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Who Needs an Ethnographer? Update

The folks over at Ethnography Matters picked up my post Who Needs an Ethnographer? considering the ways that a volunteer ethnographic project could be designed and how it could be community-led.  I’m chuffed to bits to be featured on Ethnography Matters which I think is a fantastic publication with a great archive of useful insights. … Continue reading

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Data for Good: DataKind’s Data Dive, 6-8 June 2014

This weekend I volunteered for my first Data Dive, DataKind UK’s initiative to connect data scientists with charities and social organisations to help them tackle some of their biggest challenges.  This month’s Data Dive focused on Buttle UK, the Access Project, Shooting Star Chase and Citizens Advice Bureau, looking at a range of issues from … Continue reading

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Storify of International Women’s Day WomenTechmakers Summit at Google Campus London

I celebrated International Women’s Day by attending a women in technology one-day conference hosted by WomenTechmakers and Google in London.  WomenTechmakers and Google partnered to host events all over the world, including one in London.  I had some fantastic conversations throughout the day.  One of my favourite parts was finding myself suddenly thrown into the … Continue reading

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Blog for Little Miss Geek: Humanities Students Make Great Geeks

The lovely folks over at Little Miss Geek, who run an initiative designed to inspire more women and girls to get into technical careers, allowed me to write a post for them on why humanities students make great geeks.  Digital technology pervades all aspects of our lives and careers, a trend that looks like it’s … Continue reading