I've fallen into a dream project that gets me paid to play with numbers and it's turning into an interesting template for using open data to create both commercial and public value.
A good listicle before we head off to get drunk.
Can a computer be too fast? We're about to find out, and it scares the crap out of me.
I have no idea how this guy made this vis, it's harder than it looks. But boy it's lovely!
Today's most shared front page on #skypapers
Rebel action would have triggered galactic economic collapse and biggest financial bailout in history.
This guy loves to tinker and boy is he good at it.
25km S of Yujing, Taiwan
My first big piece for Kyero, influenced largely by open data.
This ace book on D3 by Scott Murray also has a free online version.
Here's an ace way to keep your teams focused on what matters.
If you're into data even just a bit this listicle will make you pee your pants with excitement.
I rarely bookmark social media articles... unless they're honest and agree with my own metrics. This nails it. Good advice.
One case study is worth a thousand wordy tutorials. This is a monster, and it's brilliant.
This is the personal blog of Richard Speigal, a web developer in Bath.
Webunknown is my place to strip off and try things I wouldn't dare in my day job. Most are dumb, but some end up in production.
I love building things and playing with data so if I can help you do that too, please say hello.