A Day of Data
I figured that since I work for a privacy company, I should try and increase my own awareness of where my personal data goes. I wanted to try and figure out which companies and organizations have, in one way or another, somehow received and processed and stored my personal information. Of course, this isn’t an […]
Where I spent my time during a really long flight
It was my fault, really. I don’t like flying, and I don’t sleep well in planes, but I still booked a 28-hour flight from Manila to New York. I honestly thought I was ready for it. I had melatonin pills, a neck pillow, a sleep mask, a blanket, and a pair of socks. Knocking myself […]
Visualizing data on global warming
I was jokingly telling my partner that the best way to help prevent climate change is to just be dead because using water (processing drinking water and waste), eating (farm equipment and goat burps), and using electronics (outside of child labor, manufacturing them and connecting to data centers) all have carbon emissions. So how much […]
Where are the bikers?
I briefly visualized some of the data that I got from Indego in my last blog post, and we saw that most people used Indego for work: It spikes at 8am and then again at 5pm. Basically it showed the start of an average work day. What was also interesting was that activity basically died […]
What are your commuting habits?
I recently did a lunch and learn at my co-working space, and these are the slides that I used. This post is a little different from the content in the slides, but the gist is the same. Hope you enjoy reading it! I’ve seen a lot of wonderful data visualizations on websites like Flowing Data […]