Great, like every year. Lots of excellent data in here.
Interesting things relevant to my field. Observations:
Notepad++ is the most popular editor.
Mac OS X (should be macOS) is the most popular OS among developers (!)
Unlike me, it seems like everyone is doing web-related stuff.
Only 1.8% are unemployed. Very low.
Visualization of the recent wave of (mostly) stabbing attacks in Israel.
This PDF contains the best graph you'll see today. Well, except maybe the one on XKCD about gay marriage.
More frightening statistics highlighting incredible levels of ignorance. Who's to blame?
And the author has not even met me!
Cool way to look at car prices.
Cool little tool: Type the name of an actor or director and it will graph his/her Rotten Tomatoes score against time.
#7? Damn. I should move.
Current Internet usage, plus the top 10 Internet usage moments and what simultaneous events were occurring at the time.
#1: World Cup 2010, end of the first round.
Interesting analysis by OkCupid on trends in their website based on race.
Unexpected results from their data mining efforts.
Another super interesting data-filled post from OKCupid.
Transparency International - the global coalition against corruption
This is becoming one of my favorite blogs very quickly.
Online dating is now the
#2 way for couples to meet.
Cool animation shows the unemployment rate in the whole U.S. by county. Scary.
Ever wondered how many user Facebook has per country? You're welcome, statistics junkie friend.
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