We take a look at some of the numbers in the news this morning.
Time “travel”, treading carefully, turbulence, impending thaws, and training.
A moment to commemorate the attack on Pearl Harbor, transforming fields, News Cut history, and a bit or two about the weather. With a side of jazzy rouser.
A collection of coverage that explores the relationship between art and the economy.
For those who miss the afternoon edition delivered by a slow-throw from a kid on a bike, we have a special Three at 3.
An open discussion on news graphics. How do we share the news? How do we communicate data? How does presentation make or break the story?
A Ronstadt rouser. Does audio have an inferiority complex? In search of… Whisky. National Park Traveler on Voyageurs. The wave. Do you know what is in your water?
Ramsey & Hennepin County residents may discover emerald ash borer traps in their neighborhood trees.
Personal bankruptcy is up. Did you get a fresh start? What should – or shouldn’t – be part of the bankruptcy experience?
Vandals cut down Two Harbors’ ‘honking tree’ outside of Two Harbors, Minn. The white pine carried a certain significance to residents and travelers alike, but what does a tree mean to a community? Would you mourn the loss of a tree?
Do shoes on a wire say anything about your community?
Do people face their fears using online videos or tools? Do you?
While the Minnesota-based Cloud Cult tours in a biodiesel van, NPR’s Morning Edition reports the band Blind Pilot toured by bicycle. Is this due to the economy and a passion for environmental awareness?
What does it take to imagine the sheer volume and height of the Red River floodwaters? I keep turning back to a picture from Samantha H. because the contrast between flood fighting and normal living stands out so sharply.
The Red River Flooding of 2009 isn’t the first crisis that had people using social media from the front lines. All this messaging and updating across multiple sites makes me wonder what your online tool of choice is during a disaster. What works for you online…and how?