Thomas Goetz says, “Better health is not a science problem, it’s an information problem”, and in this TEDMED Talk he talks about how simply redesigning healthcare forms and instructions can dramatically benefit the health of people.

The talk is interesting enough as it is, but what really is amazing are the examples he gives toward the end of the video. The huge change from pages of small, black and white data to clear and concise color-coded information is wonderful. Seriously, why can’t all medical sheets look like these?

Cool alternate video for Aloe Blacc’s song “I Need A Dollar”. Vegas in the background ya heard!


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The Atlantic’s In Focus blog has 39 big images of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster which is coming up on its 25th anniversary on April 26th. Man, talk about seeing some crazy abandoned disaster porn!


Photo by Matt Stuart

Matt Stuart’s underground street photography is funny. He’s got a great ability to capture details that people might not otherwise see. You’ll see what I mean in the picture above — when you see it you’ll know. [via]


Core77 posted these images from Singapore-based Kult3D created these Fendi, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton lifejackets for Newton Circus. Do these companies know how much money they could be making if they made these?! GAJILLIONS!!

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