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As Barack Obama begins his ‘relatively modest’ 50th birthday celebrations in Chicago, Garry Blight, an interactive designer working at The Guardian , and Richard Adams, the Guardian’s Washington journalist, have decided to go all out so he doesn’t have to. Creating this … Continue reading
The accidents that have occurred at the Fukushima I power plant in the aftermath of the earthquakes in Japan have gripped the attention of the world and the media. The memories of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster are still a haunting … Continue reading
There is no denying that citizen and data journalism go hand in hand. Sifting through a data release requires a large amount of time and energy to find something interesting in the quagmire of meangless facts. Therefore, every day interested … Continue reading
City University’s XCity magazine has given its innaugural award for City alumni to the Guardian’s Simon Rogers. The magazine praised Rogers’ “pioneering” work on the Guardian’s Datastore and Datablog, especially his role in using crowd-sourcing to analyse the MPs’ expenses … Continue reading