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Alberto Cairo
Knight Chair at the U of Miami. Upcoming book: How Charts Lie (Fall 2019). Previous: The Truthful Art and The Functional Art
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Z 12h
Instead of mocking Stephen Miller's spray-on hair, we should be working to stop his vile policies. Whoa. Just saw the hair. We can multitask.
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Justin Miller 6h
If what Giuliani appears to have said is true about Trump Tower Moscow project discussions stretching into November 2016, it would mean Trump was receiving Russian government assistance while he knew they executed a criminal scheme to elect him.
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aaron steckelberg 7h
Really love these graphics.
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Alberto Cairo 7h
Damn Twitter handles :-)
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Elijah Meeks Dec 7
My keynote from wherein I do my best to outline the factors at play in modern that require us to think differently about our products, approaches and community.
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Tom Nichols 10h
To recap, the President of the United States is calling someone a rat for cooperating with *the Justice Department he oversees* When Trumpers harrumph about "show me the attacks on the rule of law," this is a prime example.
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Brent Baker 11h
Video: Phil Inquirer’s : Mueller has uncovered “biggest electoral conspiracy in American history” with “dramatic evidence of collusion....We have all the proof we need of a scandal that’s arguably worse than Watergate.” : “Are some in the press too timid?”
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Tom Nichols Dec 15
Also, becoming increasingly clear that the Weekly Standard didn't "go" out of business, it was *put* out of business by its owner, which tells you more about him than about the magazine.
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Alberto Cairo 11h
Replying to @aberron
Y haciendo malabares con tres tochos de Reverte, chaval
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southpaw 14h
Good morning. The President is openly referring to a person who cooperated with a federal criminal investigation as a “Rat.” Not the President of the Ravenite Social Club or the Winter Hill Gang... the President of the United States.
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Chuck Wendig 17h
weird it’s almost like the bullshit hashtags and pop culture boycott movements of small-minded bigots not only don’t work but maybe achieve the opposite
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Jennifer Rubin 15h
The Weekly Standard’s editors and writers refused to prostitute themselves to the Trumpists. In doing so, they stood as a continuing rebuke to those who jettisoned integrity for access and traded ideals for fame.
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Elie Honig 14h
I worked mafia cases for years in SDNY, mainly Gambino and Genovese. I usually hesitate to make this comparison but here it is completely warranted. This - calling somebody who provides information to law enforcement a “rat” - is straight up mob boss language.
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Jeet Heer Dec 15
If only the English language had a much more succinct way to say "made false and misleading statements"!
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Michael E. Mann 13h
Still time to purchase a copy of the updated edition of The for your skeptical uncle Joe in time for the holidays! : : :
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Alberto Cairo 13h
Replying to @aberron
Dostoievsky, qué vulgaridad. Nosotros discutimos sobre cómo leer 'El Hombre Sin Atributos' de Musil en su alemán original y al revés para detectar mensajes ocultos
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Alberto Cairo 13h
New book! Fantastic!
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Alberto Cairo 16h
Yes, it's quite limited. In these cases, though, data was often curated by Google folks before being used
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Alberto Cairo 16h
(Cont.) A third one before I go (as I said, I'll write a blog post with all projects): visualized searches for diets and taught herself some d3.js: Making-of article: cc thanks to for her help!
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Alberto Cairo 16h
(Cont.) visualized the history of women in comedy … combining charts and hand-drawn portraits cc Here's her proposal with some sketches I'll soon write a blog post collecting all these class
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