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Reblog: Brain Pickings’ Dogs of NYC: An Interactive Watercolor Map of the City’s Canine Caucus

I’m currently enrolled in Alberto Cairo’s MOOC class, Introduction to Data Visualization and Infographics, offered through the Knight Foundation and The University of Texas. Most of the graphics and visualizations that we discuss and review in class are serious, poignant, and scientifically sound. What interests me more are the whimsical and perhaps slightly less statistically important visualizations often created by artists and amateurs. This interactive watercolor map, the Dogs of NYC was created by the “data team” at WNYC (John Keefe, Stephen Reader, Steven Melendez and Louis Ma). It is pure fun. The numbers are probably accurate, too. But more importantly, the subject is at once silly and interesting.

Now I know which neighborhood to avoid if I don’t want to have a run in with a pit bull!

» Reblog: Web Design Trends in 2013 Terminal

This year I will be blogging monthly for Terminal’s new online publication. Click through for a reblog of a reblog (a re-reblog?) with commentary by yours truly.

» Reblog: Web Design Trends in 2013 Terminal

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The Best Smart Products of 2012 via GOOD


Little Printer spits out customized news, updates, and other networked fun.

Check out The Best Smart Products of 2012 from Technology on GOOD. I know it’s environmentally unsound, but the Little Printer is so adorable. Also on this list is the Philips Hue, which reminds me of the room lighting settings we could control through the TV interface on a trip to Amsterdam.

 

 
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