today @email@example.com and i spent the morning at @BG_Museum@twitter.com, where Mark-Jan presented his MA thesis on visualizing the #RaoulHausmann collection https://uclab.fh-potsdam.de/hausmann/
discussions ensued about #infovis for provenance research and broadening access to cultural heritage
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: .@ForensicArchi are looking for eyewitness video footage of the #GrenfellTower fire to build a 3D model of what happened: http://www.grenfellmediaarchive.org/
RT @BibWiss@twitter.com: Ein kurzer Rückblick zur #dhd2018 Keynote von Sybille Krämer: https://informationswissenschaftliches.blog/2018/03/26/dhd-2018-keynote-1/
RT @email@example.com: Please share: We have an open position and look for support:
#jobs #creativetechnologies https://twitter.com/ctech_filmuni/status/978300340700315648
Always exciting to cross that threshold when some niche thing you’ve been participating in becomes “big enough” to be validated by coverage in a mainstream news media outlet:
Congrats, team 🐘!
the mother of computing, Ada Lovelace, understood mathematics as a poetical science:
comprehensive review by @firstname.lastname@example.org of the #PolitikenDesDesigns exhibition featuring (among other forms) quite a selection of critical visualization work and socially-engaged data art by @FHPotsdam@twitter.com students, alumni, colleagues: http://we-make-money-not-art.com/politics-of-design-critical-positions-from-fh-potsdam/
does anybody have a backup copy of "Readings in information visualization – Using vision to think" (eds. Card, Mackinlay, and Shneiderman, 1999)? i only have the first chapter and the whole book is not that easy to come by…
RT @email@example.com: Website with visualization works from my @UASMannheim@twitter.com students now including all projects from last years. http://infovis-mannheim.de
i'm increasingly concerned about tracking, but appreciate staying logged in with some services. does anybody know a way to shield cookies from tabs for Twitter or Google from my regular web behavior? don't want to go all incognito, cuz i like my browser history…
intriguing #digitalsociety talk by Elena Esposito on performative power of predictive algorithms manufacturing the future by reproducing the past; machine learning should learn how to learn à la "the more you know the past, the more you can expect the future to be different"
Art Palette by Simon Doury & Etienne Ferrier is a well-crafted exploration interface based on color similarities between artworks: https://artsexperiments.withgoogle.com/artpalette/
The idea is not new, but the intro animation and the ease of going through thousands of artworks is quite a feat. Well done!
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: Editor’s Choice: Visualizing Cultural Collections http://digitalhumanitiesnow.org/2018/03/editors-choice-visualizing-cultural-collections/
RT @BTroublemakers@twitter.com: Without women, the world stops. http://ift.tt/2Dbbecu
… and submit your abstract by 15 May! https://twitter.com/InfoPlusConf/status/971655119845642240
RT @InfoPlusConf@twitter.com: Our Call for Participation is out now: http://informationplusconference.com/
Many thanks to @email@example.com & @firstname.lastname@example.org for crafting our new website
RT @IEEEVISAP@twitter.com: VISAP'18 - the @email@example.com Arts Program runs from 23-26 October 2018 in Berlin. Theme for the Call for Entries this year is data and identities; submissions due on June 1st. http://visap.net
during workshop at @TU_Berlin@twitter.com on Mediatisation, Visualisation and Participation in Urban Planning @Andreas_Hepp@twitter.com speaks about Deep Mediatization as a thorough coupling between media innovation and social change that turns into a »media manifold« (joint research with @firstname.lastname@example.org)
“Beneath The Shorteners, The Web!” https://twitter.com/mtchl/status/970220310459957248
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