Even as we work to come up with a name for the Philadelphia Public Interest Information Network and get it incorporated, we decided that the city’s property reassessment debate was worthy of us taking a stab at collecting resources and data to help illuminate the subject. … Read more →
By Neil Budde
This Wednesday evening I’ll be at the Pen & Pencil club for a Q&A session the club bills as part of its “off the record” series. I don’t want anyone to think the evolving plans for the Philadelphia Public Interest Information Network are a secret that can only be discussed off the record. … Read more →
Today marks an important day in my transition to Philly. My subscription to The Philadelphia Inquirer began. Yes, a printed newspaper arriving every morning at my doorstep is now part of my media mix.
For the past few months (even as I was still in talks to come to Philly as CEO of PPIIN), I undertook an experiment to test different ways of keeping up with Philly news. … Read more →
I’m writing this post (and others that will follow soon) here on the site of the Center for Public Interest Journalism at Temple and on my personal website because the Philadelphia Public Interest Information Network still doesn’t have its own, full “web presence.”
One reason is that we don’t yet have a final name or domain name, which I’ll address later in this post. … Read more →