Journalist. Philadelphian. I tweet about media, data, news apps, pop culture, and sometimes birds.
blogs.hbr.org — Amanda Cox has been a graphics editor at the New York Times for eight years. Trained as a statistician, Cox develops visualizations across platforms, from simple print infographics to highly complex online interactive data tools. The Times is a visualization leader, but Cox believes the best is yet to come from this discipline, which she calls "both young and not young."
upstart.bizjournals.com — There's provocative new reading assignment has come up for digitally-minded (as in all) entrepreneurs: Jaron Lanier, known as the father of virtual reality, has come out with a new book, Who Owns the Future, which argues that the rise of the Internet has equated to the fall of middle class jobs.
mediabistro.com — Now you don't need a green thumb to be a skilled gardener - all you need is a thumb, period. At this year's Chelsea Flower Show, May 21-25 in London, Twitter users will be able to control the appearance of one of the display gardens.
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