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"As Matt said above, without any organizing principal and an understanding that stories are structured data, each report sits by itself with no context except what can be crammed into boilerplates.
"When the database is the story, we don't have to start over every time. Readers can dive in, catch up and go as they want."
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"We pay excessive attention to G8 summits because we think the G8 is the eightfold Man in Charge. That this is a leap of faith is particularly obvious this year. The G8’s solution to the problems of the poor is apparently to bore them out of poverty through sheer wordiness. They reaffirm previous reaffirmations, amplify previous amplifications, and clarify previous clarifications."
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"Yahoo! Placemaker is a freely available geoparsing Web service. It helps developers make their applications location-aware by identifying places in unstructured and atomic content – feeds, web pages, news, status updates – and returning geographic metadata for geographic indexing and markup."
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"We are happy to announce that Project Hosting on Google Code now supports the Mercurial version control system in addition to Subversion. This is being initially rolled out as a preview release to a few invited users on a per-project basis, so that we can iron out the kinks before making this available to the general public."
This link recently saved by joegermuska on April 23, 2009
"Urban Mapping, Inc (UMI) is a leading provider of geospatial data and services. UMI's URBANWARE™ data products are offered via web services and regular updates, allowing access to our database and computation logic for neighborhoods, other informally-defined geographic regions and transit systems. Through UMI's various APIs, developers are able to take advantage of our industry-leading local search products.
"Through this developer portal, code snippets, technical documentation and an interactive demo are available to help developers use UMI's products. You may register for the Free Neighborhood API and/or the Free Mass Transit Proximity API and read more about what we offer."
This link recently saved by joegermuska on April 04, 2009
"To make life easier on everyone, we've developed django-mediasync to manage the deployment of our media content. Develop locally, then when the code is ready for production run mediasync to push static media to S3."