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Fair Warning - Bitcoin, tech diversity, and a mysterious dinosaur

Hi! I missed all the hubbub from last week but I saw one of the most effective visualisations I've se
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Fair Warning - Bitcoin, tech diversity, and a mysterious dinosaur
By Sophie Warnes • Issue #62 • View online
Hi! I missed all the hubbub from last week but I saw one of the most effective visualisations I’ve seen in a while which is good (read on for that!) This week’s newsletter compiled while listening to the Cabaret soundtrack and Moulin Rouge soundtrack. Both were distracting and it was, in hindsight, a bad idea.

On the home front
Where does rent hit young people the hardest in Britain?
Over the pond
Polling the 2018 Midterm Elections in Real Time
I’m not convinced that a direct link will actually work on here (found out a few weeks ago that not all links were created equal) so here’s the chart I think is the most effective I’ve seen in quite a while. It’s from Vox and I think it’s pretty self-explanatory (see it in situ here):
Odds and ends
From Pizza To Lambos: Charting Bitcoin’s First Decade
Bit of a sick burn on the tech world, this:
From Wired magazine, via Matt Charney (click to see tweet)
From Wired magazine, via Matt Charney (click to see tweet)
Well, that’s everything for this week! If you are enjoying reading Fair Warning, please forward it to people who would also like it, encourage friends to subscribe to it, buy me a coffee to say thanks, or support Fair Warning on Patreon if you’re so inclined. I’m on Twitter @SophieWarnes.
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A weekly newsletter with anywhere between 10 and 20 links about data journalism, data visualisation, and storytelling, curated by a British data journalist and nerd. Expect politics, statistics, society and culture - all through the frame of data... With a dash of whimsy.

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