Monthly Archives: March 2008

100 interactive map ideas

So have you perchance been sitting at your desk pondering what your next great interactive map is going to be? Mike Pegg at the always-excellent Google Maps Mania blog has you covered. Mike put together a list some time ago … Continue reading

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Audio from Future of Web Apps Miami available

Just got an e-mail letting me know that audio from the Future of Web Apps Miami conference is available. Woot! For us online news types, these talks are a great chance to get exposed to what’s happening in web technology … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 8 Beta released

Just a quick need-to-know: Microsoft has made available the first public beta of the new Internet Explorer 8. If you’re a designer for your news site, you’ll want to become familiar with the new browser as soon as you can … Continue reading

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Trains and trends: the web in 2008

Design blog Information Architects has created a fantastically cool visualization of 2008’s biggest web trends, all pinned to a map of Tokyo’s train system. I know; it sounds strange. But it really is quite awesome. Soon as I get to … Continue reading

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List: News organizations using Twitter

Twitter, the microblogging application that’s taken the geek world by storm, seems to have grown quite popular with news organizations. Check out this great list from Carlos Granier-Phelps of media outlets throughout the world that are now using Twitter. The … Continue reading

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