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Jonathan Gray (@jwyg) went to OKF Co-Founder Rufus Pollock about five years ago with a one page document which many moons later turned into WhereDoesMyMoneyGo.org. Since then he’s been working hard to make it easier to find and reuse all kinds of … Continue reading
One of the latest new additions to the online journalism community has been Churnalism.com which was launched on February 27th this year. It’s the brain child of the team at the Media Standards Trust, who were set up back in … Continue reading
I spoke to Oscar Blend in an informal interview about the evolving nature and importance of data journalism in his newsroom at the Evening Standard. He describes the divides, the prevalence and the positives/negatives of online data usage at a … Continue reading
Silver Oliver works in the BBC’s Future Media & Technology department. He focuses on web semantics and linked data. This all sounds a little complicated, so we asked him to explain what the BBC is doing to keep up to … Continue reading
I wanted to understand just how much data driven journalism is used by journalists already in the field. When reporting a story, usually you get an original source or a press release and from that, you have to take an … Continue reading
I spoke to Belinda Parmar, founder of LadyGeek.com that deals with making technology, information and data more accessible to women. In my interview with Belinda, we discussed the accessibility of data in this day and age. I asked her whether … Continue reading