Monthly Archives: March 2010

Getting to grips with data visualisation

This is my first word tree, made today using Many Eyes and the full text of the Chancellor’s Budget speech from the FT – I happened to pick out ‘Economy’ but this is a living visualisation so it can be … Continue reading

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Newspapers and Ronald McDonald – guest post by Neil MacDonald

I was talking to friend and colleague Neil MacDonald (over on Twitter as xxnapoleonsolo) the other day about dodos. It had been a long, rather difficult week, and I happened to express the opinion that dodos deserved everything they got, … Continue reading

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This is not a blog post… this is a confession

This was quite a taxing post to write. It took me a while to work through my thoughts and I suspect it might irritate some as, essentially, it advocates allowing the people we interview to see and change copy before … Continue reading

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