Things You Made, March 8
Interactive features, best practices, and updates from OpenNews
Source via Voice
The next Source community call will be Thursday, March 14 at 9am PT/12pm ET and will be excellent. Learn about our regular calls and subscribe to the calendar. You can also listen to other recent calls in our call archive.
What You’ve Been Making
A roundup of journalism and code projects that you may have missed recently. This week we focused on projects that show one issue’s impact on a large number of children.
(Tampa Bay Times, ongoing)
Award-winning investigation into the rising mortality rate at All Children’s Heart Institute.
What it’s like to go to school when dozens have been killed nearby
(Los Angeles Times, Feb 27, 2019)
A powerful story told in maps, homicide data, and interviews.
In the Line of Fire: Children injured and killed by firearms in Oklahoma on the rise
(The Frontier, Feb 26, 2019)
An analysis of pediatric firearm deaths, and their rising numbers.
Abuse of Faith
(San Antonio Express-News, Feb 10, 2019)
Twenty years, 700 victims: an investigation by the Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News into those who worked or volunteered in Southern Baptist churches.
Even More Things
What design thinking taught KPCC about the 2020 census and opportunities for public service journalism. Bellingcat’s online investigation toolkit. Scholarships to the Eyeo festival. All about the game-over potential of permafrost. Becoming a Google Street View driver: “All the images funneled in from all of the camera lenses would be stitched together, forming digital worlds.”
P.S.—This Roundup Also Comes in Email Flavor
This roundup comes right to your inbox when you sign up for our biweekly Source projects newsletter.
Editor of Source from 2015-2020