Visual ⁉️: A process in progress

I've always been a fan of marginalia. Likewise, I've been known to use a post-it or two (or five) from time to time. Why? Sometimes it's just easier to communicate when you keep your visual options open.

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πŸ‘πŸ“š Part 1: rgoodreads πŸ“¦

There are very few things considered normal (in the ordinary sense of the word) about my reading habits. Let's just say that, when I saw #BookLoversDay was trending on Twitter, my first thought was: it me! However, it also served as a reminder of my struggles regarding reading and normalcy

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Boston EARL Keynote

The rumors are true 😱, I'll be speaking at the β€œEnterprise Applications of the R Language” (better known as EARL) conference in Boston. Technically, it's a keynote (πŸ—πŸ“). But, since I've never even given a regular note, I can't really say whether or not there will be more πŸ”‘s involved than usual.

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GIF-ted: from video to GIF in Photoshop

How to make Tweetable GIFs from video, using Photoshop

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Ceci n'est pas un conf.

Meta lesson learned This is not the post I originally intended to write about the rOpenSci Unconf (and, I promise, this isn’t just a lame attempt to take the Magritte joke a step further). Rather, what follows is wisdom gleaned both at the unconf, and in in my (failed) attempts to write the aforementioned original post capturing my unconf experience.1 HUGOMORE42 In our two days of un-conferring, there were 20 packages written by ~70 participants.

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