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Journalism in the Age of Data

    Featuring (in order of appearance):

  • Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viégas, now at Google
  • Ben Fry, design and software consultant
  • Aaron Koblin, Google
  • Jeffrey Heer, Stanford University
  • Jim Ray, MSNBC.com
  • Amanda Cox, and her colleagues, Steve Duenes, Matthew Ericson, The New York Times
  • J. Paige West, MSNBC.com
  • Scott Byrne-Fraser, BBC News Online
  • Sarah Slobin, Wall Street Journal
  • Nigel Holmes, information graphics designer
  • John Grimwade, Condé Nast
  • Kevin Quealy, The New York Times
  • Richard Koci Hernandez, UC-Berkeley
  • Alberto Cairo, Editora Globo
  • Kris Viesselman, Society for News Design
  • Álvaro Valiño, Publico newspaper
  • Thomas Molén, Svenska Dagbladet
  • Nicholas Felton, information designer
  • Eric Rodenbeck, Stamen
  • Ola Rosling, ex-Google
  • Dana Priest, Washington Post
  • Shawn Allen, Stamen
  • Paul Steiger, ProPublica
  • Chase Davis, CaliforniaWatch.com
  • Eric Dédier, LeMonde.fr
  • Lisa Pickoff-White, CaliforniaWatch.org
  • Prof. Michael Stoll, University of Augsberg, Germany
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