Archive for October, 2010
The next JellyLiverpool is on Thursday 4th November 2010 and will again be held at Parr St Studio 2. We’ll be there from 9am so come and join us….you never know who you might meet.
If you missed last month’s, you missed the opportunity to work in a fantastic city centre location among a group of smart and creative people whose areas of expertise range from web designers, smart phone ‘app’ developers to legal eagles, psychologists, marketing & educational researchers … plus of course the free wifi, free coffee and on this occasion a bacon buttie!
Check out our main JellyLivepool page for more information.
The Wired City Reconnected events are ‘collaborative’ networking events aimed at the digital, creative and ICT businesses interested in potential collaborations or the chance to share and exchange ideas. The events are facilitated by Les, Fiona and Immy of Alba Associates, who provide a bespoke matching and introduction service prior to the event. Wired City Reconnected (WCR) events are all about making the best use of your time, by providing an invaluable networking opportunity, whether your business has a current skills gap or you are looking to collaborate with others to meet new or current clients’ needs you could benefit from attending the Wired City Events.
WCR events seek to offer businesses a new and refreshing option to the sales pitched, speed dating and other unspecific and open networking events. There are no speakers at this event…. Read the rest of this entry »
I have just stumbled on this lovely video on data driven journalism via O’Reilly Radar.
‘Journalists are coping with the rising information flood by borrowing data visualization techniques from computer scientists, researchers and artists. Some newsrooms are already beginning to retool their staffs and systems to prepare for a future in which data becomes a medium. But how do we communicate with data, how can traditional narratives be fused with sophisticated, interactive information displays?’
You can watch the full version with annotations and links at datajournalism.stanford.edu.