Available on all Oklahoman/NewsOK platforms: Creativity in Oklahoma 2015
You probably noticed your newspaper today is heavier than last Sunday’s newspaper.
So heat up an extra cup of coffee. It’s going to take a bit longer to dig in to all the content that’s available in Outlook 2015. There are five sections in this annual special edition, but all of it is centered on Creativity in Oklahoma.
Yvette Walker, The Oklahoman night news and presentation director, served as the editor of the Outlook edition again this year. She orchestrated 122 extra pages of local articles and advertisements.
Here’s how Yvette describes it in her column on Page 2 of the first section:
“Each story, photo and graphic imparts creativity and innovation in some way — from community members who told us what inspires them, to the winners of our annual photo contest.”
It’s a snapshot in time. Today’s edition captures the spirit of our state in 2015. It will age well, so if you have to get moving this morning set it aside. All the stories will still be fine to read this evening, or even next weekend.
It’s a keeper. But you don’t have to keep it on the coffee table. You can store it on your digital bookshelf.
We built a special edition that you can download as a PDF and flip through at your leisure. Those pages are available for download from The Oklahoman’s mobile/tablet apps (check your app store) or from the mobile-friendly Oklahoman.com. So again, if you need to set the cup of coffee aside and go run a marathon or something, take your tablet with you. With The Oklahoman’s mobile edition, the section is just a tap away.
The Outlook website is also available on NewsOK.com/Outlook. That’s where you can see all the videos that are mentioned in the edition.
All the stories are available there, as well.
It doesn’t matter to us how you get there. We just know it’s worth the extra time this week to take a look at creativity in our communities in 2015.