Tag Archives: large numbers

Client work: World Series of Poker

Client work: World Series of Poker

Posted on 15. Jul, 2010 by .

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I knew poker had been getting big for some time now, but I had no idea the amount of money involved was so huge.    $8 million for one tournament?  I read recently that the team salary cap for Major League Soccer is only $2.4 million.  I know it’s soccer.. but still.  Enjoy.

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Client work: Chartity, who cares?

Client work: Chartity, who cares?

Posted on 11. Dec, 2009 by .

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So being the holiday season, Mint.com and I decided to do some relevant infographics.  This one details the charity situation in the US, who gives, hoe much, where it goes.  Some interesting facts: There are some charities that only give 4 cents of every dollar donated to actual recipients.  4 cents! Those should be shut […]

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50 Billion bottles of beer on the wall…

50 Billion bottles of beer on the wall…

Posted on 26. Nov, 2008 by .

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Here is some client work I did for SloshSpot.  Essentially it’s one point of data, the amount of beer consumed in the US annually, only it is envisioned in several different ways.  Very large numbers are difficult to conceptualize and very large volumes, areas ,and other measurements are even further out of the minds grasp.  […]

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