Poynter/Hacks/Hackers Series Launched, Looking for Writers

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Today we’re launching a new Hacks/Hackers series on Poynter.  Each week we’ll feature a How To on new tools and emerging trends in technology.

The first in the series is Katharine Jarmul, @kjam, on finding and using good APIs for data. You can check it out here.

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Robert Hernandez, @webjournalist, and I, @bethdavidz, are putting together the series with the help Poynter’s Mallary Tenore, @mallarytenore, our incredible editor.

Next up, we have John Keefe, @jkeefe, on mapping data onto counties, districts and other shapes and Joshua Hatch, @hatchjt, on regular expression.

Interested in being next in the line-up? Let us know. We’re looking for writers. Especially those of you outside the U.S.

Know about a cool new trend? Have a tool you can’t live without? Have a sweet trick you want share? Just want to tell us how you got into tech journo tech? We’d love you to write a piece. Not only will you give back, but you’ll also get a little extra cash.

If you’re interested, contact me, Beth Davidz at bethdavidz@gmail.com.

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