李沁灵，毕业于哥伦比亚大学新闻学院数据新闻方向，现于IBT Media纽约总部担任Multimedia Producer（多媒体制作人），制作过批评特朗普网络政策的多媒体作品《Net Neutrality》。此外，李沁灵曾经制作了《基督教科学箴言报》封面报道视频《2016：The Year of Disruption》等多媒体作品。
The Sharing Economy is a socio-economic ecosystem built around the sharing of human, physical and intellectual resources.
Whilst the Sharing Economy is currently in its infancy, this is only the beginning: in its entirety and the potential, it is a new and alternative socio-economic system which embeds sharing and collaboration at its heart – across all aspects of social and economic life.
The leading businesses that are advancing the concept of the “sharing economy” are in many respects no longer insurgents and newcomers. The size and scale of Uber, Airbnb and several other firms now rival, or even surpass, those of some of the world’s largest businesses in transportation, hospitality, and other sectors. As the economic power of these technology-driven firms grows, there continue to be regulatory and policy skirmishes on every possible front, across cities and towns spanning the United States, Europe and beyond.
Here is one example in China:
Since Trump became the President of the U.S., his Twitter also became the main source of the news.
Twitter is still banned in mainland China, however, can not stop the Chinese internet users to follow and make fun of it.
Here is a Data News of Trump’s Twitter from FT.Chinese.com
(This is a repost from FT.Chinese.com by Silva Shih, click the link to read the original:
The travel ban is a buzz word since the U.S President Donnal, let us read how The Washington Post turns data to graphics with a story:
(This is a repost from The Washington Post, click the link to read the original:
Many tech companies and scholars have raised their voices against President Trump’s Jan. 27 executive order on immigration. The hundreds of researchers and high-skilled workers who could be affected by the travel ban are part of the larger U.S. innovation economy, a community that relies heavily on foreign talent and whose members now worry that legal immigration could be the next target.