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Data-Visualization: The beats of the financial crisis

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Another fine example of an outstanding data visualization from the WSJ. We call it the beats of the financial crisis.

These diagrams perfectly demonstrate how many people are having a bad time now because of the greed, ruthlessness and high criminal energy levels of a few.

And this just seems to be the beginning or better to say the end of the beginning.

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Humor: The Meaning of Life

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Now you can finally find out what the meaning of life is, well maybe not.

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Politics: Power to the poster

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Power to the poster calls itself a “a graphic design democracy project” commenting on the issues of our time. You’ll find dozens of 11×17 posters in PDF format for download and use anywhere.

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Street Art: Graffiti stencils from Helsinki

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A brilliant stencil spotted in Helsinki, Finland.

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Photography: Google LIFE photo archive

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Google has made large parts of the LIFE photography archive available within its image search. There are many high resolution images included since the American Civil war and the first LIFE Magazine. You can also search this archive by adding “source:life” in the normal Google image search.

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Image: Change is coming

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While we don’t like the idea to demonstrate any difference between people by the color of your skin, we are remembering that not so long ago (less than 30 years in some states of the U.S.) a person like Obama would have seen his parents arrested for the (difference in the) color of their skin and he himself would have been a complete outcast in normal life left alone political life.

So because of this and only because of this we believe the image below might visualize how big a step the U.S. has made yesterday with Barack Obama’s election for President.

It certainly visualizes that there is a change. And when can you see 44 U.S. Presidents all together in one image.

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