this is such an important perspective on the foundations of our field!

medium.com/nightingale/beyond-

thank you, @evergreendata@twitter.com, for your thoughtful sections on tokenisms, echo chambers and ways forward. i’m looking forward to the upcoming issues!

RT @markiaaan@twitter.com

On occasion of my presentation with @vik_bru@twitter.com & Anna Busch at we added a new »Dark Mode« to our @FontaneArchiv@twitter.com @uclab_potsdam@twitter.com prototype that positions books/authors based on similarity between quantitative occurrences of reading traces. Check it out uclab.fh-potsdam.de/ff

🐦🔗: twitter.com/markiaaan/status/1

Join us to rekindle the relationship between text and data!

📰❤️📊

RT @uclab_potsdam@twitter.com

We are seeking two new colleagues with experience in data visualization and an interest in urban infrastructure for a 3-year research project on digital storytelling.

More details in our job ad: fh-potsdam.de/fileadmin/user_d

Apply by 14 August and join us in Potsdam in September!

🐦🔗: twitter.com/uclab_potsdam/stat

RT @uclab_potsdam@twitter.com

This morning @FontaneArchiv@twitter.com’s Anna Busch and our @vik_bru@twitter.com & @markiaaan@twitter.com presented »Scalable Exploration. Prototype Study For The Visualization Of An Author’s Library […]« at

Note the new dark mode for seeing similarities among authors and books!

uclab.fh-potsdam.de/ff/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/uclab_potsdam/stat

RT @markiaaan@twitter.com

Just finished my long paper presentation at featuring my Raoul Hausmann collection prototype developed in cooperation with @BG_Museum@twitter.com & @uclab_potsdam@twitter.com:

Prototype: uclab.fh-potsdam.de/hausmann/
English demo video: vimeo.com/273889290
Abstract: dev.clariah.nl/files/dh2019/bo

🐦🔗: twitter.com/markiaaan/status/1

RT @JessicaHullman@twitter.com

New on Multiple Views: MU Collective introduces TheyDrawIt, an authoring tool for creating embeddable NYT "You Draw It" style visualizations. Check it out! bit.ly/2xHg0Ow @vis_research@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/JessicaHullman/sta

RT @uclab_potsdam@twitter.com

We're very excited to be in Utrecht for with three talks on visualizing collections of art, design, and literary history.

Here is a quick preview:

🐦🔗: twitter.com/uclab_potsdam/stat

visual rhetoric behind smart city marketing: from streetscapes devoid of any technology as a form of “humanist window dressing” to god’s all-encompassing view on the city as a petri dish - interesting observations by @kvnrogan@twitter.com

citylab.com/design/2019/06/sma

inspired by the Fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square: absences of art history placed on empty plinths in parks - promising student project in »Remixing Sanssouci« course by @MagdalenaKVRK@twitter.com & @textschleife@twitter.com of in collaboration with @spsgmuseum@twitter.com

RT @leejoeyk@twitter.com

The works and presentations of @shannonmattern@twitter.com are as delightful as they are thought provoking, critical, and illuminating. So many thoughtful metaphors and explorations. If you've time, these are worth a 👀 e.g. 🎬 youtube.com/watch?v=b4uaLmjLW1 & vimeo.com/287094515

🐦🔗: twitter.com/leejoeyk/status/11

RT @sbb_news@twitter.com

SoNAR waren Sie Ihrer Traumstelle noch nie. Denn wir suchen eine Projektleitung für unserer @dfg_public@twitter.com gefördertes Verbundprojekt "Interfaces to Data for Historical Social Network Analysis and Research" u.a. mit @nrchtct@twitter.com, @IBI_HU@twitter.com & @DFKI@twitter.com preussischer-kulturbesitz.de/s

🐦🔗: twitter.com/sbb_news/status/11

apropos talking about artificial intelligence: the lecture room at features banners of the wonderful comic »We need to talk, AI« by @Docjsnyder@twitter.com and Lena Kadriye Ziyal.

weneedtotalk.ai

very cool! @otheragent@twitter.com talks about F'xa "a feminist chatbot designed to teach people about AI bias" created by @feministintrnet@twitter.com & @fxfegha@twitter.com.

→ open on smartphone: f-xa.co
→ read about it: about.f-xa.co

this now: @otheragent@twitter.com is giving a stellar keynote on feminist AI at .

live stream: disruptionlab.org/ai-traps

due to limited resources digitization seems to narrow the [male-dominated] literature canon further —interesting observation by @peertrilcke@twitter.com in conversation with @DLAMarbach@twitter.com's Sandra Richter and @sbb_news@twitter.com' @bschneiderkempf@twitter.com.

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