Month: March 2011

  • A Sticky, Engaging, and Valuable Talk on Data Journalism

    I’m going to throw a bunch of data at you now. I want to pass along some great information I discovered tonight, but my brain is having trouble getting into a decent writing mode. Regard this as a jumbled bag of nice quality chocolate instead of a nicely laid out tray of nice quality chocolates. […]

  • Igniting Accessibility for Ignite Denmark

    Giving a 5-minute Ignite presentation is such an amazing learning experience. The expression mind-blowing is suitable to use. What’s Ignite? It’s an inspiration network. You have 5 minutes and 20 slides to “ignite” the audience with your passion. O’Reilly has the Ignite story for you. I think anyone who carries the label “communicator” ought to […]

  • I give you – French Cheesecake

    Another memory from my days at Carleton College hits the blog. The campus had (has) several special interest residential houses, including French House. It was a place people wanted to live when they had been on an exchange program to the university in Pau, France. They also had events that anyone was welcome to attend. […]