Data, Statistics and Visualisations

Ch:Cariou | Freelance Economist & Researcher (PhD) from Nantes + Asst Professeur at Sciences Po Rennes. | View selected work.

Here, I collect and annotate materials for my courses and projects, I talk about my course on new media and social media and I present my sketches and my projects.

April 18, 2014
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April 14, 2014
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helloyoucreatives:

Graffiti drones. 

April 2, 2014
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helloyoucreatives:

Paper’s future is looking pretty crappy.

April 1, 2014
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En règle générale, si du contenu est destiné à être sexuellement gratifiant, il est probable qu’il ne soit pas accepté sur Google Play

— Sexe et nudité - Centre d’aide Android Developer (via no-flux)

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helloyoucreatives:

 

DO IT FOR DENMARK 

March 19, 2014
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I Think Twitter Should Buy Nuzzel Immediately, Before Yahoo or Flipboard Does →

stoweboyd:

I got access to Nuzzel today, and it is going to immediately join Flipboard as one of the few apps I religiously use everyday to make sense of my Twitter flow. Nuzzel cross-tabulates my incoming stream of tweets, and yields the stories that a whole bunch of my scene are talking about in Twitter….


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The web should be a neutral medium. The openness of the web is really, really important. It’s important for the open markets, for the economy and for democracy.

— As the Web Turns 25, Tim Berners-Lee, its Creator Talks About Its Future - NYTimes.com (via no-flux)

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Interviewly pulls AMAs from Reddit and makes them readable. Now we can easily find out what John Malkovich would do if there were a bat in his house.

theavc:

Interviewly pulls AMAs from Reddit and makes them readable. Now we can easily find out what John Malkovich would do if there were a bat in his house.

March 18, 2014
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You never know who you might bump into at TED… pic.twitter.com/T0tl9xDSXe
— Chris Anderson (@TEDchris) 18. März 2014

futurescope:

prostheticknowledge:

FUJI CANNON

Online Twitter app by NETRO can take lengthy portrait image and split it, presenting it as a series of tweets in your timeline.

Try it out for yourself here

March 15, 2014
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…Instagram beat its parent company for loyalty in the coveted 18-25 demo.

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STUDY: Which Social Networks Inspire the Greatest Brand Dependence? | PR Newser 

A lot of great findings from this study, including: 

  • Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest each scored greater dependency ratings among women
  • Men generally tended to place more value on video, giving higher ranks to YouTube, Snapchat, Vine and Vimeo
  • Reddit and Tumblr were right behind the big four (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest) in nearly every category.

Get it, Tumblr. 

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March 7, 2014
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entertainmentweekly:

Oh hey, Tumblr — your boyfriend snagged another magazine cover!

entertainmentweekly:

Oh hey, Tumblr — your boyfriend snagged another magazine cover!


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Suffirait-il d’analyser ces logos imagés pour savoir quelles valeurs propage Google? Il a publié en tout 1895 Doodle entre le 28 août 1998 et le 31 décembre 2013. Nous les avons tous analysés à la lumière des mots-clés qui y sont liés.

— Enquête: Ce que Google ne vous dit pas sur ses Doodle - News High-Tech: Web - lematin.ch (via no-flux)

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100 Years of Photographs Now Free to Embed →

futurejournalismproject:

The News: 

Getty Images is dropping the watermark for the bulk of its collection, in exchange for an open-embed program that will let users drop in any image they want, as long as the service gets to append a footer at the bottom of the picture with a credit and link to the licensing page. For a small-scale WordPress blog with no photo budget, this looks an awful lot like free stock imagery.

Implications abound but this one is particularly interesting:

The biggest effect might be on the nature of the web itself. Embeds from Twitter and YouTube are already a crucial part of the modern web, but they’ve also enabled a more advanced kind of link rot, as deleted tweets and videos leave holes in old blog posts. If the new embeds take off, becoming a standard for low-rent WordPress blogs, they’ll extend that webby decay to the images themselves. On an embed-powered web, a change in contracts could leave millions of posts with no lead image, or completely erase a post like this one.


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True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto debunks crazy fan theories and hints about what’s next for the series.

rollingstone:

True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto debunks crazy fan theories and hints about what’s next for the series.