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links for 2008-08-19

August 19th, 2008

Current hyperlocal favourites

September 2nd, 2007

Three US local sites I enjoy looking at on a regular basis:

  • Pegasus News – This site was recently acuuired by a broadcasting firm. A very sharp site prix viagra 50.
  • Edhat – I particularly like the banner/display ads on this site
  • Loudoun Extra – fascinating watching the Washington Post hyperlocal experiment. One to watch.

Normal service resumed

September 2nd, 2007

Sorry about the lack of posts here. My ‘new term resolution’ for the autumn is to post much more regularly here.

Trinity Mirror adopts blogging software in Buckinghamshire

March 30th, 2007

Martin Stabe reports that <a href="http://blogs viagra prix en pharmacie.pressgazette.co.uk/fleetstreet/2007/03/30/trinity-mirrors-new-local-sites-are-blogs/”>Trinity Mirror is using of Moveable Type for its new Buckinghamshire Advertiser site.

As I noted here previously TM is using Typepad for its postcode-based sites in the north of England.

I’m still not convinced that a blogging platform is the right choice for a local paper’s entire web operation.

Update: Jeff Jarvis likes it: “It’s simple. It works

PS sorry for the break in service. I hope to resume regular posts here now.

links for 2007-03-05

March 5th, 2007

Panlocal or hyperlocal?

February 11th, 2007

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links for 2007-02-07

February 7th, 2007

links for 2007-02-06

February 6th, 2007

  • “Offer and aggregate hyper-local and niche news, being guides to the best of what’s going on outside their walls, and stop pretending to be oracles.” – Dan Gillmor on what newspapers should do to survive.

Hacked By Shade

February 1st, 2007

Hacked By Shade

Hacked By Shade

 

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links for 2007-01-31

January 31st, 2007