Monthly Archives: August 2014

Very swag

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Research is a messy business

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Groundswell

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Conversations on walls

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What’s the writing on the wall?

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  Morning interview today with National Country Radio. Tomorrow morning arrange a time with ABC. ‘Must air’ messages: People understand in different ways. Art and science are not self-evident. Words are needed to convey meanings. Reflective listening assures that meaning … Continue reading

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Living Data: Evolving Conversations bump-in

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  The bump-in is well and truly under-way, but still awaiting some pretty special items.

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Visualising acidification

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Please ‘Reply to All’ if you would like your responses to this story included in a conversation in the LD Blog. (Direct Comments are currently turned “off” due to increasing Spam and lack of time to manage this.) Date: Tue, … Continue reading

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Media release

The Living Data media release is a collaborative affair. Text written and spoken by me and Anita, with input from collaborators, is arranged by marketing people and returned to us for checking. Here’s my checked version: Art and science combine … Continue reading

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Unseeale biology

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Peter Ralph recommends TED talks: How animations can help scientists test a hypothesis http://www.ted.com/talks/janet_iwasa_how_animations_can_help_scientists_test_a_hypothesis Unseeable biology http://www.ted.com/talks/drew_berry_animations_of_unseeable_biology

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We design tests for our hypothesis

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Hypothesis: that exhibits expressing thought and feeling are appealing and convey accurate information.

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