Array ( [total] => 4 [pageSize] => 24 [page] => 0 [results] => Array ( [5630] => Array ( [iID] => 5630 [tTitle] => 100 stories [tSlug] => 100-stories [iTime] => 1468965600 [iUpdate] => 1516070018 [tDescription] => A hundred stories of Cariocas, citizens of Rio de Janeiro, relocated for the Olympics or the World Cup, collected in a rich media experience available in both Portuguese and English. Conceptualisation by Olga Lucía Lozano, design by Lorena Parra with implementation by myself, under the fine supervision of Natalia Viana of Agência Pública. 100 stories won the 38º Prêmio Jornalístico Vladimir Herzog de Anistia e Direitos Humanos, in 2016 and was nominated for the Gabriel García Márquez award in the 'Innovation' category in 2017. 100 stories also was a finalist for the Brazilian Prêmio Petrobras de Jornalismo. [iCategory] => 5 [tURL] => [iViews] => 934 [iClicks] => 0 [iRating] => 0 [iVote] => 0 [iVoters] => 0 [iRedirect] => 0 [tISBN] => [iLocation] => 1489 [iOldID] => [tCover] => [iAccess] => [iHot] => 0 [tTemplateName] => sparse [iHideMap] => 1 [iForSale] => 0 [iImages] => 1 [iFullImage] => 0 [fLatitude] => -23.5755 [fLongitude] => -46.8554 [tLocation] => The yellow house [iPrimaryCategoryFeatured] => 0 [tCategory] => Work [iCategoryFeatured] => 0 [iPrimaryCategory] => 5 [categories] => Array ( [5] => Array ( [iID] => 5 [tName] => Work [tSlug] => work [tDescription] => Work, shmork! But, yes, one needs to make a living as well. I'm a self employed web developer with extensive experience in 'the south', that is, the developing world. I strongly focus on social applications, or, 'web 2.0'. If you're intrigued, you can check out my CV. My business is called Baba's projects. [iOrder] => 6 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => sparse [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => bf:blogitem=5630 ) [5616] => Array ( [iID] => 5616 [tTitle] => TVs da Amazonia [tSlug] => tvs-da-amazonia [iTime] => 1454281200 [iUpdate] => 1516110351 [tDescription] => Long-form journalism, the size of a book, turned into a multimedia experience. Elvira Lobato, the author, recently retired after a long career at Folha de Sao Paulo, perhaps Brazil's leading newspaper. The project holds the middle between an investigative piece and a travel story; Elvira investigating ownership of TV stations in the Brazilian Amazon, where, it turns out, a large part of the TV stations are owned by politicians, yet the overall work mentality is decidedly amateurish, while often balancing on the edge of what can be considered ethical. The project, completely in Portuguese, was facilitated through published by Agencia Publica. TVs da Amazonia was a runner up in the 38º Prêmio Jornalístico Vladimir Herzog de Anistia e Direitos Humanos, in 2016. [iCategory] => 5 [tURL] => http://www.apublica.org/tvsdaamazonia [iViews] => 1666 [iClicks] => 527 [iRating] => 0 [iVote] => 0 [iVoters] => 0 [iRedirect] => 0 [tISBN] => [iLocation] => 1364 [iOldID] => [tCover] => [iAccess] => 1462226787 [iHot] => 0 [tTemplateName] => sparse [iHideMap] => 1 [iForSale] => 0 [iImages] => 2 [iFullImage] => 1 [fLatitude] => -23.5269 [fLongitude] => -46.6848 [tLocation] => The Oliver residence [iPrimaryCategoryFeatured] => 0 [tCategory] => Work [iCategoryFeatured] => 0 [iPrimaryCategory] => 5 [categories] => Array ( [5] => Array ( [iID] => 5 [tName] => Work [tSlug] => work [tDescription] => Work, shmork! But, yes, one needs to make a living as well. I'm a self employed web developer with extensive experience in 'the south', that is, the developing world. I strongly focus on social applications, or, 'web 2.0'. If you're intrigued, you can check out my CV. My business is called Baba's projects. [iOrder] => 6 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => sparse [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => bf:blogitem=5616 ) [580] => Array ( [iID] => 580 [tTitle] => Listed in a feed, scraped on one of my sites [tSlug] => listed-in-a-feed-scraped-on-one-of-my-sites [iTime] => 1190325600 [iUpdate] => 1190325600 [tDescription] => The website in the screen shot below is inzim.com. I started it three years ago, when living in Zimbabwe. It started as a full blown portal but now, it reads and structures news feeds from allAfrica.
Listed in a feed, scraped on my own site
Last week, Ismail and I won the Highway Africa new media award for Soweto uprisings . com and allAfrica wrote about it. Then, inZIM scraped their feeds and automatically posted it on my site. So, in the end, I'm the subject of a news article, listed on a site which I built three years ago, without me being directly responsible. It's a bit like an injoke. Too late did I realise that, most likely, Babasprojects.org also picked up the story. [iCategory] => 12 [tURL] => [iViews] => 3666 [iClicks] => 0 [iRating] => 0 [iVote] => 0 [iVoters] => 0 [iRedirect] => 0 [tISBN] => [iLocation] => 421 [iOldID] => 951 [tCover] => [iAccess] => 1462129960 [iHot] => 0 [tTemplateName] => default [iHideMap] => 0 [iForSale] => 0 [iImages] => 0 [iFullImage] => 0 [fLatitude] => -26.0287 [fLongitude] => 28.0151 [tLocation] => Shingara Sands [iPrimaryCategoryFeatured] => 0 [tCategory] => Blog [iCategoryFeatured] => 0 [iPrimaryCategory] => 12 [categories] => Array ( [12] => Array ( [iID] => 12 [tName] => Blog [tSlug] => blog [tDescription] => Find my upcoming travel plans over at Dopplr and a listing of major (and some minor) travelogues over on the travelogues section. [iOrder] => 1 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => default [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => 20070921 ) [576] => Array ( [iID] => 576 [tTitle] => Babak Fakhamzadeh: Winner of the prestigious Highway Africa new media award [tSlug] => babak-fakhamzadeh-winner-of-the-prestigious-highway-africa-new-media-award [iTime] => 1189548000 [iUpdate] => 1189548000 [tDescription] => September 11 will live on in infamy! (What? That's nothing new? Oh well.) Yesterday, Ismail Farouk and I won the prestigious Highway Africa new media award for our creation Soweto uprisings . com. The cheapskate organizers of the event only allowed for one of us to visit the show, so Ismail is currently being dragged from one interview to the next and was on live SABC television. During the show, our website was called "The most innovative site in Africa". I think that's a bit rich, but who am I to argue. The largest media conference on the continent was held in Grahamstown and tackled loads of topics. On late night SABC Africa news, the conference was mentioned, but the five minute segment only talked about how journalists should deal with issues such as South Africa's terrible health minister being convicted for theft and her generally acting as a total arsehole. Prizes were handed out in three categories: Corporate, individual/student (which we won) and non-profit. The corporate category was won by Amatomu, a blog aggregator for the South African market. A very decent website, but backed by the guys behind the Mail & Guardian, easily South Africa's best newspaper. It would be tough for them to crap this one up. The non-profit category was won by www.islamonline.co.za or islamonline.net, news articles don't seem to agree. If it's the former, it's sad. Here are a few write ups from around the web: + BizCommunity wrote an article about the event, lists the winners and gives some background. + AfricaNews has an article and a video interview with Ismail. + The Association for Progressive Communication (sounds fancy!) blogs about it. + Some Brazilian website on digital culture picked up the news as well. + The Dutch newspaper DePers also wrote a nice article on it. Ismail is at the conference for almost the whole week and is being pushed around from interview to interview, no doubt ending up every night in his hotel room with ten babes on every finger. Man. Why am I sitting behind my PC writing this, not enjoying the good life? I could be rich! RICH! [iCategory] => 12 [tURL] => [iViews] => 7514 [iClicks] => 0 [iRating] => 0 [iVote] => 0 [iVoters] => 0 [iRedirect] => 0 [tISBN] => [iLocation] => 421 [iOldID] => 947 [tCover] => [iAccess] => 1462094911 [iHot] => 0 [tTemplateName] => default [iHideMap] => 0 [iForSale] => 0 [iImages] => 0 [iFullImage] => 0 [fLatitude] => -26.0287 [fLongitude] => 28.0151 [tLocation] => Shingara Sands [iPrimaryCategoryFeatured] => 0 [tCategory] => Blog [iCategoryFeatured] => 0 [iPrimaryCategory] => 12 [categories] => Array ( [12] => Array ( [iID] => 12 [tName] => Blog [tSlug] => blog [tDescription] => Find my upcoming travel plans over at Dopplr and a listing of major (and some minor) travelogues over on the travelogues section. [iOrder] => 1 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => default [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => 20070912 ) ) ) Keyword: award :: BabakFakhamzadeh.com