Updated on: Sept 26, 2019 Hyperlocal News Aggregation Infrastructure
Community Network Map USA https://muninetworks.org/communitymap
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Indymedia [via Archive.org] https://web.archive.org/web/*/indymedia.org
NewsML-G2 – IPTC https://iptc.org › standards › newsml-g2
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Ed-itorial re: Support Fearless Journalism https://www.propublica.org/propublicans | One challenge with news folks is that they still think in terms totally defined by physical currency. They don’t “badge” or “credit” folks who share their links — even though search engines use this as the basis of their algorithms. They don’t value donated cyber infrastructure [note the fate of indymedia above]. When Gutenberg began, I bet he was willing to be paid in ink, paper, etc. — why not bits today? [Please see World Community Grid and Nerdalise] email@example.com https://www.propublica.org/people/jill-shepherd
Published on: Aug 30, 2012 @ 11:15
The DIGITAL DIVIDE isn’t about have and have nots anymore; it’s about HAVE IN TIME TO BE ACTIONABLE. Monopolies, oligarchies, and boutique data aggregators own the actual currency upon which societies are based:
The citywide rollout of a gigabit Ethernet connection and a brand new, job-proliferating Volkswagen plant have sparked an unusually high level of online competition in the nation’s 86th DMA. Wehco Media’s Times-Free Press leads in traffic while a bevy of rivals, including a strong Internet pureplay, are vying for attention.
When the Institute for Supply Management releases its index of manufacturing activity next week, the headlines from the report will flash to traders at what their eyes tell them is 10:00 am. But unless they are subscribers to a new low-latency feed provided by Thomson Reuters, they’ll actually be getting it late—and depending on how they’re positioned, it could be too late.