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The Rise of Minecraft (Now and Infographic!)

The Rise of Minecraft (Now and Infographic!)

Posted on 18. Nov, 2011 by .

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I simply love this infographic I produced with Visual.ly, it was a blast to work on.  Mojang was nice enough to provide us with some sales data and the rest was all joydom as I am a minecraft fan myself.  Wish I had more time to play! Also thanks to Drew Skau, our resident minecraft […]

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Client work: Could you be a Failure? (and other charts)

Client work: Could you be a Failure? (and other charts)

Posted on 01. Dec, 2010 by .

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So this one is a bit different then what I usually do.  This infographic dispenses with any real data and hopefully will make the viewer think/smile/laugh. Humorous content is always risky because it could easily fail if its done wrong.  These charts are not LOL funny, but perhaps humorous on a subconscious level.  Thats what […]

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Client work: United States vs Russia

Client work: United States vs Russia

Posted on 21. Oct, 2009 by .

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Here is one in a series I am doing for Mint.com.  It is a comparison of the United States and Russia over 100 factors.  I have used the same format in comparing China, Canada and Mexico, and India.  Pretty popular stuff, with over 4500 Diggs between them. The first thing most people notice is that […]

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What's in a name? Children of the Collective Consciousness.

What's in a name? Children of the Collective Consciousness.

Posted on 31. Jul, 2008 by .

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You may have unwittingly named your child after a meme in the fabric of society.  Or you yourself may be nothing more than the product of hive minded parents. So what’s in a name? I have always been interested in naming things, it’s one of the reasons why I own so many unused domain names.  […]

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Visualizing One Billion Dollars.

Visualizing One Billion Dollars.

Posted on 30. May, 2008 by .

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The Death and Taxes poster contains a lot of information and is great for putting federal spending in context.  However, the de-facto unit of measure is one billion dollars.  I realized that people often have a hard time grasping just what one billion dollars is.  So to provide further context to the poster, I am […]

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