March 13, 2013
sunfoundation:

The 2012 Feltron Annual Report has been Released

If your interested in the life of Nicholas Feltron, or just want to enjoy some compelling infographics, somewhere in February-March, one can look forward to the next version of the Feltron year report. It is then good to know that today, the 2012 version [feltron.com] has been released.

sunfoundation:

The 2012 Feltron Annual Report has been Released

If your interested in the life of Nicholas Feltron, or just want to enjoy some compelling infographics, somewhere in February-March, one can look forward to the next version of the Feltron year report. It is then good to know that today, the 2012 version [feltron.com] has been released.

(via notational)

September 11, 2012
Places You Haven't Been

technoccult:

From The Atlantic:

In his final year at the Design Academy of Eindhoven, Tom Loois received a vague assignment: “Design your personal definition of silence.” Loois, whose training is in product design, had no idea what to do. He found himself, as the deadline approached, wandering…

July 1, 2012
On The Media: The Data Show

On The Media: The Data Show

April 14, 2012

April 10, 2012
Wolfram's Informatics

via Cesar

(Source: amandabees)

March 19, 2012

fastcodesign:

Aaron Parecki was obsessed with mapping as a child. He grew up, discovered GPS, and logged 2.5 million data points over three years of living and moving to create an intimate, personal city map of Portland.

And that second photo?
“I recently found a stack of handwritten notepads from 3/29/1995 through 6/9/1997 where I logged the commutes to school,” Parecki writes. “I have complete logs for the entire 2 years of driving to school, including start time, end time, time traveled, who drove, and in what car.”

This could be an interesting data set to gather: invite students to log their commutes?

(Source: fastcodesign)

February 15, 2012
susanmernit:

(via Proposal by Infographic | Visual.ly)

susanmernit:

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January 30, 2012
thingsorganizedneatly:

from Evan Bross:
For exactly one week of my life I tediously kept track of what I consumed. Although the results were a bit unsettling, I was still intrigued by the idea and wanted to convey the results graphically. I used watercolor and ink to represent each and every item in a very straight forward format that reads left to right top to bottom.

thingsorganizedneatly:

from Evan Bross:

For exactly one week of my life I tediously kept track of what I consumed. Although the results were a bit unsettling, I was still intrigued by the idea and wanted to convey the results graphically. I used watercolor and ink to represent each and every item in a very straight forward format that reads left to right top to bottom.

January 11, 2012
Self-Surveillance (by Nathan Yau and Jodi Schneider)

ASIS&T Bulletin, June/July 2009