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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Dave Earley tagged mapping

"Everymap.com.au is part of Streetcorner.com.au, which also comprises a series of hyper-local citizen journalism sites dedicated to different Sydney precincts.
The business model for both sites - and a third which is expected to launch next year - will be local business advertising, Ms Clark said."

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“The proposal was to create a newsroom: a group of developers-slash-journalists, or journalists-slash-developers, who would work on long-term, medium-term, short-term journalism—everything from elections to NFL penalties to kind of the stuff you see in the Word Train.” This team would “cut across all the desks,” providing a corrective to the maddening old system, in which each innovation required months for permissions and design. The new system elevated coders into full-fledged members of the Times—deputized to collaborate with reporters and editors, not merely to serve their needs."
"...and suddenly you recognize what you’ve been soaking in: not a cheap imitation of a print newspaper but a vastly superior version of one. It may be the only happy story in journalism."

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In a case of - we realise someone does it better than us, but we can serve our readers well by acknowledging that, Chicago Tribune "silently released a new “(beta test)” feature, an EveryBlock-enabled police blotter"

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Crime mapping is just the start. How do we leverage the freely available (but difficult to utilise) information from government sources?

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Last Update: 2005/11/19 - Added GChart - What time is it application. Update: For voting your favorite (thanks to J. Shirley’s recommendation), I have

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