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Lately, some of the best articles in the NY Times and Bloomberg are 99% code. The end-product is predominantly software, not prose.
Here’s an example: the NY Times’ mapping of migration in the US.
On Monday, I gave a presentation about incarceration and data. It was, by far, the worst presentation I’ve given, and it upset and offended audience members. I’m truly sorry, and this is an attempt to outline the general feedback that I received and lessons that I’ve learned.
I’ve been receiving a lot of questions about the project, almost to the point of “death by a thousand nit-picks.” Here’s an FAQ using real responses from this project.
Synesthesia is a neurological phenomenon where people associate colors, sound, numbers, and letters with other senses. Sounds have color. Color elicits taste. Numbers trigger…