Things You Made, April 12
Interactive features, project breakdowns, and best practices
What You’ve Been Making
A roundup of journalism and code projects from the last few weeks.
Why Cops Shoot
(Tampa Bay Times, April 4, 2017)
A review of more than 827 police shootings in Florida; features a huge amount of data, a slideshow overview, and up-close personal stories.
Detective Guevara’s Witnesses
(BuzzFeed, April 4, 2017)
An incredibly in-depth investigation into a Chicago police detective accused of framing 51 people for murder.
The Real Estate Market is Bonkers Right Now.
(NJ.com, April 10, 2017)
A practical and easy-to-use interactive for house-hunters and curious onlookers.
Most California Dentists are Immigrants.
(Sacramento Bee, April 6, 2017)
Hard numbers on how immigrants power the economy and our lives.
Walking Tour of 42nd St
(New York, April 9, 2017)
A long walk down an old road.
Tracking the Mocks
(Dallas Morning News, March 24, 2017)
How the experts predict the Mavericks draft will go—tracked.
National Beer Day: US Breweries Since 1984
(Oregonian, April 7, 2017)
A nationwide overview of how local breweries are growing.
Behind the Vox homepage refresh. A closer look at the political bubbles in Michigan. An Instagram slideshow as oral history of a homeless camp, by Wendy MacNaughton. The emergence of Japan’s cherry blossoms, charted. The Tunnel Creek avalanche, five years after Snow Fall. Whether a robot could do your job.
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