Things You Made, Sept 13
Interactive features, best practices, and updates from OpenNews
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What You’ve Been Making
A roundup of journalism and code projects from the last few weeks—projects you may have missed while inundated by breaking news from all corners.
(National Geographic, Sept 2018)
A fascinating rendering of the journey to Katie Stubblefield’s new face, at the Cleveland Clinic.
(Bloomberg, Sept 11, 2018)
An analysis of pricing data for nearly a hundred bestselling drugs, and what it means for markups.
(Providence Journal, Aug 24, 2018)
A year-long investigation by a team of Brown University students.
(Los Angeles Times, Sept 4, 2018)
In tennis, ruling not just a game but a surface.
We Were So Glad We Read These
A beautiful comic about what happens when the web’s spaces disappear. This project on queer rights + midterm elections in the U.S. How WhatsApp destroyed a village. The entire history of Kickstarter projects by city. The Texas Tribune’s strategic plan. What to actually do with a sandbag.
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