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Fair Warning - Trade Wars, Warming Stripes, and Galileo

Hello! It's nothing to do with data, but if you haven't read Henry Mance's Lunch with Jordan Peterson
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Fair Warning - Trade Wars, Warming Stripes, and Galileo
By Sophie Warnes • Issue #52 • View online
It’s nothing to do with data, but if you haven’t read Henry Mance’s Lunch with Jordan Peterson (it’s out of the paywall) then you must, because it is one of the best things I’ve read this week.

I first had this in my head on Monday as I walked into work listening to Depeche Mode and it’s been bugging me all week so it feels good to finally get it out there:
Words are very unnecessary
Words are very unnecessary
On the home front
Over the pond
The Number of Female Chief Executives Is Falling
Warming stripes
I’m back in London for about a week at the end of June for a couple of things: First, I’m going to Dataiku’s EGG conference to give a short talk about Fair Warning (yes, this very newsletter… how meta 🤔), and what I’ve learned from writing it. Then I’m running a workshop about data visualisation at the CIJ Summer Conference at Goldsmiths. I’m hoping to stick around for some other workshops and talks as well.
That’s all for this week, thanks for reading. If you like this newsletter, please forward it to people, encourage friends to subscribe to it, buy me a coffee or support Fair Warning on Patreon. I’m on Twitter @SophieWarnes.
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