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  1. How NPR Transcribes and Fact-Checks the Debates, Live

    By Tyler Fisher

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    For the presidential debate season, NPR is providing live transcripts of the debate with embedded fact checks and annotations throughout each debate night. Coordinating the workflow between live transcriptions, live fact-checking, and a live-updating page inside of our CMS was no small undertaking, resulting in what may have been our team’s most complicated technical architecture yet.

  2. Launching the Minnesota Legislative Bill Tracker

    By Beth Hawkins, Kaeti Hinck, Tom Nehil, James Nord, Erika Owens, and Alan Palazzolo

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    This week, MinnPost launched an effort to track legislation in Minnesota throughout the 2013 session.

  3. Mother Jones’ Voter Suppression Map

    By Tasneem Raja

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    How the Mother Jones nerd desk whipped up a multi-layered map of verified incidents of voter suppression for the 2012 US elections.

  4. Jessica Lord on sheetsee.js

    By Erin Kissane

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    Jessica Lord breaks down the context and process behind sheetsee.js, a JavaScript mashup developed during her Code for America fellowship.

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