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Hyperlocal venture Everyblock, owned by msnbc.com, relaunched yesterday with a sleek new design and several fresh features geared towards cultivating neighborhood communities. The site’s previous incarnation served as a kind of block-by-block news feed, aggregating crime statistics, restaurant reviews and local events. With yesterday’s relaunch, new social elements have been integrated into the site that encourage users to share and interact with their neighbors both online and off. So what are these changes, and what insight do they give us into the future of hyperlocal news? Let’s take a look.
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"Matt Waite is the News Technologist for the St. Petersburg Times/Tampabay.com. He is the principal developer of PolitiFact, a data-driven site that fact checks things powerful people in Washington D.C. are saying. He is also the developer of Neighborhood Watch, a fully automated local real estate site that uses databases of home sales information to provide neighborhood level home price stories, graphics and trends."
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Derek Willis’ weblog on investigative and computer-assisted reporting. "In November 2004 I became the Research Database Editor at the Washington Post; in February 2007 I became Database Editor at washingtonpost.com, and in November 2007 I joined a Web development group at The New York Times."
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Each quarter the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. requires every bank in the nation to submit detailed reports about its financial condition. This data is public and contains hundreds of data points for each bank. The Investigative Reporting Workshop downloads the data files from the FDIC Web site. Using experienced computer-assisted journalists, we extract several key variables of bank performance
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This book -- which includes a special "Practical Python for Django" chapter for those who need a language introduction or review -- is designed to help you learn and use Django in real-world settings as easily, quickly, and smartly as possible.