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Stephen S.


Cambridge, MA
Hometown: Hong Kong

Member since:

September 9, 2012


Are you a hack (writer, content creator, etc.) or a hacker (engineer, coder, designer, etc.)?

I combine the hack's love of storytelling with the skills and sensibility of the hacker in both design and code. At the moment, I've been exploring spaces that straddle the worlds of hacks and hackers—particularly looking at big data and visualizing it.

Are you looking for partners to collaborate on projects, and if so, what?

I'm not working on any projects on the moment, but would love to collaborate on projects involving data mining/analysis/visualization, particularly in the contexts of journalism and/or civic media.


Comparative Media Studies, MIT. Interactives editor, The Tech. Fresh off a Google Journalism Fellowship with ProPublica.

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