Sunday, November 6, 2016

Assorted Links

  1. NYC's Busy Streets photoshopped into beautiful desolation

  2. Your Friendly Guide to Colors in Data Visualisation, by Lisa Rost

  3. Forget autonomous vehicles, this is the solution that will solve road congestion with a 'smart' use of space

  4. Great source of data for comparative studies in demography : Contextual Database of the Generations and Gender Programme. More info here

  5. Will the internet set us free? A great discussion on freedoms and the potential of the web, with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales. I was lucky enough to be in the audience

  6. Some people should read this paper looking themselves in the mirror (via Leo Monasterio)

  7. Interesting study on racial reclassification and black identity in Brazil , by Vitor Miranda. Quote: "By 2010 at least one in every three people in the black population was a newly reclassified black. The increase was particularly strong among males and the younger generations."

  8. How the world perceives China! via my supreme friend Xi (Sisi) Hu


2 comments:

Gregory Kohs said...

Jimmy Wales wasn't Wikipedia "founder" -- that belongs more to Larry Sanger.

Rafael H M Pereira said...

Hi Gregory. I should have said co-founder of Wikipedia.