Typing on an iphone. The presentation linked below is much more interesting, and less prone to grammar-related DISASTERS.
An effort to enable truly mobile, truly live journalism.
Consists of a liveblogging architecture, made efficient by sockets/push notifications and HTML5 technologies.
Content displayed just like guardian.co.uk, but in smaller segments. This makes content live, yet compelling/immersive, and ultimately of a higher standard than a basic liveblog.
The app distributed to authorised journalists is an iPhone app capable of up to 5 minutes recording of video/sound (or rolling), photo-taking and \'headlines\' (tweets, in short).
Code to follow.
Ideas for taking this project forward
Polish off and give it to journalists for a test-run. Would be cool to get it ready for SXSW, if anyones interested in helping.
Estimated costs for taking this project forward
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