Tags: Journalism, new york times, Reference, time, visualization
Tags: Cartography, flickr, ghost maps, Journalism, Photography
Tags: brain, development, Journalism, neuroscience, poverty, Psychology, Science
“How poverty passes from generation to generation is now becoming clearer. The answer lies in the effect of stress on two particular parts of the brain.“
Tags: History, Journalism, replicas, Weapons
Tags: contests, documentary, Film, Journalism, texas, trucks, Vehicles, video
Somewhere, in the heart of Texas, 23 people came together and placed their hands on a hardbody pickup truck. Dozens of hours later, the last person to take their hands off the truck got to take it home. This documentary is their story.
Tags: Baghdad, Film, Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, iraq, Journalism, Photography, photojournalism, short film, video
Tags: aggregation, blogs, crowdthink, Journalism, news
A different approach to news aggregation? Possibly. The stream of results certainly seem distinctive and interesting.
Tags: archive, History, Journalism, newspapers, Propaganda, the times, UK news, Webware
Tags: anchors, Journalism, mashup, news, remix, silence
Tags: Chemistry, citizen journalism, documentary, great pacific garbage patch, Health, Journalism, marine science, north pacific gyre, oceanography, plastic, Science, Television, videos, Webware
Tags: agriculture, corporations, death by commerce, Economics, farming, genetic engineering, intellectual property, Journalism, monsanto, multinationals, Propaganda, Science
The war on traditional agriculture by megacorporation Monsanto is described in a French documentary “that Americans won’t ever see.”
PBS raises the bar on the internet-distribution of journalism, with its outstanding and masterfully produced analysis of the Bush administration’s war on terror, primarily with respect to Iraq and the rivalries of political insiders. Already incredibly comprehensive, the site also includes over 400 extended interviews for anyone who wants more information.
If you listen to one new album a week, the Guardian recommends you set aside just over 19 years before kicking the bucket.
When this interactive visualization is complete, you’ll be able to see a Sacrifice Zone for every day of the year!
If you’e like me, you think James Burke is awesome. If you’re not like me, maybe you should become more like me by watching some James Burke.