My newsletter about data viz & data journalism was sent out yesterday, might be interesting to people here https://www.getrevue.co/profile/FairWarning/issues/fair-warning-why-is-recycling-plastic-so-difficult-132679
I sat with the Minard Map, a magnifying glass, a notebook and a beer and wrote about things hiding in plain in this iconic work. Can this overused map still surprise you?
I wrote these "13 facts you didn't know" four years ago, but it got a bit of a revival online lately. There's a quick survey at the end and I'll compile the answers soon.
(I really should get better at using this community to find great things! I am too used to using Twitter...)
I write a weekly newsletter about data viz and data journalism that I send out every Sunday. Today's edition is here: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/FairWarning/issues/fair-warning-climate-change-lottery-wins-and-emo-_-131549 (you can also sign up there too!) :)
Anyway, on topic. That is why I have missed 3 weeks of newsletters. Sorry!
Been v quiet of late since I haven't been well & also preoccupied with flat hunting* and Horizon Zero Dawn
*it's remarkably similar to online dating but... I actually want a flat, and there is zero chance I will bump into one randomly in future?
On the off-chance that anyone on here is in Cardiff or knows anyone in/near Cardiff that's interested in learning about coding and vis... The first Journocoders meetup in Cardiff is at the beginning of May & you can sign up here: https://www.meetup.com/Journocoders-Cardiff/events/249616606/
I am a little confused about having to learn a new social network for the first time in, ooh, a decade. 😆But I'm sure I'll get there...! 🕵️♀️
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