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Video: what happens when you get a bunch of data journalists together to discuss journalism

Last night O’Reilly’s Alex Howard hosted this Google hangout with data journalists from the US – and I got to join in too. There’s Brian Boyer (the genius behind the Panda project), AP’s Michelle Minkoff, Anthony DeBarros and more

Is the ONS really open data?

There’s an interesting piece on the O’Reilly Radar blog this week by Alex Howard on the state of UK open data. Based on a recent report (warning: PDF) by Deloitte’s for the Open Data Institute. It’s interesting because it paints a state of the nation which – according to a blogpost by researcher Harvey Lewis … … Continue reading

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