Category Archives: Housekeeping

New date for free training on using data to make more money from freelancing: 9 June

If you missed my training course on Using data to make more money from freelancing last December, it is scheduled to run again on Friday 9 June at Equity’s offices on Upper St Martin’s Lane in London. (If you attended … Continue reading

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New email newsletter: Predictably bad

I have just sent out the first edition of my new email newsletter, which I plan to publish each month or thereabouts. It covers what I’ve been working on – in this issue, my data journalism course at City Lit … Continue reading

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New maps with Mapbox

Following my exploration of alternatives to Google Maps for ComputerWeekly.com, I have transferred my map of articles to Mapbox, which relies on OpenStreetMap. The data on the articles is held in a Google Sheet, and can be shown in a … Continue reading

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New one-day NUJ data journalism training course on 18 May

The National Union of Journalists has scheduled two new dates for my one-day course of data journalism training: Monday 18 May and Monday 9 November, both at the NUJ’s office on Gray’s Inn Road in London. This course is aimed … Continue reading

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To monitor news on councils, you need Council News Monitor

Any chunk of text that includes ‘delighted’ or ‘excited’ in the first sentence looks like a dull press release. So how about this: I am chuffed to announce the commercial launch of the first service from Public Service Intelligence Limited, … Continue reading

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