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Amongst all the myriad and complex data visualisation tools, scrapers and complex legislation it’s very easy to get bogged down by the sheer weight of Data Journalism. But a simple search of Youtube throws up this video, made by fellow … Continue reading →
Yes that is my mug up there! With relatively uninformed opinions, this is an interview with myself discussing the future of data journalism earlier today with my fellow student Riaz Jugon from Driven by Data. In this we discuss many … Continue reading →
Some parts of journalism are accepted to be in decline (print as a medium for one) but data is considered to be one of the few areas that will grow. It brings a new edge for finding stories and conveying … Continue reading →
My data journalism colleague Tom Boadle posted this video of this excellent introductory talk by Jack Roberts from the Future Human project. The project run various debates, talks and events that are part of their ‘theatre of innovation’. They describe themselves as “a multi-platform media … Continue reading →