Inaugural Words From 1789 to Present

Posted to Infographics  |  Nathan Yau

There’s a lot going on today, and of course the news interactive teams are pushing out. The New York Times pushes out an updated infographic that shows inaugural words all the way back to George Washington in 1789. Then there’s the guide that I mentioned earlier and the mosaic of reader photos. I’m still waiting for CNN’s views with photosynth and satellite views that Wolf keeps on promising. Updates to come.

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