What’s going on around here?

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If you like to keep track of the news in your neighborhood, your job just got a lot easier: Radar, a new website from outside.in, automatically feeds you links to the latest stuff that’s going on near your address. According to the site’s blog:

Radar, as the name would suggest, organizes the news in dynamic, concentric circles around you. First it looks for news immediately around you, within 1000 feet. Then it searches for stories in your neighborhood. Then, in your city. And if you’re out in the middle of the desert somewhere, where there are no neighborhoods or cities, it will just keep on going until it finds something, then will ping it back to you. Just like the real thing.

What’s going on around you?

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