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Circles of Influence – visualizing creative debt throughout history.

explore-blog:

Circles of Influence – visualizing creative debt throughout history.

(Source: , via natamoraru)

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Where does the money go?

Esquire Magazine asked Stamen to reimagine the map of the United States. We created a map showing income gains and losses per county from people migrating around the US.

(Source: feesta, via lifeandcode)

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What would the West would look like with state boundaries redrawn by culture, population or watersheds? Did John Wesley Powell have the right idea about how to organize this region? Tell us how you define the West. http://hcne.ws/JWxRGk

highcountrynews:

What would the West would look like with state boundaries redrawn by culture, population or watersheds? Did John Wesley Powell have the right idea about how to organize this region? Tell us how you define the West. http://hcne.ws/JWxRGk

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Moldova, the best and the worst!Infographic: Corneliu Comendant -> http://goo.gl/nzDK0D

Moldova, the best and the worst!
Infographic: Corneliu Comendant -> http://goo.gl/nzDK0D

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Bonaparte’s Retreat (Beef, It’s what’s for dinner)

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Drones

By Matt Bors, via @KenRoth. Select to embiggen.

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J Dilla - ”Time: The Donut Of The Heart”

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With the NYT editorial this week on Snowden, we are thinking about our November episode “Collect It All: America’s Surveillance State" - there’s an NSA leaks timeline, background reading, and our livetweet archive

We interviewed Glenn Greenwald in the episode (that’s him walking with Fault Lines correspondent Josh Rushing in the second gif above), and something he said stays with us: “The NSA’s goal really is the elimination of privacy globally.” 

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