Memory is a record.
People only have substance within the memories of other people. And that’s why there were all kinds of myself. There weren’t a lot of myself per se, I was just inside all sorts of people, that’s all.
motherjones:

Mass shootings in the US are on the rise—and ordinary citizens with guns don’t stop them.

motherjones:

Mass shootings in the US are on the rise—and ordinary citizens with guns don’t stop them.

Infographic of the Day: Voyurl (via @fastcodesign)

Infographic of the Day: Voyurl (via @fastcodesign)

architizer:

That’s money. The national debt, actually. Scared?

curiositycounts:

GE’s latest visualization, a collaboration with MIT’s Senseable City Lab, explores the relationship between disease conditions

curiositycounts:

GE’s latest visualization, a collaboration with MIT’s Senseable City Lab, explores the relationship between disease conditions

curiositycounts:

Chris Jordan’s brilliant visualizations of marine statistics. Here, an image made of 2.4 million pieces of plastic, the estimated number of pounds of plastic pollution entering the world’s oceans every hour.

curiositycounts:

Chris Jordan’s brilliant visualizations of marine statistics. Here, an image made of 2.4 million pieces of plastic, the estimated number of pounds of plastic pollution entering the world’s oceans every hour.

good:

America’s economy has grown 60 percent in the past two decades. Workers’ salaries have not kept pace. We could all use a nice long summer vacation—too bad the U.S. doesn’t guarantee it.
A collaboration between GOOD and Column Five Media.
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good:

America’s economy has grown 60 percent in the past two decades. Workers’ salaries have not kept pace. We could all use a nice long summer vacation—too bad the U.S. doesn’t guarantee it.

A collaboration between GOOD and Column Five Media.

Read more on GOOD →

See more infographics here →