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How what you eat demands more water than you think it does - Los Angeles Times. By Kyle Kim, Jon Schleuss and Priya Krishnakumar April 7, 2015 California's crippling drought has prompted conservation efforts, such as replacing grass lawns and minding how long you leave the tap water running.
But what about the food on your plate? Agriculture uses 80% of California's water supply, and producing what you eat can require a surprising amount of water. The number next to the plate below represents the direct and indirect amount of water required to produce your food plate, based on U.S. data from the Water Footprint Network. Mark every death. Remember every victim. Follow every case. Los Angeles Murders and Homicides - The Homicide Report - Los Angeles Times. Mark every death. Remember every victim. Follow every case. The Best Online Storytelling and Journalism of 2014. 5) A Big Year for Crowdsourcing and Eyewitness Media The term crowdsourcing is nearly 10 years old, but in 2014 crowdsourcing in journalism took a few big steps forward.
Introducing Pulp and Pulp Press. How we made our first comics-journalism feature—and the tools for you to make one, too Last week, Al Jazeera America published its first piece of comics journalism—a co-production between reporter Michael Keller and cartoonist Josh Neufeld.
“Terms of Service: Understanding our role in the world of Big Data” is an illustrated look at privacy and technology in an age where people are putting more and more of their personal information online, or using new devices like sensors to record their exercise and sleeping habits. One of our big questions was how this comic would look online and on phones.
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Here are a few tools that might help. Inaugural Words: 1789 to the Present - Interactive Graphic. A Collection of Olympic Torches - Interactive Graphic. Going to the End of the Line - Interactive Feature. The Water Dance. One in 8 Million - New York Characters in Sound and Images. Press 'R' And This Incredibly Brilliant Honda Ad Switches To A Parallel Storyline. The Best Online Storytelling and Journalism of 2013. In 2012 I posted a round-up of the best online journalism of the year, which grew as others added their favorites.
My list focused on journalism that could only be done online, the kind of storytelling that take advantage of the unique opportunities the Internet provides. This tended to be deeply visual reporting that wove together text, audio, images and videos. Look At This : NPR. I’m Wes Lindamood, an interaction designer on the NPR Visuals team.
I’ll be joining you here on Look At This from time to time to explore design, technology and (I hope) some interesting stories about how we see the world. Today’s rabbit hole: Faces in things. Making Timelines. NICAR 2015, Lena Groeger What does history look like?
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The analysis of more than 90 countries is undertaken with human rights activists in the respective countries and this year, Kenneth Roth, HRW director, said human rights violations were fuelling the rise of groups like Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, Boko Haram and others. “Human rights violations played a major role in spawning or aggravating many of today’s crises,” Mr Roth said as the report was published on Friday. “Protecting human rights and ensuring democratic accountability are key to resolving them.” The organisation welcomes the recent report into torture in the US but highlights that Barack Obama has "refused to investigate, let alone prosecute, those who ordered the torture detailed in the Senate report".
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Down the lines As energy consumption increases, the construction of power lines has fallen behind, leaving the energy grid in jeopardy. Debating coal’s future The residents of Meigs County, Ohio are faced with the potential of a new coal plant, which could harm the community’s health but also create jobs. The high energy diet The food we eat is processed using a large amount of fossil fuels and often travels a long way before arriving on our plates.
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For you’re inspiration, we gathered some really nice examples of websites that use only one page to show all their content. From minimalist layouts to colorful ones, from plain and simple menu navigations to parallax scrolling, you will find plenty here to inspire you. Take some time and check them all out, and let us know which one is your favorite. Rodesk House. A digital watering hole for multimedia enthusiasts. Green Honey. Language represents our view of the world, and knowing its limits helps us understand how our perception works. Interactive - National Film Board of Canada. Beautiful websites 2014. The Poverty Line. Alma – A tale of violence. Dialysis Facility Tracker. By Robin Fields, Al Shaw, and Jennifer LaFleur, ProPublica, Updated October 4, 2013. 2010 Census: Children less than five years old in Chicagoland.
By Chris Groskopf and Brian Boyer Aug. 7, 2011. Parallax.js. Advertising, Design & Creative Inspiration - Digital Synopsis. Guillaume JUVENET - Portfolio. Robby Leonardi. Home of the World's Most Influential Journalists. Look At This : NPR. GoodUI. Ed and Periodic Videos. Bloomberg Billionaires. Chinese Proverbs for the Mind. 9 Web Design Trends Set To Boom in 2014. Ian James Cox - Freelance Web Designer Manchester. Every Last Drop – An Interactive Website about Water Saving. Deconstructing Images. Award-Winning Newspaper Designs. State Worker Salary Database: Database.
Updated January 22, 2015: Now includes 2014 CSU pay, 2014 civil service pay, 2013 University of California pay, and 2012 state legislative pay. Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. Home Appliance Energy Use. In the United States, over 20% of our total energy consumption is residential.
In fact, in the United States, we are the 7th largest per capita consumer of residential energy. NSA files decoded: Edward Snowden's surveillance revelations explained. U.S. Gun Deaths in 2013. Digital Attack Map. In Climbing Income Ladder, Location Matters. International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Far Beyond Snow Fall — The Message. Smashing Magazine — For Professional Web Designers and Developers.
Magazine websites. 17 example of long-form online story/interactives with parallax effects and HTML5 video (Snow Fall-like) - daigo.orgdaigo.org. Nikola Tesla - Master of Lightning. Slavery Footprint - Made In A Free World. CSSDA - Web Design Awards & Inspiration For Solo Designers, Studios & Agencies. Arcade Fire / Just a Reflektor. In the wild · Prinzhorn/skrollr Wiki. Firestorm: The story of the bushfire at Dunalley. Interactive documentary and the future of journalism. Hollow - An Interactive Documentary. Return to Elwha. Serious Games Directory – Bayreporta.
Journalism and video games come together as a new form of storytelling in Brazil. SPENT. Budget Puzzle: You Fix the Budget - Interactive Feature. StoryMap JS - Telling stories with maps. Timeline JS - Beautifully crafted timelines that are easy, and intuitive to use. Glimpse Inside the 2015 Digital Reporting Toolkit.