This is simply amazing. Dustin Cable at University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service used the 2010 US Census data to create this Racial Dot Map of every nearly every single person living in the US based on their race. The map as you can imagine gives a broader perspective on race relations and segregation [...]
I actually think she looks better here.
BoingBoing writes about this Census Dotmap that uses a single dot to represent the 308,450,225 people recorded by the 2010 census in the US. You’ll notice that people are recorded as living inside major parks in major cities, which is pretty unusual. But hey, the census can’t be wrong, right?
This was oddly mesmerizing and beautiful to watch.
A documentary film that looks at the end of Kodak’s Kodachrome film and the last lab that processed film for it. A great look at the history of this amazing color film and how it changed the way we see the world around us. I had no idea that developing Kodachrome film was so labor [...]