Lorenz Matzat: Weatherstations

Session 1: Data Production, Usage and Integration Background: Builds political applications so citizens can understand what their government is doing. One of the founders of the open data network in Germany. – access to or production of structured datasets – provide raw data dor the users alogn with the story: as a spreadsheet, and/or interactive… Read more Lorenz Matzat: Weatherstations

Jonathan Gray: Open Data and Data Driven Journalism

Session 1: Data Production, Usage and Integration From rivalrous goods (print) to non-rivalrous goods (bits). We need to move beyond datasets used to illustrate reports. There is an opportunity for an ecosystem of open data: – small pieces, loosely joined – easy to reuse, easy to recombine – lots of contributors/maintainers – distributed, decentralised –… Read more Jonathan Gray: Open Data and Data Driven Journalism

Data-Driven Journalism: Status and Outlook

Data-driven Journalism: What is There to learn? Organized by the European Journalism Centre Opening – Mirko Lorenz: Five Ws (and one H) Premise: data provides a new perspective for journalism. Where do journalists meet within the new field of data-driven journalism? What is their common ground? Programming journalists versus storytelling journalists. Data-driven journalism (DDJ) is… Read more Data-Driven Journalism: Status and Outlook

Photos Literanita #3

Literanita is a literary evening at De Nieuwe Anita in Amsterdam where writers and poets present their work. The theme of the third edition was politics with the Dutch elections coming up in a week. More photos on Flickr.

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