January 27, 2011
No Swearing in Utah

Cartographer Daniel Huffman measured the propensity of six swear words in tweets by geographic location within the 48 contiguous states. So this map is actually adjusted for population. Redder areas swear a lot more than blacker areas.

Link via Geekologie

January 25, 2011
The state of the Internet 2010

How, for example, does one simply imagine the 2 billion videos being watched on YouTube each and every day? How is it possible that 35 hours of video can be uploaded to the site every minute? What do 36 billion photos look like? Ask Facebook; that’s how many photos are uploaded to the site each year. (More than seven times as many have been uploaded to Flickr in that site’s entire existence, by the way.)

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January 25, 2011
The History of Content, From Cave Paintings to Flipboard

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November 15, 2010
Paris vs. New York - a tally of two cities

“Illustrator Vahram Muratyan compares and contrasts Paris and New York City. The result is a charming set of similarities and differences.” The adventure continues daily at Paris Versus NYC.

October 22, 2010
What Kind of Geek Are You?

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