Fewer nosy neighbors and data overlords: This German publisher is trying to build a hyperlocal social network (Nieman Lab)

Nieman Lab: Fewer nosy neighbors and data overlords: This German publisher is trying to build a hyperlocal social network. “Dog poop and parking spot shortages: just local news things. These story topics might seem trivial individually but are the core of what matters to local communities — and local news consumers. It’s journalists listening for their questions and getting them answers.”

Gizmodo: How to Use Social Networks to Find Out What’s Going On in Your Neighborhood

Gizmodo: How to Use Social Networks to Find Out What’s Going On in Your Neighborhood. “The web connects us to people on the other side of the globe in an instant, but sometimes you just want to know what’s happening down the street. Here’s how to use your social networks and more to get the local lowdown and stay in the loop with what’s going on nearby, whether that’s snowstorms or street parties.”

Digital NC: Meeting minutes and newsletters from Raleigh’s Oakwood neighborhood now online

Digital NC: Meeting minutes and newsletters from Raleigh’s Oakwood neighborhood now online. “Newsletters and meeting minutes from our new partner, The Society for the Preservation of Historic Oakwood, are now available on DigitalNC. The Oakwood neighborhood is located in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, and is known for its historic Victorian era housing. The neighborhood was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The digitized meeting minutes cover 1972-2001, and document various board and committee meetings of the Society for the Preservation of Historic Oakwood.” I wasn’t going to include this except that Oakwood is on the Register of Historic Places.