20th Century Death, visualized by Information is Beautiful.
Death is an inevitable conclusion. This info graphic tries to summarize and categorize how people died in the last century.
It is interesting to analyze the breakdown of the various causes. Most people in the 20th century died of non-communicable diseases, with infectious diseases being the second most common cause.
Hopefully medicine will continue to evolve to reduce those numbers this century.
The venn diagram of How to Be Happy in Business.
Mentioned by Tina Roth Eisenberg in her keynote at SXSW.
Happy Valentine’s Day! We’re celebrating with an ode to Wolfram|Alpha.
Years ago when I was young,
there was something I wanted to know:
“Could math ever be super popular,
or has it begun to plateau?” …
Read the rest here: http://wolfr.am/YgAaVD
Seasonal Fruit Infographic of the Day: Love fruit but hate doing research? Chasing Delicious has done the saintly work of compiling the seasonal availability of fruits, vegetables and herbs into a series of eye-pleasing infographics. Never eat an out-of-date date ever again.
This is pretty. My aesthetic sense is pleased. Also notetoselfandKayleeforFILfruitbuyingtimes.
A Graphic Look the Log Jam in the A’s OF
I can smell the baseball season, boys!