Atlantic Reaps Traffic Bounty from Photog's Stunt

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Mixed Media’s Jeff Bercovici wrote:

“Photographer Jill Greenberg certainly didn’t do right by The Atlantic when she posted grotesquely Photoshopped images of John McCain to her website and then bragged about it to the press — but she didn’t do all wrong, either.

“The kerfuffle over Greenberg’s unauthorized stunt drew near-record traffic to the magazine’s website on Monday. recorded 1.2 million pageviews, according to publisher Jay Lauf, with writer Jeffrey Goldberg’s post castigating Greenberg receiving about 70,000 of those. ” » more

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