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For publishers and brands, features like crowdmapping, mobile publishing, liveblogging and collaboration are all on offer. Crowdmapping is the process of adding user-sourced data onto a map, an...
n0tice is a platform that answers the question, "what's happening near you?" n0tice.com is for individuals and groups. n0tice.org is for partners, an open journalism toolkit for...
May 25, 2012 08:55 am GMT
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n0tice is a community noticeboard that aims to answer the ever relevant question, "What's happening near me?" The platform, launched by the Guardian Media Group, gives users the ability to share ads, news, and events taking place within a community. We caught up with Matt McAlister, n0tice creator and director of digital strategy at the Guardian Media Group, to discuss the recent developments and potential uses for the platform.
Organizations that rely on the crowd may put themselves in a potentially sticky legal position. That’s why n0tice, a user generated content management tool that’s built specifically for news organizations, recently put out a white paper called ‘The Legal Risks of UGC.’