twenty-three

(a look back in data)


For my twenty-fourth birthday this year I decided that instead of the traditional ways of growing up, I was going to make myself a suite of navel-gazey datavisualizations. I consider it a reimagining of the diary, a humble homage to Dorothy Gambrell, and a re-appropriation of the year in review document as a medium. It's also a mostly sincere attempt to distill meaning from my personal experiences. My humble, imaginative, re-appropriative personal experiences. If you don't enjoy it I at least hope you don't hate me for it.

Merry my birthday,
one and all!
r


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