1. Fresh Air: For The Elderly Hipsters.
via NYT Mag

    Fresh Air: For The Elderly Hipsters.

    via NYT Mag

  2. new your times magazine

    public radio

    charts

    fresh air

  1. 50 Years of Government Spending, in 1 Graph
(via 50 Years of Government Spending, In 1 Graph : Planet Money : NPR)

    50 Years of Government Spending, in 1 Graph

    (via 50 Years of Government Spending, In 1 Graph : Planet Money : NPR)

  2. charts

    graphs

    spending

    economy

  1. The United Nations says today symbolically marks the moment when the world’s population reaches 7 billion. A little more than two centuries ago, the global population was 1 billion. How did it grow so big so fast?

  2. charts

    population

    chart

    7 billion

    visualization

  1. Excel by Hand — mathematical drawings by James Bills via thefrontsection View in High-Res

    Excel by Hand — mathematical drawings by James Bills via thefrontsection

  2. james bills

    art

    charts

    graphs

  1. Posted on 4 March, 2011

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    Reblogged from kenyatta

    kenyatta:

Mapping The Quietest Places in London
Silent London by Simon Elvins: Using information the government has collected on noise levels within London, a map has been plotted of the capitals most silent spaces. The map intends to reveal a hidden landscape of quiet spaces and shows an alternate side of the city that would normally  go unnoticed. 
(Yeah, I’ve been on a map kick lately.)

Shhh. View in High-Res

    kenyatta:

    Mapping The Quietest Places in London

    Silent London by Simon Elvins: Using information the government has collected on noise levels within London, a map has been plotted of the capitals most silent spaces. The map intends to reveal a hidden landscape of quiet spaces and shows an alternate side of the city that would normally  go unnoticed. 

    (Yeah, I’ve been on a map kick lately.)

    Shhh.

  2. silent london

    simon elvins

    maps

    charts