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'''Portland Afoot''' is a monthly 4-page newsmagazine and openly-editable online guide exploring low-car life in Portland.  The online guide is in the form of a wiki, enabling readers to contribute their own knowledge to Portland Afoot. All content in Portland Afoot is freely available for distribution and reuse under a Creative Commons license.
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'''''Portland Afoot''''' is a 4-page monthly news magazine and openly-editable online guide exploring low-car life in Portland.  The online guide is in the form of a wiki, enabling readers to contribute their own knowledge to ''Portland Afoot''. All content in ''Portland Afoot'' is freely available for distribution and reuse under a Creative Commons license.
  
Portland Afoot was launched in 2010 by Portland-based freelance journalist Michael Andersen. Its first few issues included cover stories about the best car-free camping trips, the [[TriMet]] bus routes with the best and worst on-time records and the best places to sit on the [[MAX]].
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''Portland Afoot'' was launched in 2010 by Portland-based freelance journalist [[Michael Andersen]]. Its first few issues included cover stories about the best car-free camping trips, the [[TriMet]] bus routes with the best and worst on-time records and the best places to sit on the [[MAX]].
  
The magazine is published by Portland in the Round, a nonprofit journalism startup Andersen directs.
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The magazine is published by [[Portland in the Round]], a nonprofit journalism startup Andersen directs.
  
 
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Revision as of 06:50, 30 August 2011

Portland Afoot is a 4-page monthly news magazine and openly-editable online guide exploring low-car life in Portland. The online guide is in the form of a wiki, enabling readers to contribute their own knowledge to Portland Afoot. All content in Portland Afoot is freely available for distribution and reuse under a Creative Commons license.

Portland Afoot was launched in 2010 by Portland-based freelance journalist Michael Andersen. Its first few issues included cover stories about the best car-free camping trips, the TriMet bus routes with the best and worst on-time records and the best places to sit on the MAX.

The magazine is published by Portland in the Round, a nonprofit journalism startup Andersen directs.

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