Manu Cornet caricaturizes org charts of major tech companies, such as Amazon with its top-down structure and Google with its slightly less structured structure. Drop it like it's hot.
A good one from someone named Cody. I couldn't figure out where this is actually from though.
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]
Don't you just hate it when you're pleasantly driving around in the city and you're suddenly enveloped by a giant pie chart in the road? Such a downer.
It's xkcd on statistical significance. I need to stop eating all those green jelly beans.
I hear there's also a link between sunshine and lollipops.
John Martz, in collaboration with Koyama Press, pixelates 235 Star Trek characters in this limited edition print. This amuses me even though I've never been a Star Trek fan. Must be those episodes of Next Generation I watched after school because there was nothing else on. Always had a soft spot for that Data fellow.
There are no words. More tips on winning in the world found here.
Along the same lines of the happiness flowchart, this graphic by Moritz Resl shows a simplified life cycle between happy and sad. Let's not forget though that sometimes doing stuff you like leads to sad, and more importantly, doing stuff you don't like can lead to happy. Have a nice weekend!
Here are some links for you to accompany your bag of chips, bowl of chili, and plate of wings as you wate for the Super Bowl to start.
Where the Streets Have Your Name — See where there are streets named after you. Yeah, you.
d8taplex — A super alpha version of something that looks like a data search engine with graphs.
Top-spending cities for personal care — Active north and sedentary south?
Focus too hard on individual points, and ignore what's around, and you too might fall in the metaphorical fountain. Yes, this is my excuse for posting this hilarious video, and I'm sticking to it.
Designer Jessica Hische gets her flowchart on to help you decide whether you should work on that project for free. In short, if the client is not your mom or a friend you owe big, they better pay up. Love the blunt honesty from Hische, who I'm sure gets all sorts of odd offers. See full flowchart here.
Nick Foster has some fun with t-shirt classification after cleaning out his closet:
I have a T-shirt problem: after years of buying them, my house is now full. Whilst recently trying to tidy up the situation I realised that I was subconsciously categorising them.
Ten types are identified, although half of my shirts probably belong in the above three. I'm a bum. But I have golden voice.