A casual guide to getting started in infographics from a seasoned veteran of major newspapers.
The editors of n+1 are looking to raise $75,000 to put their print-only archives online. Anyone game?
The headline could be a bit more specific, but yes, it appears a major American city (and many small towns in the region) were flooded over the weekend, causing death, damage, and destruction, while going largely unmentioned in the national news.
Inside the Truth-O-Meter Owner’s Manual in Texas with PolitiFact editor Bill Adair.
Susan Mernit relays a question from one community member in Oakland. According to the available data, the answer appears to be a resounding “no.”
A series of highly valuable posts by a young European student journalist bent on redesigning the way we build our news sites.
What’s the first step in building a “Pandora for news?” Normalize the data.
In a new Foursquare integration tied to the Wall Street Journal’s launch of a local news section for New York City, links to WSJ stories show up with tips about locations like the George Washington Bridge and Yankee Stadium.
Leah Betancourt on a different sort of ‘backpack journalism’ involving world travel. Backpacker Journalism, anyone?
A J-Lab report on Philadelphia’s media ecosystem recommends a collaborative journalism effort.