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5 posts worth reading: data journalism, crisis mapping, Twitter and a creative YouTube campaign

By Timo on May 21, 2012 07:45 am

Like many consultants, I spend a lot of time reading articles and blog posts from around the web. Here are some posts I found particularly interesting. This time they are about data journalism, crisis mapping, Twitter and a creative YouTube video.
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Blog hacked, blog fixed

By Timo on May 17, 2012 01:09 pm

I suppose getting your blog/website hacked s another rite of passage that is now behind me. What had made this so scary for me was that I myself couldn't see the hack since the malware that had been snuck into the code only displayed text and links selectively to users and my IP, language preference or browsers didn't meet these criteria.
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Would you let your logisticians manage your Twitter account?

By Timo on May 16, 2012 12:15 pm

Greenpeace UK is starting an interesting experiment: for the next six weeks, their main Twitter account will be open to all staff members.
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How the UN want to use Big Data to spot crises

By Timo on May 15, 2012 09:18 am

Robert Kirkpatrick from the UN's Global Pulse team is talking about how United Nations agencies would like to use big data to search for crises in real-time. It's a fascinating talk about how his team has been using data mining techniques to monitor food prices and what more could be done.
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Photographer sues AFP for 120 million over Twitter-photos

By Timo on May 14, 2012 09:10 am

A photographer is suing AFP and Getty Images for 120 million US Dollars over photos that he had taken in Haiti after the earthquake and which he had shared on Twitter.
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