Monthly Archives: August 2016

Lost in the Stacks round-up: the Data Rules series

For this series, we wanted to know: “How does data rule us, and how should we rule data?” We asked a data librarian, an engineering professor, a data visualization designer, an artist, and ourselves. The series includes accordions, value p, glitches, PhDs, confusion, metrics, blueprints, reports, significance, and an MC5 cover.

Part 1: Data Librarianship: Naked and Afraid with Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh

Part 2: Statistical Significance with Pete Ludovice

Part 3: Data as Wood with Nicholas Felton aka Feltron

Part 4: Data Driven Decisions with Marlee Givens

Part 5: Data as Packet-Switching Glitch Art with Joelle Dietrick

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Lost in the Stacks, Episode 313: Data as Packet-Switching Glitch Art

Part 5 of DATA RULES

Guest: Joelle Dietrick of Davidson College.

Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2016/08/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-august-5th-2016-data-as-packet-switching-glitch-art-episode-313/

First broadcast August 5 2016.

“Sometimes I find the most interesting moment in my research is when I have a chance encounter with something I wasn’t expecting.”

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