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April 24, 2013, 1:04 p.m.

Source’s Erin Kissane offers up a great look at how news organizations represented the bombings and manhunt visually — interactive satellite photos layered with timelines, step-by-step map sequences, 3D recreations of the scene. She breaks down the different approaches by the publication and by the moment they’re trying to capture. (There’s an especially interesting depiction by The Boston Globe of how the injured were organized and treated.)

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