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remembering the Night of Broken Glass (Reichsprogromnacht) that happened 80 years ago - foreshadowing the dark years that followed. unfortunately more relevant than ever!

RT @Urbane_Zukunft@twitter.com: Auf der Tagung »Exponat – Raum – Interaktion. Perspektiven für das Kuratieren digitaler Ausstellungen« in Gotha halten heute @vik_bru@twitter.com & @markiaaan@twitter.com vom @UCLab_Potsdam@twitter.com einen Vortrag über Visualisierung und Gestaltung digitaler Sammlungen.

Mehr zum Thema: uclab.fh-potsdam.de/vikus/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Urbane_Zukunft/sta

RT @Kantar@twitter.com: SHORTLISTED: So much history in one small object. Explore the stunning collection at the . (Credit to Marian Dörk, Flavio Gortana & team at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam) @infobeautyaward@twitter.com ow.ly/aXUm30muT7D

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Kantar/status/1060

RT @FILWD@twitter.com: Super excited to announce a new visualization blog we started with @JessicaHullman@twitter.com @dalbersszafir@twitter.com @eagereyes@twitter.com. It's called "Multiple Views". Its main goal is to make visualization research more accessible and visible. We already have 3 posts out there: medium.com/multiple-views-visu.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/FILWD/status/10602

RT @kanarinka@twitter.com: I'm thrilled to announce the first draft publication of DATA FEMINISM - a book by myself and @laurenfklein@twitter.com for @mitpress@twitter.com. We published this first draft on @pubpub@twitter.com and welcome your comments and suggestions as part of our open review process. bookbook.pubpub.org/data-femin

🐦🔗: twitter.com/kanarinka/status/1

looking forward to have @toridykes@twitter.com visit us tomorrow at @FHPotsdam@twitter.com for a guest lecture on and her work at the @TSBBerlin@twitter.com in my »Mapping Cities – Making Cities« project seminar /cc @Urbane_Zukunft@twitter.com

looking forward to have @toridykes@twitter.com' visit us at @FHPotsdam@twitter.com tomorrow for a guest lecture on and her work at the @TSBBerlin@twitter.com in my »Mapping Cities – Making Cities« project seminar /cc @Urbane_Zukunft@twitter.com

RT @UCLab_Potsdam@twitter.com: explore this growing aggregation of numismatic collections held by German universities in the COINS visualization: visualize.numid.online 💰

if you're curious about the strange arrangements, read our paper: olh.openlibhums.org/articles/1 📃

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🐦🔗: twitter.com/UCLab_Potsdam/stat

thank you, @jschwabish@twitter.com @jburnmurdoch@twitter.com @visualisingdata@twitter.com @wiederkehra@twitter.com, for your take on the presentations and discussions at - can’t believe it’s already more than a week ago…

RT @jschwabish@twitter.com All-star lineup with @jburnmurdoch@twitter.com, @visualisingdata@twitter.com, and @wiederkehra@twitter.com to chat about the @InfoPlusConf@twitter.com in a special episode of | policyviz.com/podcast/episode-

🐦🔗: twitter.com/jschwabish/status/

nice turnout to the casual through Neuköln, Berlin.

@seb_meier@twitter.com is telling us about social contrasts and new uses of blacksmith workshops, breweries, and warehouses.

next stop: - a defunct airfield

@veloclubdeVIS@twitter.com

RT @UCLab_Potsdam@twitter.com: earlier at , Florian Windhager and @kaglinka@twitter.com presented our survey paper on visualizing cultural heritage collection data – a collaboration between @donau_uni@twitter.com @tuvienna@twitter.com @fhpotsdam@twitter.com @museum4punkt0@twitter.com

Read: uclab.fh-potsdam.de/wp/wp-cont
Browse: ieg.ifs.tuwien.ac.at/~federico

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🐦🔗: twitter.com/UCLab_Potsdam/stat

RT @maartenzam@twitter.com: 4 "missing body" problems according to @kanarinka@twitter.com at :
1. A profound inequity and asymmetry in data
2. Data sets and data workers reflect structural oppression
3. Bodies undercounted, uncounted, overcounted
4. Bodies invisible: “white” and “male” are the default

🐦🔗: twitter.com/maartenzam/status/

anybody at enjoying cycling, but not prepared for 100km ride on Saturday? join @seb_meier@twitter.com and me Friday 3pm in front of Estrel for a casual post-conference bike ride through Berlin. The weather is looking dry so far…

goo.gl/rZLUs7

@veloclubdeVIS@twitter.com

in @Birdbassador@twitter.com's talk »Looks Good To Me: Visualizations As Sanity Checks«, Michael mentions useful terms for mismatches betw vis & data:

- hallucinator: diff vis, same data
- confuser: same vis, diff data

from @glk1@twitter.com & @scheidegger@twitter.com's algebraicvis.net

now @dietoff@twitter.com is talking about the wonderful Art of the March (@artofthemarch) project - an impromptu archive of the Boston Women’s March!

try out the visualization by @chrispiecom@twitter.com of the 6000+ images:
vikusviewer.fh-potsdam.de/arto

now @HeikeOtten_@twitter.com & @len_hil@twitter.com are presenting shifted-maps.com - a hybrid visualization technique for personal movement data that blends network and map representations inspired by situationist psychography

@visapnet@twitter.com

Cycles and (A)Symmetry by @charles_perin@twitter.com is beautiful design-research on personal/temporal data visualization:
charlesperin.net/publis/2018_V

Great work, Charles!

@visapnet@twitter.com
RT @HexenKoenig@twitter.com Let’s make visualizations of personal data more personal—a subjective POV @charles_perin@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/HexenKoenig/status

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