A podcast on data and how it affects our lives — with Enrico Bertini and Moritz Stefaner
United States
146 episodes
since Feb. 14, 2012


Download: MP3 Audio48 MB MPEG-4 AAC Audio37 MB Matt Daniels from The Pudding [Our podcast is fully listener-supported. That’s why you don’t have to listen to ads! Please consider becoming a supporter on Patreon or sending us a one-time donation through Paypal. And thank you!] We have Matt Daniels on the show again (after more than 3 years!). Matt is the CEO of The Pudding, a collective of journalist-engineers that create visual essays that explain ideas debated in culture. Their pieces are incredibly engaging, somewhat witty and always stunning from the visual point of view. Since our first interview with Matt, The Pudding has been hugely successful with visual essays being very popular and highly debated at the same time. The Pudding has also a very interesting business structure being partially financed by its readers and accepting submissions for visual pieces developed by freelancers. On the show we talk about what the Pudding is and how it operated. We also comment on some of the most popular pieces. And finally Matt provides more details on how you can get involved with the Pudding and work with them if you want. Links Matt Daniels from The PuddingProject: Ali Wong – The Structure of Stand-Up ComedyProject: Women’s Pockets are InferiorInside The Pudding: The working processBook: Creativity Inc.How to get involved with The Pudding: the backlogThe Pudding GitHub repositorySupport The Pudding on PatreonHow to pitch ideas to The Pudding The Pudding: Ali Wong. The Structure of Stand-Up ComedyThe Pudding: Women’s pockets are inferior Related episodes Data Journalism at ProPublica w/ Scott Klein Polygraph and The Journalist Engineer Matt Daniels
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