Following May's huge defeat, Britain now has its best, and only realistic, chance of a 2nd referendum to reverse Brexit. Never been less unlikely. I'd implore wavering Brits to agitate for a people's vote. UK helped trigger this nativist-populist b'shit. It can help to reverse it
.@email@example.com crunched through 120,000 UK public sector contracts — and found 23 per cent of those awarded in 2018 involved no real competition. #ddj https://twitter.com/ftdata/status/1085114800936570880
Congratulations, you invented taxes and public education https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1082577684314632192
NEW: Cambridge Analytica said US voter @firstname.lastname@example.org had no more right to know what data the company held on him than "a Taliban sitting in a cave". Today, it pleads guilty in case brought by Britain's ICO. This is a big deal. US citizens! You have..drum roll..rights to your data! https://twitter.com/profcarroll/status/1082651577402474497
How many men and women appear in the news, and how do different publications differ in who they cite and mention?
In Sweden, @email@example.com from @firstname.lastname@example.org has built a tool to track that and publish the findings.
Check it out at @email@example.com and here http://www.prognosis.se/GE/
This was much harder than I thought. Full year 2018 time lapse animation of surface winds... in 4K! (But you need to visit YouTube for full res: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obsw9qiBnjo)
Still the longest hair in journalism. Visual journalist at Financial Times, opinions are mine alone.