Monthly Archives: December 2011

Tuesday Newsday: Data News Sites

Data journ­al­ism, news apps, open gov­ern­ment data. In this age of Anonym­ous, Wikileaks, and pro­act­ive sources pub­lish­ing freely avail­able data, it is becom­ing crit­ical that we have journ­al­ists and developers work­ing together to make sense of it all and under­stand how it affects us. Today there are a grow­ing num­ber of news out­lets doing a […]

Just in time for Last-Minute Gift Givers: Subscriptions to Idea!

Since Idea went live almost two weeks ago, the biggest com­plaint we heard was, “Why can’t I give you money?” We’ve gone back and forth on what’s the right thing to do for the com­munity and how best to make sure what we’re doing is reas­on­ably priced but sus­tain­able too.     So today we’re answering […]

What’s in an Idea?

What all goes into an idea? Well, our Idea con­sisted of: 3 core team mem­bers Over 30 con­trib­ut­ors 21 logos 24 inter­views 20MB of pro­duc­tion files 6 digital formats Over 150 images, icons, logos, illus­tra­tions and pho­tos Upwards of 15 frame­works eval­u­ated Hun­dreds of emails, Twit­ter DMs, text mes­sages and phone call Less than 20 in-person meet­ings Some […]