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Outside.in geocodes your blog

New widget adds automatic mapping to your content feed. If you write about the real world, it's a clever tool that helps readers see what your content is really about.

By Sep. 22, 2008

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Outside.in Radar: Super-mega-hyper-local content

New service tells you what's happening in front of your house.

By Aug. 12, 2008

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Outside.in raises $3 million, hires new CEO

A former About.com general manager is now in charge of the start-up, which aggregates news and blog discussion around towns and neighborhoods.

By May. 20, 2008

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Outside.in launches local-news discussion forums

As the demand for regional- and local-focused social-networking sites grows, the New York-based Outside.in introduces message boards for each "hyperlocal" community.

By Jan. 30, 2008

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Report: 10 communities most likely to spur a blog post

Gentrification drives people to write about their neighborhoods more than any other issue, according to Outside.in.

By Apr. 23, 2007

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It's time to go hyperlocal with these resources

If you're looking to go hyperlocal to find some local content, we have you covered-- whether you want to communicate with others or you just want the news.

By Aug. 18, 2009

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Hyperlocal news stepping up to the plate?

Ultrafocused local news sites have been around for quite some time now. But, as a New York Times story highlights, they may be in for their moment in the sun as newspapers falter.

By Apr. 13, 2009

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SXSWi buckling under the pressure?

Seminar rooms were filling up and the line to get a badge stretched across two floors of the Austin Convention Center. Is it time to do some reorganizing?

By Mar. 13, 2009

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Yahoo's Fire Eagle geolocation service now open to all

Tell it where you are, and it will tell all your apps. But that's a good thing.

By Aug. 12, 2008

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In which Twitter tells me what my landlord can't

A mundane yet momentous tale of how the microblogging service can tell you what's going on when nobody else seems to know. But don't drink the water just because a tweet says it's safe.

By Jan. 8, 2009