SeeClickFix wants to thank all of the people from the WeMedia Conference, WeMedia, Ashoka, Ethics and Excellence Journalism Foundation and the judges( John McKinley, Greg McHale, Limor Schafman, and Rusty Lewis) that supported us. The feedback, insight, advice, bug testing (you know who you are), tweeting, blogging and of course clicking has pushed SeeClickFix another step forward.
We are certain that the $25,000 Prize that was awarded will spread SeeClickFix into many many more communities.
Congrats To Jacob Colker and Ben Rigby from the Extraordinaries, winner's on the non-profit side.(By the Way Jacob the check fit on the Plane. We have yet to try it out at the bank.)
Here's my 90 Second Pitch from Ground Report (Thanks to Rachel)
More to come on the contest:
Friday, February 27, 2009 - By Ben Berkowitz - No comments
Thursday, February 12, 2009 - By Ben Berkowitz - No comments
The Boston Globe ran a front page story yesterday on Boston.com about potholes and linked to the SeeClickFix Map they have embedded on their site. There were around 100 potholes reported on SeeClickFix in Western Mass. yesterday and a whole lot more activity in the feeds including a few watch areas created for local officials in Mass.
Here's the map on Boston.com
If you are a newspaper or a blog or know someone that runs one, please contact us: email@example.com if you would like a SeeClickFix map in your site or just generate the source code from our generate widget button after you create a watch area.
Sunday, February 8, 2009 - By Ben Berkowitz - No comments
SeeClickFix is going to Miami as finalist in the WeMedia 09 Pitchit Competition.
We need your vote so click here and rate appropriately http://www.changemakers.net/node/15225
SeeClickFix is one of eight for-profit finalists out of hundreds that will compete this year. Read more about the competition and the other finalists here:
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