Data Haiku
Starting in 2021 weekly listicle features data haiku. This form is meant for those who'd like to contribute their own data haiku, to be featured in the newsletter. is a weekly listicle sent by me, Winny de Jong, featuring the best of the web for data journalists - including nerdy poetry. You can subscribe at

Haiku is a very short form of Japanese poetry in three phrases, in a 5, 7, 5 pattern. Data haiku featured contain a data-driven journalism related wisdom and/or are (supposed to be) funny. For examples of such haiku visit 

To set the stage, here's one of my favorites, written by Adriana Homolova:

                       Ballmers peak

                       Too many errors?
                       Grab the bottle, but take care:
                       the peak is narrow.

I'm looking forward to your contributions.

Thank you! -- 👋🏾 Winny (
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