RT @MadameKreis@twitter.com: Just published my #openaccess article with @email@example.com: Remaking Collections
Between Re-production and Re-presentation: The Implementation of Photographic Art Reproduction in the Documentation of Museum Collections Online: http://doi.org/10.16995/olh.273
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: Our Data-Driven Storytelling book is free for the next two weeks online: https://www.readcube.com/articles/10.1201/9781315281575?shared_access_token=jNTaYvqfeqV2qwa5sUfovMvVM4Hs7mp6nzCJVzl2VoWGQrCbyQjauwd2RYb7hH61JBIbDhBHWgYFxZKHDulB9SaAw1a5aQ_jHb5Eg8Ll74Ae8RvAx6swxvf5s39QHLuU
RT @UCLab_Potsdam@twitter.com: today we’re spending the day at the Tempelhofer Feld in the wonderful Plattenvereinigung for a lab retreat: sharing everyday skills, planning tasks for #infoplus2018 and exchanging visions for future research
RT @UCLab_Potsdam@twitter.com: Registration for #infoplus2018 just opened: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/information-conference-2018-registration-49088303437
We're all very thrilled to welcome the #infodesign/#datavis community at @FHPotsdam@twitter.com in two months!
RT @InfoPlusConf@twitter.com: ICYMI
Registration for #infoplus2018 will open on Monday, 20 Aug at 5pm (CEST):
spannende Nacherzählung der anti-feministischen und szientistischen Umdeutung des Konzepts Midlife-Crisis: https://www.deutschlandfunk.de/midlife-crisis-geschichte-eines-missverstandenen-konzepts.1184.de.html?dram:article_id=421293
what a great @email@example.com episode with Sheelagh Carpendale on infovis research! i especially appreciate her perspective on observation for design.
(i‘ve been very lucky having spent 4 years in her research group at @UCalgary@twitter.com for my PhD. lucky @SFU@twitter.com to welcome Sheelagh in Fall!)
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org Data viz innovator, researcher, and professor Sheelagh Carpendale joins us this week to tell us what our field is doing right -- and what we could be doing better. Listen at https://bit.ly/2AP5A48 for more.
RT @InfoPlusConf@twitter.com: We're excited to announce #infoplus2018 conference schedule. Check amazing lineup of speakers & presentation descriptions http://informationplusconference.com/#schedule Registration opens on 20 August.
RT @email@example.com: Just published my first piece with @firstname.lastname@example.org! I look at the strides made towards gender equity in parliament and use machine learning to measure the contribution of women MPs.
Thanks to @5050Parliament@twitter.com for the support
in her engaging @email@example.com talk on time and care @LisaBaraitser@twitter.com refers to the fascinating feminist artist Mierle Laderman Ukeles, who introduced the distinction between maintenance and development already in 1969.
RT @InfoPlusConf@twitter.com: Please remember that the #diversity scholarship application deadline is fast approaching: on 10 July! Help us spread the word to expand the inclusiveness of #infoplus2018 and share widely: http://informationplusconference.com/#diversity
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: We are extremely excited to launch the call for our 2nd CityVis competition. Submit your projects now. The best projects will be exhibited in a month long exhibition in Berlin, opening during this year's @email@example.com conference.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: 'How can we design the technological future in which we want to live?' – The AI Pattern Language book by @email@example.com is a must read! https://autonomy.datasociety.net/patternlanguage/
RT @InfoPlusConf@twitter.com: the deadline for our diversity scholarship is nearing. consider submitting an application by 10 July, especially if you would not be able to join us without financial assistance: http://informationplusconference.com/#diversity
#infoplus2018 #diversity #inclusivity
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: This week on the show, Boris Müller @email@example.com joins us to talk about visualizing our future: a future altered by global warming. Plus, he shares his insight on collaborating between science research and data vis. Listen at https://bit.ly/2I3DJLN.
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