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I am in a London pub that is definitely part of the colonies tonight.
RT @LukewarmToddy: The next player to do a heart hand sign into a TV camera should get a 10 match ban.
New data puts @FT #indyref poll-of-polls at NO:49%; YES:37%. Ex-undecided: NO:57%, YES:43%. http://www.ft.com/cms... https://twitter.com/martins...
RT @espn: So, this kid is pumped for #GER vs. #ALG. https://twitter.com/espn...
... We use the raw data.
Who fact checks the hackademics? My answer: We do. That's why
Ok, we're done here. @JoannaUK has asked her obligatory tough question of the evening. #hhldn
RT @kcorrick: "Journalists are not necessarily the best at survey design". Lovely quote of the evening. #statstics #knowyourlimits #hhldn
RT @kcorrick: Running question theme tonight: how much did this cost? #hhldn
Important point by @mattliddy: ppl will want to know methodology on academic collaborations. You need to be transparent about this. #hhldn
RT @jamesrbuk: Philip Meyer, once a journo and now an academic, wrote a seminal data journalism book, "Precision Journalism" – in 1973. #hhldn.
.@mattliddy on the benefits of using academic data in journalism. Sounding strangely familiar! #hhldn
WSJ started on its WWI project 8 mos ago. 30+ worked on it and 55 writers.1.2m pv in 4 days, 7min dwell. inhttp://online.wsj.com/ww1/ #hhldn
RT @elliot_bentley: The Guardian's custom CMS, before and after #hhldn https://twitter.com/elliot_...
... Ah, but it doesn't integrate with print workflow. Hmm. Minor problem. #hhldn
UX focused on the needs of journalists. Yes, this is crucial. #hhldn
... Not convinced by the moderation example, though. There is a well-developed market for tools for this. #HHLdn
.@aj_ux says "build your own tools or die". Sceptical. #hhldn
At #hhldn in Twitter UK's very shiny HQ.
RT @FT: FT 100 years ago: 'Stock markets have been scarcely affected by the assassination of the heir to the Austrian throne' https://twitter.com/FT...
RT @r_g: Now this is proper sports reporting: Were England the unluckiest team in the World Cup group stages? | FT Data http://blogs.ft.com/ftdata...
RT @tomgara: WSJ measured the time each World Cup team spends writhing on the ground in fake agony. http://online.wsj.com/article... https://twitter.com/dkberma...
RT @oliver_ralph: So there's a guy whose job it is to test drive dolphins for the FT http://www.ft.com/cms...
Oh good, not just me then> RT @skirchy: Go USA! Go Germany! #conflicted
RT @felixsalmon: An amazing infographic about what’s at stake in Thursday’s World Cup matches: https://twitter.com/bengree... ^ @bengreenman
RT @rmilneNordic: In honour of Germany v US tonight here's my 2006 profile of Jurgen Klinsmann, the great moderniser http://www.ft.com/cms... @KuperSimon
RT @KevinQ: A work in progress, but it'll be ready for tmrw's World Cup game. 984 Ways the US Can Advance: http://www.nytimes.com/interac... https://twitter.com/KevinQ...
RT @graemewearden: Samaras saves Greece from an unwelcome exit, eh?
RT @ravisomaiya: "Biting other people is a habit that is, at best, unattractive. It lacks sublety and nuance." http://www.nytimes.com/1994...
Our Isis in Iraq updates map, now with a new terrain layer by @Mapbox http://www.ft.com/ig... @ian_villeda @lxbarth https://twitter.com/martins...
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