They’ve sent a letter to the company building the $190-million dollars worth of trains, threatening to cancel.
beta-boston: An inside look at a really cool visualization of murders in a Boston neighborhood.
By Alvin Chang, data visualization
It took weeks to clean up homicide data for our Bowdoin-Geneva project. I was ready to map it and move on. But I was unsure about one of the data point, so I looked it up in the Globe archives. I found this 1993 story about Jose Lizardo’s murder:
By Matt Carroll, organizer of Hacks/Hackers Boston
Music, art, games, and context – who would’ve thought of the all the different apps that could be created around the presidential debates?
Inspiration and creativity were the bywords of the weekend, as Hacks/Hackers Boston held a “Hack the…
“She’s kind of funny, she’s kind of goofy, but if she tripped and fell, she’s fighting with her boyfriend, someone bumps into her, she makes a big deal out of it,” Officer Lema said, “and before you know it, we got a brawl on our hands because of the happy intoxicated person who just had too much to drink and bumped into the wrong person.” North End culture clash.