1. Coup monté : un vol de banque en hélico filmé par des caméras de sécurité

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    Les voleurs ont un hélicoptère, des explosifs et de l’information confidentielle, tout ce qu’il faut pour faire main basse sur 150 millions de dollars américains entreposés dans un dépôt de Stockholm. La police les surveille, ou du moins le croit-elle… Coup monté raconte les dessous d’un des cambriolages les plus spectaculaires de tous les temps, et la course des policiers pour capturer les malfrats. Une histoire palpitante où le roman policier suédois rencontre la réalité. Lisez et regarder l'histoire complète ici: https://inoui.cc/histoire/coup-monte/

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    • SHERP Inside Out: Evan Ratliff of The Atavist on the Future of Longform Storytelling

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      The Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program of the NYU Arthur L Carter Journalism Institute presents Inside Out, a conversation with Evan Ratliff, editor of the acclaimed web start-up The Atavist and an award-winning journalist for The New Yorker, Outside, National Geographic, and Wired. Introduction: Dan Fagin Moderator: Lee Hotz November 21, 2013

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      • Vanish by Evan Ratliff (Trailer)

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        GET THE STORY: http://atav.st/1choVYP BUILD YOUR OWN: http://creatavist.com What does it take to disappear in the digital age? In 2009, writer Evan Ratliff vanished, and Wired magazine offered its readers $5,000 if they could track him down. Thousands joined in on the month-long manhunt, both in real life and online. Vanish, built with the storytelling tool Creatavist, reimagines the original award-winning magazine story, with never-before-seen footage Ratliff recorded while on the lam. Trailer produced by Chris Osborn.

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        • The Hermit Thrushes Play Fayetteville

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          “I left LA with a band called the Hermit Thrushes, trading gas money for a spot onboard a converted retirement-home shuttle van that served as their tour bus. An indie rock group composed of college grads from Philadelphia, they’d responded to an ad I posted on craigslist, under the name Don, needing a ride to Austin or New Orleans. We rattled along from show to show: LA to Tempe to Las Cruces, up to Lubbock and Tulsa, east to Fayetteville, then north toward Chicago. The band played whiskey bars, coffee shops, and rowdy house parties. We crashed on living room floors or crammed into the seats of the bus, and, once, on the grass at a rest stop in Texas.” GET THE STORY: https://evan.creatavist.com/story/5608 BUILD YOUR OWN: http://creatavist.com *** What does it take to disappear in the digital age? In 2009, writer Evan Ratliff vanished, and Wired magazine offered its readers $5,000 if they could track him down. Thousands joined in on the month-long manhunt, both in real life and online. Vanish, built with the storytelling tool Creatavist, reimagines the original award-winning magazine story, with never-before-seen footage Ratliff recorded while on the lam.

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          • Life On The Lam

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            “More than all that, I’d discovered how quickly the vision of total reinvention can dissolve into its lonely, mundane reality. Whatever reason you might have for discarding your old self and the people who went with it, you’ll need more than a made-up backstory and a belt full of cash to replace them.” -Evan Ratliff, Vanish GET THE STORY: https://evan.creatavist.com/story/5608 BUILD YOUR OWN: http://creatavist.com ** What does it take to disappear in the digital age? In 2009, writer Evan Ratliff vanished, and Wired magazine offered its readers $5,000 if they could track him down. Thousands joined in on the month-long manhunt, both in real life and online. Vanish, built with the storytelling tool Creatavist, reimagines the original award-winning magazine story, with never-before-seen footage Ratliff recorded while on the lam.

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            • “Rejoice! There is a place for long-form journalism online - and it pays.”

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              Panel discussion with Evan Ratliff of Atavist, Mark Bryant of Byliner and their writers David Dobbs and Susan Orlean.

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              • Lifted In 3 Minutes

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                A behind-the-scenes look into how to produce a multimedia story with Atavist Create. Learn more at http://www.atavist.com

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                • Vanishing in the Digital Age - Evan Ratliff - PICNIC '10

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                  In 2009, Wired magazine writer Evan Ratliff decided to disappear. For one month, he left behind his identity, home, and friends, setting out to develop an entirely new life somewhere in America. Wired challenged anyone to find him – for a $5000 prize – prompting thousands of people to dig into his life and track his location. What happened next may change the way you think about privacy, social media, interactive journalism and identity in the digital age. www.picnicnetwork.org

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                  • Evan Ratliff Interview

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