By now you has seen The Insanely Great History of Apple chart, here is how it was done
An epic chart from XKCD: Money - A chart of almost all of it, where it is, and what it can do. It’s broken out into “dollars, thousands, millions, billions, trillions”…here’s just a little snippet of the billions section:
A great data-vizualization from NPR explaning how the hell we reach 7 billion people that fast
“Around the turn of the century, Geocities had tens of millions of “homesteaders” as the digital tennants were called and was bought by Yahoo! for three and a half billion dollars. Ten years later in 2009, as other metaphors of the internet (such as the social network) had taken over, and the homesteaders had left their properties vacant after migrating to Facebook, Geocities was shutdown and deleted. In an heroic effort to preserve 10 years of collaborative work by 35 million people, the Archive Team made a backup of the site just before it shut down. The resulting 650 Gigabyte bittorrent file is the digital Pompeii that is the subject of an interactive excavation that allows you to wander through an episode of recent online history.”
I’m pretty sure that I’m a little part of those 650 Gigabyte
An stunningly set of infographics created by MFA students in Interaction Design using NIke+ data to paint NYC runners.
Via: FastCo Design
For more information about this project check out the MFA in Interaction Design page here
There is more information and videos from Cooper Smith here
The profiles of some of the students involved in the project are here:
This is collection of artifacts, images and things that I like and seems interesting to me
I’m Carmen & Ismael's son, boyfriend and husband of Kika - Till Death Do Us Part - and the proud father of Mia. Industrial designer and Management professional. Bike enthusiast, runner by necessity, wannabe triathlete . Trying to get by in 2 languages.
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