Monthly Archives: January 2013

Justice League of data journalists pitches online courses via Kickstarter

It’s enough to make a newsroom data nerd squeal. A who’s-who of application developer journalists have launched a Kickstarter campaign to create educational materials on building web apps, data visualizations, maps and more. Their plan is to create eight courses, … Continue reading

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How To End Repetitive Newsroom Typing [Tutorial]

Typing can really get in the way of creating content. There’s the typing of repeat responses to readers,story lineup templates, repeated staff reminders and so on. All of that garbage typing gets in the way of doing the kind of … Continue reading

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Interpreting City Rankings, Heat Maps

When you see those press releases about top cities for [insert attention-getting attribute here]…

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6 Awesome South Florida Media, Tech Events Coming Soon

South Florida is totally kickin’ it during the next few months with great multimedia and tech events. There’s Code With Me for those wanting to get started in multimedia. WordCamp Miami is great and inexpensive for developers and content creators. SunshinePHP … Continue reading

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