|11||Your Warming World with Chris Amico Jan. 26, 2013||01/26||
Chris Amico of Homicide Watch takes you through the development of the Your Warming World Project for NewScientist
|10||Firehouse response times with Ben Welsh Nov. 16, 2012||11/16||
Ben Welsh of the Los Angeles Times takes you through the data gathering, analysis and production process to create the “How fast is LAFD where you live?” map.
|9||Campaign Finance Explorer with Sisi Wei and Jason Bartz Oct. 17, 2012||10/17||
Sisi Wei and Jason Bartz of the Washington Post discuss the Campaign Finance Explorer.
|8||PANDA with Christopher Groskopf Aug. 12, 2012||08/12||
Christopher Groskopf describes the building of the PANDA news data appliance. http://pandaproject.net
|7||Custom Newsletters with Ryan Pitts Aug. 1, 2012||08/01||
The Spokesman-Review lets readers create custom email newsletters and feeds. It may not sound sexy, but the implications for reader-controlled news are huge.
|6||Learn Code for Journalism June 26, 2012||06/26||
Robert Hernandez of USC talks about his mashup of Codecademy’s Code Year with Google+ Hangouts.
|5||Hipster Education with Cindy Royal and Jeremy Gilbert June 4, 2012||06/04||
Cindy Royal (Texas State) and Jeremy Gilbert (Northwestern University) discuss their approaches to teaching programming to journalists through experiential learning.
|4||Wordpress-MTV with Heather Billings May 27, 2012||05/27||
Heather Billings, news app developer at the Chicago Tribune, talks about replumbing WordPress to work more like Django and the importance of self learning.
|3||Tuscaloosa Tornados with Andy Boyle May 13, 2012||05/13||
Andy Boyle, newsroom web developer at the Boston Globe, describes how he cobbled together code to build a people-locator app in the aftermath of the 2011 Tuscaloosa tornados. The TuscaloosaNews would later win a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage.
|2||Drones and Sensors with Matt Waite May 6, 2012||05/06||
Matt Waite, professor of practice at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, talks about crashing drones and almost flooding a computer lab.
|1||TechRaking with David Cohn April 29, 2012||04/29||
A few weeks ago David Cohn helped organize an event at Google called TechRaking. That day, so many conversations involved the notion that journalists are different than technologists because journalists don’t have a culture of failing publicly to improve. So, that’s what we’re going to try to do on this podcast — talk about how digital journalism fails. Of course we’ll talk about the successes as well, but there is no great project that doesn’t have a boatload of fail in its wake.