At the #innovateTV conference. Watching @digital_vic, “I said the f-word at the CBC”.
Came out of a tweet from @phillipadsmith about an infographic. Got me thinking about the difference between an infographic and data vis. Not new territory but interesting to think about nonetheless. Edit: A simpler version of the graphic above. Made with Paper
thedailyfeed: iPads have overtaken computers as the 2nd-most popular way to watch TV.
yayfortoday: Phone Book Data Design by Julian Franky Tobon
cesarojedac: So I did a redesign of this chart about Canada’s least liked cities and I think I did really well. I like the final product.
There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it’s only a hundred billion. It’s less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. Richard Feynman (via scienceisbeauty)
parislemon: This is actually the craziest chart about Apple following their insane earnings today. There is exactly one company on that entire list that is not an oil and gas company. And they’re not that far from the top.
I recently started using Processing (processing.org) at the CBC to visualize the dependencies of the content areas on projects being built by Media Ops & Technology (MO&T). Roughly speaking, MO&T builds out platform related projects and the content areas leverage the functionality of those projects to build out their sites. The previous post here was a first sketch … Continue reading Creating Data Visualizations for the CBC