»Co-Designing Visualizations for Information Seeking and Knowledge Management«
in Open Information Science with reflections by @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @Lettebowskie@twitter.com on collaborative #datavis design.
Sci Hub twitter account has been permanently suspended: It is a critical open knowledge infrastructure serving scientists and academics globally. Sci Hub should be supported and protected as a public good.
@firstname.lastname@example.org and @TwitterSupport@twitter.com this ban is not right. https://torrentfreak.com/sci-hub-founder-criticises-sudden-twitter-ban-over-over-counterfeit-content-210108/
I love this @email@example.com project - tools for building "a spirit of care, resilient communities,... joy and common cause" - by The Canary Project (Susannah Sayler and Edward Morris). Will definitely use the next time I teach my Tools class! https://tool-shed.org/
important reminder that there are many #datavis histories, some of which are not receiving enough attention in teaching (pointing at myself). if we stick to the usual ones, our field's past is dominated by visualizations of war deaths, colonial exploration and capitalist trade.
My first post of 2021 is coming in hot.
Decolonizing Data Viz
Trump‘s fellow fascists have entered the #CapitolBuilding and the world is watching a terrible train wreck unfold via social media and live video feeds. Didn’t we all agree six days ago that we left the shit show of 2020 behind us?
Jobs! The BMBF project "Aesthetics of Access. Visualizing #ResearchData on Women in #FilmHistory" @Uni_MR@twitter.com is seeking 2 researchers (praedoc) (4/2021).
Deadline: Jan 15, 2021
#digitalhumanities #digitaltools #methods #dataviz
Hier der Mitschnitt des Vortrags von heute: "Wie können wir das digitale Museum aufhalten?". Danke an #rC3csh für die Einladung bei #rC3 vorzutragen. Danke an @xHain_hackspace@twitter.com für das Studio und die Betreuung..
great listening material for end of this year: @firstname.lastname@example.org features »multispecies histories, interdependencies, and [how] people here and now are tinkering with new languages, playful devices, and extraordinary forms of critical/creative engagement«
Ecstatic to share this! 🦠 New podcast 🦠 with Elaine Gan https://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/sonia-323-elaine-gan Elaine talks about crop science, feral technologies, the global pandemic, naturecultures, radical difference, the art of noticing, Matsutake mushrooms🍄... and rice.
📆 SENSES Outreach Event on January 15, 2:00 pm (CET) via video!
If you are curious about communicating climate change scenarios, please join us for our Outreach Event! We have a dedicated session for #datavis and plenty of time for Q&A.
🌲🌳 »In Zeiten des Klimawandels sprechen wir wieder öfter über unser #Bäume—wir brauchen sie dringender als je zuvor. Lernen wir sie gemeinsam näher kennen.«
Der sorgfältig recherchierte & liebevoll gestaltete #Entdeckerkalender 2021 kann dabei helfen:
What are your untold stories of #DigitalHumanities theory? We want to hear them all! Thrilled to announce that our CFP "Theorytellings: Epistemic Narratives in the DH" is now online. Deadline for abstracts: March 31, 2021. @DHTheorie@twitter.com #DHTheoryTellings
My talk from the @GraphicHunters@twitter.com S-H-O-W conference is now available online!
The conference itself was really good! For an online symposium, it had a great vibe! Many thanks to @email@example.com for organising the event!
»No one understands the violence being committed against the Amazon Rainforest like the indigenous women who call it home. With deforestation rates at all-time highs under a tyrannical right-wing regime, [they] are fighting for their lives to save the most biodiverse place on 🌎«
The Amazon is a Woman
(my story in Atmos - a magazine about climate and culture) - with Maria Leusa Munduruku, Juma Xipaya, Bel e Anita Yudjá)
Xingu River: »The ancient peoples call me “father.” Or “mother.” The commodities people call me “resource.” Sometimes they stick on an adjective: “natural resource.” It’s fascinating how those who call themselves “human” like to catalogue things. As if I could have a gender.«
The Amazon's Xingu river—like many rivers around the world—is dying. Poisoned, polluted, dried up, and altered by human hands.
@firstname.lastname@example.org took on the perspective of this mighty river in Atmos Volume 04.
What does an overview of details look like?
The @email@example.com paper is out now!
Information visualization, urban futures and digital humanities at FH Potsdam Institute for Urban Futures and ᴜᴄʟᴀʙ
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