🚨 NEWS NERD ALARM 🚨
Hacks/Hackers Berlin is back in March! Join us in the brand new newsroom of taz, Germany's original progressive, independent and cooperative-owned newspaper to discuss open source tools, funding, and nonprofit journalism. https://www.meetup.com/Hacks-Hackers-Berlin/events/259937292/
Four language Wikipedias — German, Czech, Danish, and Slovak — have decided to black out the sites in opposition to the current version of the EU Copyright Directive. https://wikimediafoundation.org/2019/03/20/four-wikipedias-to-black-out-over-eu-copyright-directive/
📢 Alright, Berlin news nerds listen up: The Hacks/Hackers meetup is back with a special edition on maps & journalism! See you next Tuesday at the Zeit Online newsroom. https://www.meetup.com/Hacks-Hackers-Berlin/events/259119561/
The text of the EU #copyright directive has been finalised and it looks fierce. @Senficon@twitter.com has everything you need to know about the proposed European link tax and upload filters. And explains what *you* can do to stop it! ✊ https://juliareda.eu/2019/02/eu-copyright-final-text/
☀️📈 It’s official: 2018 was the fourth hottest year in 140 years of recorded history – with the five hottest years being the last five. My colleague @email@example.com has taken a closer look at the numbers. https://blog.datawrapper.de/weeklychart-2018-fourth-hottest-year/
📈 Chart of the week: @firstname.lastname@example.org makes great charts that go beyond what you thought was possible with @email@example.com. Check out his very complicated, very simple range plot. https://blog.datawrapper.de/weeklychart-90degreedotplot/
Big announcement: I have a new job! Monday is my first day at Datawrapper, where I will help to make even better data vis tools. 🙌 https://www.datawrapper.de/
The slides from my #35c3 talk about the ideas and technology behind the Datenguide project are now online.
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