Lots of meetings about grants, some data charts and analyses. Our hope of meeting someone every friday for lunch has failed two weeks in a row, but we’re atleast getting out during the week for lunches with folks.
The Data Journalism Handbook
The Data Journalism Handbook is a Creative Common’s licensed book about using data in reporting. This article is my contribution to the book.
Skólapúlsinn: At the intersection of education and technology
This is an article written for a local computer magazine in Iceland. It describes much of the skólapúlsinn projects I am involved in along with how we fused technology and education using open source software.
Five Simple Steps: Designing with Data
Over the last 6-7 months, I have been working on an introductory book. It is over 40,000 words on the topic of charts and graphs. It is more interesting that it sounds. I managed to sneak past the editor sections about crop-circles and the holy grail.
Print on Demand
The world of print has always been too complicated, expensive and elusive for most people, but now under economic pressures, doors that were never available are slowly being pried open so that we can print to a heidelberg just as easy as an inkjet.