Posted on September 26th, 2014

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    This Week in Multimedia Journalism

    Bookworm Feminism Chart

      More and more data visualization projects are surfacing that allow users to cull large datasets. Bookworm is a search tool that allows users to input words and restrictions to find dialogue trends in movies and TV shows. The search is based on entries from Open Subtitles and encompasses more than  600 million words from 87,000 […]


    Posted on September 24th, 2014

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    See the People’s Climate March

    The People's Climate March Start

    On Sunday, September 21, People’s Climate March had 2,808 events in 166 countries, with one large event in New York City. With an estimated 311,000 peoplemarching along a 2.2-mile route for a common concern, the People’s Climate March clogged New York City streets for hours with people who want to make a change. Everyday people, scientists, […]


    Posted on September 18th, 2014

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    Capturing the Wildfire

    By Noah Berger/Reuters |Image courtesy of Aljazeera America

      It’s scary to think that something as small as a spark can grow into an inferno. California is having one of the worst fire seasons on record with 11 major wildfires currently raging, the King Fire being the biggest. The King is currently threatening miles of forests, thousands of homes, hundreds of residents, thousands […]


    Posted on September 15th, 2014

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    Reporting on Choice Data

    The College Matchup tool is from Parchment.com

    Are you a high school student who is weighing your options for college? Are you a college student who wants to see how your choice stacks up against your rival university? The College Matchup, is an interesting piece of work that lets users see how many students chose one university over another. According to the […]


    Posted on September 4th, 2014

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    Digitally Discovering the Louvre

    The Tanis Sphinx

      In an effort to make better use of digital storytelling, some museums are developing new tools that extend the museum experience beyond the walls of the physical museum space. The Louvre offers a rich digital experience for website users through its Online Tours page. There, the audience is instantly immersed in thousands of years worth of art, history […]


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