A neon sign, red lettering "OPEN" surrounded by a light blue circle.

Nerd Alert 126: Do Self-Driving Cars Dream of Analog Pedestrians?

HOT LINKS
RC: Why printers add secret tracking dots. Julia: Stardust is a GPU-based data visualization library. These examples look pretty powerful. Gabe: Jane Solomon used Python to analyze gun emoji pairings for all you linguist nerds. 🔫

Kay: Populace uses data from social media and other sources to display crowd densities - making it easier to find breaking stories.

Nerd Alert 114: Enter At Your Own Risk

For the next two weeks, our Office Hours will feature Largo-specific ideas sessions. This is a great chance to shape our ideas and get that one feature you've always wanted in the next version! We'd love to hear your feedback, so make sure to join us on Friday, March 24 and Friday, March 31 from 2-3pm EST.

Nerd Alert 113: Oh, Danny Boy…

Featured in this week's Nerd Alert: Largo office hours, journalism jobs, the freshest news tech, and one particular green grouch...

Reveal Oroville Dam

Nerd Alert 110: When Bots Write News

This week's newsletter features bots writing news, an AI-driven solution to combating internet trolls, good jobs, great jams 🎶 and much more.

dog and cat hug

Nerd Alert 109: Eclipse Season

This week's links feature a farewell from Adam, tips on telling stories with Google Maps, a talk on the Ethics of Open source, all the hottest jobs in journalism, and, of course, Zoodles (because why not?) Plus much, much more.

Nerd Alert 108: Feeling Burned Out?

This week's links have tips on FOIA, burnout, WordPress development, and much, much more...and have you ever tried a Lord Nibbler?