Just over a week after the Toronto budget mini-hackathon, The Toronto Star launched their Lobby Watch mini-site, featuring some great “interactives.” The timing is uncanny: we were working with the same data at the hackathon, and had similar outputs in mind. The work was done by Marc Ellison (@marceellison, marcellison.com), and has received a great response on Twitter. A few observations: Continue reading
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