Google's 'Think Quarterly' launched

The quarterly online publication features thought pieces and interviews with industry leaders.

Think Quarterly is 'aimed at Google's partners and advertisers'. 

The first issue focuses on data and includes Nigel Shadbolt writing on open government data (OGD) and an interview with Google's chief economist Hal Varian.  Simon Rogers, in his 'The knowledge' feature, highlights what he thinks are great examples of online data visualisations and mash-ups including the French 'data collective' OWNI and the Guardian newspaper's datablog.

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