January 25, 2012 · 7:44 pm
Kickstarter data dude Fred Berenson visualized conversations around SOPA on Twitter: View visualization
His data crunching strongly implies that I’ve been a “supernode” on this story. I’m not surprised, given how closely I’ve been following how the Web is changing Washington — or vice versa.
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Tagged as data journalism, data visualization, social media, SOPA, Twitter
October 26, 2011 · 12:20 pm
This week, I’m down in Florida at the Poynter Institute as a “visiting faculty member,” talking about social media and politics. My first presentation, embedded below, was on the promise of open data journalism.