Tag Archives: hyperlocal

Dot Dotson’s: The Answer is Atmosphere

By Mitch Rymeski A Photo Legacy Emerges You’re on a stroll through Eugene, Oregon in the 1930s. Times are tough: The city just shut down the trolley system so you have to walk to work but the pace allows ample … Continue reading

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Midterm, Fall 2010

Here’s the midterm, not including the AP Style Book section, that the #J361 class is finishing up right now, on a beautiful autumn day (sorry for the timing, y’all; if it were raining, I’m sure you would like the midterm … Continue reading

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Carlos Barrera: Working for the Greater Good

Written by: Max Barkley, Jordan Bentz, Jake McNeal, and Mitch Rhymeski Carlos Barrera is a Co-Chair of the Friendly Area Neighborhood Association. Do you want to say a little bit about how you got involved with the (Friendly Area Neighborhood) FAN … Continue reading

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Weekend 4 Homework

The Homework List, Part 4 News story on the State of the Union address and your neighborhood’s reactions to it, due by Saturday night at 11:59 pm OVER EMAIL Media analysis blog, due Sunday by 11:59 pm ON THE BLOG … Continue reading

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Hyperlocal Mapping/Blogging/Reporting Coming to a Blog Near You

News teams have started to fan out across the city, learning the boundaries of various neighborhoods and recording visual and other data about those neighborhoods. They’ll post photos, sketch scans (I hope!), blog posts about hanging out in neighborhood parks … Continue reading

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