The Words They Used At The National Convention
I’ve pointed out “women” because one of the bigger impressions I got from the DNC was that the Democrats clearly think they can use the divide on women’s rights (see: Akin, Todd) to their advantage. One of Obama’s biggest rhetorical flourishes last night involved a girl growing up to be president. Almost every speaker spoke to the issue of gender equality as it related to choice and occasionally as it related to equal compensation. I was surprised at how much they seem to feel they have the advantage pressing the attack there. The only thing that surprised me more (at least as far as speech content was concerned) was the repeated, frank mention of voter suppression — maybe a bit cynical on my part, but I assumed that was an issue the media would complain about but would not be spoken about on a national political stage.
This chart also includes a nice list of excerpts where some of the words were used. Pretty rad.
The Interconnected Comedy World Of Rob Corddry And Paul Scheer http://bit.ly/QT6Zmv
I think of this more as Rob and Paul’s Finger Bang Chart
I’m not entirely sure what this chart is doing, but it looks cool.
Super misleading chart from Fox News. A 4.6% increase looks astronomical but is miniscule compared to historical levels
This is why I love you guys.
Wow, this is embarrassing.
FF Chartwell is a “typeface” for infographics. Type in some numbers…and charts automatically appear.
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I CAN’T EVEN
Wow, this is awesome.
Visual Map of the Film Memento
The Evolution of Technology, designed by General Assembly’s Alexandra Proba.
I figured the cloud would be bigger than that.