Metafilter: An Unincorporated Historic Neighborhood Gets it Place on the Internet Jan. 25, 2015

New York Times: A Counterculture Spirit Flourishes, Preserved Under Fiberglass Domes Jan. 20, 2015 (link)


San Francisco Chronicle: Tweet with Oakland's next mayor June 8, 2014

The Providence Phoenix: Code Island hacks for the greater good May 28, 2014

KALW: Oakland Wiki puts 'community brain' online. May 15, 2014

The Eastern Shore: The Oakland Wiki (podcast) May 15, 2014

Next City: If Oakland Were ‘The Hunger Games April 3, 2014

Nooga.com: ChaWiki.org is whatever you want it to be  Mar. 12, 2014

Oakland North: Oakland tech community participates in international hackathon Mar. 3, 2014

Oakland Local: Oakland Heritage Alliance honors partners in preservation (Community Voices) Feb. 28, 2014

The OK Cast: LocalWiki and Collaborative Peer Production Communities with Marina Kukso (podcast) Feb. 18, 2014

Sunlight Foundation Blog: "LocalWiki turns open local data into open local knowledge" Feb. 14, 2014

Oakland Tribune: Website aims to record everything about Oakland. Jan. 18, 2014, Matt Artz

Open Steps: LocalWiki: Collecting and sharing community knowledge @ San Francisco, USA. Jan. 5, 2014.


The News Gazette: Past, present, future together at Rose and Taylor. Dec. 12, 2013, Patrick Wade

The New York Times: Privacy Fears Grow as Cities Increase Surveillance. Oct. 13, 2013, Somni Sengupta

Opensource.com: Bringing open source to the masses, one small, local conference at a time. Oct. 2, 2013, Jen Wike

Youngmarketing.co: LocalWiki: Writing the past, present and future of local communities. Aug. 12, 2013, Juliana Price Albornoz (Spanish)

Ann Arbor Observer: Ann Arbor’s Wikipedia.  July 22nd, 2013, Patrick Dunn

Immobilier 2.0: Is LocalWiki the future of local information?. July 11th, 2013, Vincent Lecamus (French)

PBS: 3 Reasons Participatory Journalism Will Rise at Traditional Newsrooms. June 28, 2013, Trevor Knoblich

Wikipedia: LocalWiki on the Wikipedia homepage. June 1st, 2013.

Engaging Cities: Davis Wiki. Feb. 25, 2013, Chris Haller

The Rapidian: Viget relaunches as Grand Rapids' city wiki. Jan. 11, 2013


Rapid Growth Media: G-Sync: Viget is a Verb. Dec. 13, 2012, Tommy Allen

GeekWire: Hey, Seattle – want to wiki?. Dec. 5, 2012,

The Daily Illini: Champaign-Urbana launches Wiki site. Dec. 2, 2012, Jacqui Ogrodnik

RGJ.com: Hackers use applications for community engagement. Dec. 2, 2012, Emerson Marcus

RGJ.com: 2nd annual Hack4Reno at UNR aims for sustainability. Dec. 1, 2012, Yun Long

Mustang Daily: Student creates SLO wiki, will host ‘write-a-thon’ this weekend. Nov. 28, 2012.

Toledo Free Press: ToledoWiki ‘learn and launch’ set for Nov. 24. Nov. 21, 2012, Sarah Ottney

Knight Blog: Expanding civic engagement in Tallahassee with help from LocalWiki (and an enterprising retiree). Nov. 20, 2012, Liz Joyner

Planetizen: LocalWiki: An Insider's Guide to Cities. Oct. 26, 2012, Jonathan Nettler

FastCo.Exist: A Crowdsourced Hyperlocal City Guide, Coming To You Soon. Oct. 24, 2012, Emily Badger

Boing Boing: LocalWiki Antarctica, a crowdsourced map of the icy southern continent. Oct. 12, 2012, Xeni Jardin

The Ann Arbor Chronicle: ArborWiki Editing: Easier, Prettier, Wikier. Sept. 21, 2012

ProgrammableWeb:LocalWiki Launches New API: Bridging the Gap Between Local Knowledge and Local Data. Sept. 6, 2012, Janet Wagner

SF Weekly: SF Wiki Project Lets Locals Document San Francisco. Jul. 2, 2012,

Columbia Journalism Review: Building a multi-platform media for—and by—the public. Jun. 21, 2012, Benjamin Lennett and Tom Glaisyer

Linux.com: Weekend Project: Get to Know LocalWiki for Local Information Sites. Apr. 27, 2012, Nathan Willis

Engaging Cities: The Triangle Region: Joins 180 Independent Groups Taking Advantage of LocalWiki’s Free Open-Source Software. Apr. 5, 2012, Chris Haller

WRAL TechWire: Triangle Wiki: A community-built who, what, when, where 'insider' site. Mar. 14, 2012, Rick Smith

The News & Observer: Creators make final push for Triangle Wiki. Feb. 25, 2012. Chelsea Kellner.


Clay Shirky:Why We Need the New News Environment to be Chaotic. July 9th, 2011, Clay Shirky

The Epoch Times: LocalWiki to Connect Communities in the Digital World. Oct. 25, 2010, Joshua Philipp

The New York Times: Seeing ‘Crying Girl’ as a Con, Residents Cull Clues Online. June 26th, 2010, Malia Wollan

Nieman Journalism Lab: Knight News Challenge: Is a wiki site coming to your city? Local Wiki will build software to make it simple. June 18, 2010, Laura McGann

The New York Times Media Decoder Blog: Knight Foundation Hands Out Grants to 12 Groups, but Not WikiLeaks. June 17, 2010, Noam Cohen

Nieman Journalism Lab: Welcome to Davis, Calif.: Six lessons from the world’s best local wiki. November 6, 2009, Michael Anderson

Wired Geek Dad Blog: Hey, Kid: Support Your Local Wiki. July 15, 2009, Kevin Makice