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.
Infographic of the Day: Voyurl (via @fastcodesign)

Infographic of the Day: Voyurl (via @fastcodesign)

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

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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.

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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:

The Changing Face of AIDS – the successes and failures of the fight against AIDS in the past 30 years, in an infographic

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The Changing Face of AIDS – the successes and failures of the fight against AIDS in the past 30 years, in an infographic

Infographic of the Day: Woof vs. Meow

Infographic of the Day: Woof vs. Meow

To confront the matter of a lopsided, state-run media, [Alfred] Sireleaf created The Daily Talk, a free-of-charge, independent news-aggregator—written by hand on a blackboard. Each morning, at 10:45 AM, Alfred Sirleaf heads down to his bulletin board to post the day’s news, culling together a slate of stories his countrymen might otherwise never see. Grateful readers line up in droves, on foot and in cars, to read these updates, in what has been described as the country’s—and most likely the world’s—only analog blog.


The growth of the continental United States.

The growth of the continental United States.