It's unlikely the names Horst and Daniel Zielske ring a similar bell.
But according to an eye-opening slideshow by David Segal that's this morning's centerpiece on Slate.com, the Zeiskes have also been accused of purloining the work of another. I
n this case, the theft includes not words but images, and the victim is not a writer but a visual artist.
"Can Photographers Be Plagiarists?" is also an excellent example of the way that text and images married in a slideshow can be a powerful story, produced outside the traditional box of story and photos displayed in discrete fashion, detached from each other.