Research, Design, Visualization at the New York Times

Speaker: Nick Bilton , New York Times

Date: Friday, April 09, 2010

Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Refreshments: 2:45 PM

Public: Yes

Location: Kiva Conference Room 32-G449

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Host: Rob Miller, MIT CSAIL

Contact: Michael Bernstein, (617) 253-0452, msbernst@mit.edu

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Reminder Subject: TALK: Research, Design, Visualization at the New York Times

Nick Bilton will speak about his work in the R&D Labs, the new style of reporting he’s exploring at the NYT, incorporating video, code, data vis, writing, photos etc., and he’ll also outline some of the issues in his new book, I Live in the Future: & Here’s How it Works.

Speaker Biography:
Nick Bilton is the Lead Technology Writer/Reporter for The New York Times Bits Blog. He has a background in design, user interface, journalism, hardware hacking, video, etc. He previously worked as a researcher in The Times Research & Development Labs, looking at the media landscape 2-10 years out. In addition to The Times, Nick helped co-found NYCResistor, a hardware hacker space in Brooklyn, NY. He is also an Adjunct Professor at NYU in the Interactive Telecommunications Program teaching a course called "1, 2, 10 - designing interaction for mobile, computing and TV," and also teaches a course called "Telling stores with sensors, data and humans."

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