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Visualising data & elegant code: Reflections on a talk by Warren Sack

Warren Sack from UC Santa Cruz gave a talk at Sussex on Friday, part of the Digital Humanities series of the Digital theme. His work is exhiting and tries to find new ways (or create these new ways) of bridging narrative and code. He’s done converstation mapping which is interesting to me primarily because I used Issue Crawler to approach (search and visualie) women’s groups online.

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