A look back at two weeks of Data Fest 19 Fringe events in Aberdeen, and how these fit with the Data Together theme. Plus an inevitable update on my reading (Orwell again).
At work we operate a number of Twitter Accounts, and we have been monitoring the number followers each has, on a monthly basis, for a number of years. The collection of the data – which we normally put into a
Have you ever wanted to use the APIs of the main Social Media platforms, to download and analyse data, manipulate it and combine it with other data sources? Then this excellent, updated book is for you. [AMAZONPRODUCTS asin=”1449367615″] The sample
As I walked to work earlier this week, I spotted some extremely piss-poor driving (PPD). This happens several times a week. Since I walk mainly the same 1.5 mile route (ie the quickest one) and usually leave at about the
In the last couple of weeks I’ve read of two novel approaches to publishing books. If you are a fan of Cory Doctorow (http://twitter.com/#!/doctorow) then you’ll probably be aware of his long history of challenging traditional publishing models. Back in
Excellent presentation on social networks from @padday http://bit.ly/cxczIn “Anonymity, trust and openness on the social intranet” – http://icio.us/ierkz5 “A Brief Guide To Reaching Unbelievably High Levels Of Participation In Your Online Community” http://icio.us/dvpjsx “The Social Network: Facebook’s intriguing world revealed”