A beloved hyperlocal site makes its comeback.
Tag: Adrian Holovaty
On the restless currents of hyperlocal journalism, EveryBlock returns as Patch goes
Monetization and hyperlocal journalism just don’t seem to go together.
NBC pulls plug on hyperlocal website EveryBlock
Adrian Holovaty’s website closes down.
Why a booze-inspired bus stop is refreshing, how burlesque is changing a life, Afrocentric art, and more
Everyblock.com acquired by MSNBC.com
MSNBC.com has won the bidding war for EveryBlock, which should put them in a heated competition with the former site’s consistently awesome science coverage for the best thing about the long-running portal.
Chicago Griddle Guide asks for a Kickstart
Via @adrianholovaty, discovered this neat idea for a book: Chicago Griddle Guide, an elaborate guidebook to the city’s greasy spoons and diners. I’m actually just as interested in Kickstarter, which looks like a good way to fund small projects, such as Andy Baio‘s 8-bit tribute to Miles Davis. If you contribute to the Chicago Griddle […]
It probably should have seemed too obvious to be true
The city’s most famous startup stays independent.
Adrian Holovaty to Google?
Will Google buy EveryBlock?
“A newspaper for your block”
Adrian Holovaty sits down with Fimoculous.
Adrian Holovaty discusses “Mapping Today” on Wednesday at the Cultural Center.
MoMA: Like archive.org except more selective
chicagocrime.org goes to MoMA; Northwestern reviews the history of computer art.
EveryBlock goes live
Adrian Holovaty’s EveryBlock goes live.