Open government and Easter candy

Posted to Miscellaneous  |  Tags: , ,  |  Nathan Yau

Sunlight Foundation displays some key government numbers with Easter candy, because as you know, data is ten times more interesting when it’s represented with Peeps and chocolate eggs. Happy Easter, all.

[Sunlight Foundation | Thanks, Nicko]

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