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Posts Tagged ‘Journalism’

How we set up a hyperlocal blog in a cafe and made it all about fun

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Recently I got involved in a new blog for the centre of Birmingham called Grounds that has a couple of cool things about it. Firstly, it’s based in a cafe – Urban Coffee Company in Birmingham. Secondly, anyone can join in. That’s probably the best bit about it – because anyone can send a post […]

City Murmur tracks how journalists report a neighbourhood.

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This good looking tool extracts street and place names from news reports and shows us how  a city is being reported. Echoes of a range of many mood mapping things, some of which are covered here by Charlie Pinder, and also seems to be have a more local feel than other news mapping tools.  Jon […]