databyte

Julian’s Databyte #3: New Research on Data Journalism. And More.

This is a new issue of Julian’s Databyte, an occasionally published compilation of links, news and reviews from the world of open data, data journalism, internet research and political entertainment.

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Julian’s Databyte #2: Das österreichische Parteienspektrum, Ideas for Journalism Developers, a Horse. And more.

Recently, I started with a new series: Julian Databyte. This is the second edition of this occasionally published compilation of eight links from the world of data culture and beyond. Read more about the Databyte.

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Where do you stand in Austria's domestic politics? This visualization helps you to find your place.

Where do you stand in Austria’s domestic politics? This visualization helps you to find your place.

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Julian’s Databyte

Julian’s Databyte is an occasionally published compilation of eight bits (= one byte) of information: Links, news and reviews from open data, data journalism, digital media, politics, internet research. And: entertainment. Every Databyte will also feature pieces that are worth consuming when you look for distraction.

The Databyte is in English and German, depending on the source that it links to. I launch this series because Facebook and Twitter make it so difficult to retrieve content that you have shared a while ago. Databyte is also a tribute to the beginning of blogging, when people logged their tours on the web.

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Julian’s Databyte #1: Twitterpolitik, Datenjournalismus zur Bundestagswahl, Noah. And More.

I am starting with a new series here: Julian’s Databyte. An occasionally published compilation of eight bits (= 1 byte) of information: Links, news and reviews from open data, data journalism, digital media, politics, internet research. And: entertainment. Every Databyte will also feature pieces that are worth consuming when you look for distraction.

The Databyte is in English and German, depending on the source that it links to. I launch this series because Facebook and Twitter make it so difficult to retrieve content that you have shared a while ago. Databyte is also a tribute to the beginning of blogging, when people logged their tours on the web.

Here we go:

Screenshot from Twitterpolitik 2013.

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