Colorado has a lot of things to offer to people who live here: skiing, hiking, a vibrant music scene, and a huge comic book scene. That's right, Colorado not only has a thriving music scene, but is also considered one of the premier destinations for comic book enthusiasts. Being a fan of both for some … Continue reading Multimedia Mapping: where are Colorado’s most popular record shops and comic book stores?
One important thing to note with this inforgraphic is that the data shown above is changing every couple of days, and will not be fully updated until right before Thanksgiving. While most of us tend to think that once election day is over, all ballot counting verification is also over, that is actually pretty far … Continue reading How Boulder County voted infographic
http://visual.ly/track.php?q=http://visual.ly/jounalists-hit-lists&slug=jounalists-hit-listsby UNESCO.<p> From <a href='http://visual.ly?utm_source=content-embed&utm_medium=embed'>Visually</a>.</p></div> A critique of a very unsettling infographic This infographic was one of the first infographics to stand out to me due to what data it shared. I knew that it was still somewhat dangerous to be a journalist in certain parts of the world, but didn't realize that so many … Continue reading Critique of journalistic infographic
Vox has a very interesting article on incarceration rates in the United States with regards to race, drug use, and how the U.S. compares to the rest of the world. It also has maps and graphs showing that the amount of time being served has dramatically increased for murder, while remaining fairly constant for other … Continue reading How America has become a leader in Mass Incarceration, told thru data visualization maps
The following is a one minute documentary, where you are briefly introduced to "The RAP Lab", otherwise known as the Race and Popular Culture Lab that presently lives in Cristol Chemistry, right next door to the University Memorial Center on the CU Boulder campus. This is the first of two videos on the lab, with … Continue reading The RAP Lab at CU Boulder
For our 1-minute documentary, Chad Franzen and myself decided to cover the NO DAPL Live Art and Music event at madelife, an artistic space set up for advancing the creative goals artists are serious about developing. Musicians and artists combined efforts to spread awareness and fundraise for the ongoing protests of the Dakota Access … Continue reading No DAPL Live Music & Art Event
In the following clip, you will hear about what Sarah Wiebenson, the Hill Community Development Coordinator for the City of Boulder has been up to, and how two current proposals involving the Hill area may help this historic Boulder site change for the future, and hopefully for the better: Sarah and the Hill Many thanks … Continue reading Sarah and the Hill of Boulder