Data-driven journalism: Factory Farm Map

Though newspapers are, blessedly, finding a way to hang on through hard, hard times, the real cutting-edge in journalism is arguably found at the intersection of data and the web, with relatively little writing involved. 

Here's a prime example, via the hard-working activists at food&waterwatch

The future: It's much more statistical than the past. (Here's a snapshot of the interactive map, which must be seen to be appreciated.) 

Factory Farm Map_1291617759687

Makes me wonder: Why no factory farms in Ventura County? Just a fluke? Or were questions raised? 

One thought on “Data-driven journalism: Factory Farm Map

  1. You can find people in USA easily online with the help of internet. Just enter the name (or email id , ssn#, phone number etc) and get their current addresses almost always.

    Sometimes the data may not be updated and so may not be the currnet address.

    Some sites provide this for free with some catch like gettting their email id mostly it will be spam free.

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