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Media split on how to frame decision on Arizona's...
This morning the United States Supreme Court issued a split decision on the legality of a hardline immigration law adopted by the state of Arizona. Four of the law’s provision were reviewed, but only three struck down, according to Kevin Russell at SCOTUSblog. English-language news outlets in the U.S. and Britain jumped on the news, but disagreed on how to frame the results. Some emphasized...
Advanced search by title, tag and date range
PastPages now offers an advanced search that allows users to quickly pull up screenshots from any date range by title or tag. Try it out. Tell me what sucks.
Knight News Challenge Round 2: The Mapping L.A.... →
Check out my Knight News Challenge pitch related to my day job at the Los Angeles Times
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PastPages now provides automatic citations
PastPages now publishes automatically generated citations for every screenshot. Visit a screenshot’s detail page and simply click on the new “citations” button to see a popup like the one pictured above. It currently provides drafted citations in MLA, APA and Chicago styles. It also provides Wikipedia citation markup that can be immediately pasted into an entry and used as a...
PastPages changes to global timestamps
The first versions of PastPages had only one user: Me. So I printed all the timestamps in Los Angeles time, since that’s where I live. Now that approximately 50 percent of PastPages visitors come from outside the United States, that doesn’t make sense anymore. In response, I’ve tried to globalize how the site reports the time. Where appropriate, the site now prints a...