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Fair Warning - The New Year Edition

Hello! I feel extremely weird saying this TWO WEEKS into 2019 but happy new year! I spent two or thre
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Fair Warning - The New Year Edition
By Sophie Warnes • Issue #67 • View online
Hello! I feel extremely weird saying this TWO WEEKS into 2019 but happy new year! I spent two or three days in 2019 feeling quite blissful but now everything has caught up with me and it is… not a good feeling. Uughh. I also read this Buzzfeed piece about millennials and burnout and it resonated a LOT.
A few things before we start: 1) No it is not Sunday. 2) There is a new job in my team as Head of Content Design if that’s your thing. 3) I am going to NICAR in March, and I am super excited. WLTM more buddies for lunching and learning. See you there!

On the home front
Climate change: Which vegan milk is best?
Over the pond
The World through the Eyes of the US
Odds and ends
Why chart legends suck and what to use instead
This is disconcerting:
Christian Endt 🇪🇺
At @SZ, we made a chart of @realDonaldTrump 's twitter habits. And found a ... pattern. https://t.co/L7bHhCeV0v
3:55 PM - 11 Jan 2019
Thanks for getting to the end of the first FW of 2019. As a thank you, have a video of a hamster solving a multi-layered maze (seriously).
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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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