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The blog of @ldodds



Published: 2017-08-18T18:40:15Z

 



Bath Playbills 1812-1851

2017-08-07T06:39:28Z

This weekend I published scans of over 2000 historical playbills for the Theatre Royal in Bath. Here are some notes on whey they come from and how they might be useful. The scans are all available on Flickr and have been placed into the public domain under a CC0 waiver. You’re free to use them […](image)



We can strengthen data infrastructure by analysing open data

2017-08-01T10:13:53Z

Data is infrastructure for our society and businesses. To create stronger, sustainable data infrastructure that supports a variety of users and uses, we need to build it in a principled way. Over time, as we gain experience with a variety of infrastructures supporting both shared and open data, we can identify the common elements of […](image)



Experiences with the Freestyle Libre

2017-07-31T20:01:32Z

Yesterday I implanted a sensor in my daughter. Today we have graphs. pic.twitter.com/J2Xgj1wb9X — Leigh Dodds (@ldodds) May 12, 2016 We’ve been using the Freestyle Libre for just over a year now to help my daughter manage her Type-1 diabetes. I wanted to share a few thoughts about how well it’s been working for us. I […](image)



Enabling data forensics

2017-05-18T18:54:12Z

I’m interested in how people share information, particularly data, on social networks. I think it’s something to which it’s worth paying attention, so we can ensure that it’s easy for people to share insights and engage in online debates. There’s lots of discussion at the moment around fact checking and similar ways that we can improve […](image)