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  • Title: n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: .. n0tice.. org.. Get VIP.. Publishing power in the hands of your audience.. Now you can license the n0tice technologies.. Learn more.. Integrate with other tools.. Open APIs for creating apps and feeding data into other digital platforms.. Learn more about tools for developers.. See API Documentation.. Open source.. Download code samples and contribute to projects.. See the code.. enable mobile participation.. unlock local knowledge.. fuel social actions.. n0tice is a mobile publishing platform.. The service supports the social-local-mobile ambitions of publishers, broadcasters, brands, communities and developers around the world.. n0tice is simply the next step in the long evolution of community news — a step that makes particular sense for an increasingly mobile world.. - Megan Garber, NIEMAN JOURNALISM LAB.. FROM THE BLOG.. GuardianWitness wins Lovie Awards.. We re pleased to announce that GuardianWitness won two Lovie Awards.. Read more.. 0 Comments.. Tapping into nostalgia to engage your community.. Here, three very different publishers of community content share their experiences about how nostalgia helped them connect with new audiences.. When  ...   as your web browser you can now add a button which will allow you to n0tice tweets or different web pages and post them to your noticeboard.. Install it here.. The.. RECENT PROJECTS.. Live Music Map.. API, crowdmap, noticeboard.. Protest photo gallery.. feedwax, hash gordon, noticeboard.. Best Band T-shirts.. Hash Gordon.. API, hash gordon, wordpress integration.. Northern Landscapes.. noticeboard.. Layar: HypARlocal Apollo.. API.. Privatising the outdoors.. crowdmap, noticeboard.. Britain s Best Bookshops sponsored by National Book Tokens.. brand partnership, crowdmap, events, noticeboard.. Events in The Northerner.. crowdmap, events, noticeboard.. Crowdmapping the Olympic torch relay.. Art Near You.. API, events, wordpress integration.. Britain s Best Bike Rides.. Things to do on Easter Weekend.. quick links.. API Documentation.. Blog.. Examples.. How to articles.. Logos.. contact us.. sales@n0tice.. @twitter.. facebook.. about us.. n0tice is a mobile publishing platform for answering the question “what’s happening near you?”.. n0tice is a project by Guardian Media Group.. Background map images by.. Eric Fisher.. © Copyright 2013.. Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY).. ¦.. Terms and Conditions.. Privacy.. Community Guidelines..

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  • Title: GuardianWitness wins Lovie Awards « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: announcements.. ,.. company.. We re pleased to announce that.. GuardianWitness.. won two.. Lovie Awards.. today.. The project won in the Mobile and Social categories for News, including a People s Choice recognition.. Read more about.. how n0tice was used to build GuardianWitness.. Enjoyed this Post?.. Share on Twitter.. Share on Facebook.. Recent Posts:.. Comments are closed..

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  • Title: Tapping into nostalgia to engage your community « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: Features.. user-help.. When Pauline Sargent published a picture of an old bus on the Facebook page for her local website,.. Drimnagh is Good.. , she had no idea of the power that picture would have in the local community.. “It was unbelieveable.. Within five minutes of putting the post up it just went off.. it was mad.. People’s comments were going back to the 80s and the 70s when they used to get the bus and it went across the city of Dublin.. They were saying what stops they got on and get off at, where they worked, who they travelled with.. They were talking about the drivers and conductors and using it to go their grannies.. Basically reminiscing.. ”.. The figures here speak for themselves in terms of engagement.. William Perrin at the.. Kings Cross Environment website.. also didn’t have any particular expectations when he published this image of a former landmark in the London borough.. It was an interesting picture of a notable building which had been long demolished some 30-40 years ago but he found it prompted a lot of interest from older users of his site, many from people who remembered what it was like to live there.. “As the comments came in over the weeks and months it became very obvious that some of these were from people who actually lived there.. The comments really are very very striking.. People say ‘ yes the physical environment was decrepit and awful..  ...   the last old style camper van will roll off the assembly line on 31 December.. “It was felt to be a subject close to lots of people’s hearts.. The camper van, particularly the old style camper van community, might be very small, but it’s also very engaged also global and being a global company we not only wanted to appeal to people in the UK but across Europe and America and Australia.. So whether its serendipitous or planned for, all three have valuable lessons that can be learned from the experiences for site publishers and noticeboard owners.. Sargent has found that people will only comment when it’s something that really effects them or something they can relive and Bannock agrees: “People like memories.. it tends to be that the story is more important than the photograph.. People love to share memories, that’s what life is made of so anything nostalgic like that, people really do love to share them.. Perrin concludes that it’s part of what sociologists would call ‘bonding social capital’.. “It’s a shared common memory of experience of, in some cases hardship and suffering, and in some cases of pleasure and a sense of family and belonging.. “There’s something in that for people who want to create popular content for a discussion, a community or a blog which is to focus in on large scale communal experiences in your community because simply more people will want to discuss that.. Tags:.. interviews.. ,.. nostalgia..

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  • Title: App launched with n0tice to discover engineering gems of Kings Cross « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: Images of Kings Cross captured by n0tice users in a gallery created using.. HashGordon.. From the grandeur of the station roof to the incredible new public space being created inside a former gas storage unit, the Kings Cross area of London is being reinvented.. And today, some of those involved with the re-working one of the city s busiest places, the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) launches an.. app.. to help people explore the area.. The app has been created as part of ACE s centenary programme focused on attracting more young people into the exciting industry of engineering.. It draws the attention of young users to the engineering behind some of the remarkable structures in the area through fifteen videos that play at hotspots around the area.. Inside the app.. Built using.. n0tice technology.. , the app features videos at locations of particular engineering interest.. It can be used as a walking tour for people moving around the Kings Cross area, but it s also viewable from anywhere for armchair visitors too.. The Chairman of Crossrail, London  ...   pupils from Royal Greenwich UTC have been great to work with and it is people like them this trail is aimed at.. Right across the industry there is a need to attract talented young people in and we face fierce competition from other industries for the brightest students, especially as many young people don t know how international and exciting professional engineering is when they choose what GCSEs and A-Levels to take.. As well as providing the underlying technology, the n0tice team created all the content from initial research, interviewing, filming and editing to produce the app and associated online assets.. Matt McAlister said, We re really pleased n0tice was able to deliver this project for ACE.. We like to help organisations with their mobile ambitions, particularly with locally focused projects like the Kings Cross Engineering Trail.. The walking tour app is an excellent way to bridge the online and offline worlds and to discover what s happening nearby.. The Kings Cross Engineering app can be downloaded for.. iPhone.. and for.. Android.. in the stores now.. ACE.. engineering.. kingscross.. mobile..

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  • Title: How to add n0tice functionality to your Chrome browser « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: how to.. The button means you can add n0tice functionality to Chrome as follows:.. - n0tice this button to share any web page on any noticeboard.. - smart links visible directly inline on Twitter, Instagram, Meetup, Gumtree with more to follow.. - configurable settings that will make posting much easier.. Integrating n0tice functionality means that any web page can be given a location as that’s what n0tice is all about so go ahead, help us geo-tag the internet! Perfect if you need to map a topic or push content into other location-based technologies such as Augmented Reality environments.. To add the button to your Chrome browser.. visit the plugin page.. When you click on  ...   ).. Next, go to something you want to n0tice say your own or hyperlocal blog someone else s twitter.. com page.. On Twitter, you will see under the text of the tweets the little n n0tice icon when you hover your mouse over the tweet.. Clicking on the icon brings up a n0tice posting form and you simply choose whether it is a piece of news, an events listing or an offer; add the location; then post to the site.. You ll then see your post on the noticeboard.. You did it! You geo-tagged something! Now, try again, and curate a whole collection of interesting things happening near you.. chrome.. geo-tag.. howto.. location.. solomo..

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  • Title: Blog « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: n0tice blog - from the editor's desk.. We re pleased to announce that GuardianWitness won two Lovie Awards today.. Read more about how n0tice was used to build GuardianWitness.. Curating images from the protests in Turkey via journalists on the ground.. With such an avalanche of images circulating across social media platforms, curating a gallery of pictures which can be trusted for their authenticity during times of intense activity.. To follow or not to follow.. You’ll see a change to the way we handle the concept of ‘following’ in n0tice with our latest update.. We’ve focused the ‘following’ function exclusively on noticeboards,.. How to make a map with Maptastica.. A step-by-step guide to creating pretty crowdmaps and a few insider tips and tricks for the adventurous map maker Thousands of participants have joined the n0tice campaigns.. Press release: n0tice launches VIP, a whitelabel service for publishers.. n0tice adds to its suite of tools for publishers with the launch of n0tice VIP.. The service debuted yesterday with a major announcement from the Guardian about its new n0tice-powered.. How n0tice was used to make GuardianWitness.. You may have seen the announcement and the coverage of the Guardian s new participation platform that launched today, GuardianWitness.. The way it works is that Guardian editors.. How to map local election candidates using n0tice.. First you’ll need a notice account and then set up a noticeboard to work on your project.. There’s instructions on how to do that here.. I created this one:.. The face-to-face of n0tice.. Last summer, a group of  ...   n0tice in conjunction with WordPress plug-in Timely to curate user events listings.. Speaking at a recent Out of Hours Hyperlocal event hosted.. Using n0tice to track conference coverage.. Picture the scenario you’ve got the time agreed, bought your ticket, travelled across the country and, finally, you’re there, tweeting away from the conference.. You know.. Where will you be on Keep Cycling Day? Find out how to join in here.. From adapting safety googles for bad weather to continuing to commute on two wheels – it seems there s nothing that will stop some of our n0tice-ers from keeping on cycling.. How to: Add spreadsheet data to a noticeboard.. Firstly you will need a n0tice.. com user account and a noticeboard to post the data to.. These could be set up for the specific story you want to create from the spreadsheet or simply be.. Featured noticeboard: Stourbridge.. We kick off 2013 with news of a new local website on n0tice which seeks to cover the Stourbridge area in the Midlands.. It s creator Abigail Edge tells us more about why.. Using FeedWax: How to curate local content.. How to use Feedwax Firstly you will need a n0tice.. com user account and a noticeboard to post the feeds to.. These could be set up for the specific story you want to create and make it.. Using Feedwax: Geo-tag your content.. Introduction Geo-tagging your content i.. e.. adding location information into the meta data opens up a whole variety of opportunities for the journalist or blogger in delivering it to..

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  • Title: Examples « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: Examples and case studies.. zoom.. link..

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  • Title: Logos « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
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  • Title: announcements « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: Category Archives:.. Read more.. We’ve focused the ‘following’ function exclusively on noticeboards, not people.. The whole premise of n0tice is based on noticeboards, shared spaces where a community is participating in an open conversation about an area or a shared [ ].. A step-by-step guide to creating pretty crowdmaps and a few insider tips and tricks for the adventurous map maker Thousands of participants have joined the n0tice campaigns #GdnGig, #Localshopping, #keepcycling and #Celebrate or #Change #MyHighStreet.. If you contributed you may have seen your photos included on one of our visually stunning interactive and embeddable crowdmaps.. [ ].. The service debuted yesterday with a major announcement from the Guardian about its new n0tice-powered Guardian Witness initiative.. Founder Matt McAlister explains: “If you’ve been following our journey with n0tice, you’ll know that we’ve always thought of it more like [ ].. The way it works is that Guardian editors publish assignments to the public, and anyone can then contribute photos and videos in response.. The contributions are then woven into the Guardian web site when and where [ ].. As the n0tice community continues to grow and the platform continues to evolve we thought it was time again for a get together.. Forget Google Hangouts and Skype  ...   blog, picture editor [ ].. Live! Updates to both the android and iPhone apps.. Looks like Christmas has come early for our app users the latest upgrades to the n0tice mobile apps have just gone live (and we guarantee there’s not a lovelorn snowman anywhere in sight).. We’ve been listening to your feedback and have a host of new features for you to explore which we’re delighted to [ ].. Lights, camera, action! It s n0tice High Streets the movie.. For the past couple of weeks we’ve been inviting people to n0tice what’s going on in their local High Streets as well as listening to what many of you have had to say about the issue and about the many projects already underway across the UK.. Today we are delighted to be able share some [ ].. Press Release: Announcing n0tice 2.. 0.. n0tice has introduced a series of new developments and improvements to its service with the launch of n0tice 2.. 0 today, making it one of the most open community-based platforms available, focusing on supporting local communities and information sharing.. Summary: The website (http://n0tice.. com/) has been upgraded with a new streamlined design and functionality giving added emphasis [ ].. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5..

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  • Title: company « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: And today, some of those involved with the re-working one of [ ].. Both the iPhone and Android apps are now available in their respective stores, and you know where to find n0tice.. While you may enjoy some of the new features across all these products, the most significant change is in the  ...   of reasons to be reflective today and to think about the past year.. It has been a very serious time with some very serious human stories resulting in many testing questions about fate and destiny and our responsibilities in a civil society.. I intended to write some sort of happy-clappy “what a [ ]..

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  • Title: How n0tice was used to make GuardianWitness « n0tice.org - the mobile publishing platform
    Descriptive info: You may have seen the.. announcement.. and the.. coverage.. of the Guardian s new participation platform that launched today,.. The contributions are then woven into the Guardian web site when and where it makes sense.. GuardianWitness was developed using n0tice, the mobile publishing platform.. we launched publicly almost exactly a year ago.. The n0tice team, our partners and the Guardian digital development team worked together to build a custom web site, iPhone and Android apps, editorial tools and enhancements to the n0tice platform.. It all runs off.. the n0tice API.. The services powering GuardianWitness are available to license now, too.. You can find information about partnering with us here.. http://vip.. n0tice.. org/.. It s a great case study for a lot of different things we re working on.. We started the project thinking from a mobile view of the world first.. The iPhone app was the driving force of the product design, and the other pieces then followed, riffing off that core proposition.. Media verification is not an easy problem, but technology can certainly help people make more informed decisions.. The Guardian editors worked with Storyful to identify issues that may be problematic, and we then devised a tool to make the media reviewing process easier.. n0tice is designed to support the needs of high profile media partners.. That means increasing performance through distributed delivery  ...   editors at the Guardian have a lot of great tools to work with, as you can imagine.. But adding more tools is not always a plus.. So, we optimized the n0tice API so that the Guardian CMS could operate as a n0tice client.. The GuardianWitness assignments are created within the Guardian tools, so it feels like an integral part of the Guardian s publishing systems.. We improved the n0tice image processing tools to serve their needs, as well.. The project was big and had to be done quickly, so we needed more people involved.. Our core team,.. Dan.. and.. Tony.. , and the n0tice iPhone app developers at.. Mentally Friendly.. got a lot of help from the savvy.. Guardian digital development team.. and a talented Manchester-based mobile development firm called.. Apadmi.. If you ve been following our journey with n0tice, you ll know that we ve always thought of it more like a utility service more than a product.. This is a great example of that.. GuardianWitness *is* a Guardian product.. n0tice is merely the pipes behind it making it possible.. We needed something of this scale to validate that model, and now we can offer the same or similar services commercially to other publishers, broadcasters and developers.. If you re interested, we ve begun sharing details about what we can do for you here:..

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