- cir.ca — news app for iPhone, which lets you track updates and further news on a given story. (via Andy Baio)
- DataWrangler (Stanford) — an interactive tool for data cleaning and transformation. Spend less time formatting and more time analyzing your data. From the Stanford Visualization Group.
- Responsivator — see how websites look at different screen sizes.
- Accountable Algorithms (Ed Felten) — When we talk about making an algorithmic public process open, we mean two separate things. First, we want transparency: the public knows what the algorithm is. Second, we want the execution of the algorithm to be accountable: the public can check to make sure that the algorithm was executed correctly in a particular case. Transparency is addressed by traditional open government principles; but accountability is different.
tags: algorithms, apps, Big Data, design, future of news, gov2.0, privacy, security, transparency, web