Queens has more languages than anywhere in the world — here's where they're found
As many as 800 languages are spoken in New York City, and the borough of Queens has more than anywhere else, according to the Endangered Language Alliance.
How to make awesome interactive map using Google Sheets in under 1 minute? - Geoawesomeness
Tweet Share on Facebook Share Share Email Pin Pocket Flipboard From time to time you need to very quickly make a choropleth map based on a spreadsheet. There are a lot of different ways to do it but most of them require registering in one of the mapping services, having Excel plugin or a GIS soft...
Introducing i‐Docs to geography: exploring interactive documentary's nonlinear imaginaries
This paper introduces interactive documentaries, or i‐Docs, to geography through an analysis of one i‐Doc, Gaza Sderot. I‐Docs are an increasingly popular documentary form. Broadly defined b
Why Where You Live Matters
When you woke up this morning, were you in a house, an apartment, or a condo? Look around you. What kinds of buildings do you see? Skyscrapers, mid-rise office parks, strip malls, tracts of suburban homes, fields or water? When you went to work, did you drive, bike, take a train, or walk? When yo...
In Memory of Hans Rosling, population demography guru...the BEST TEDTalks you’ve ever seen
In memory of a great man and the numbers he loved.
RIP: Hans Rosling, a guru of population demography, has passed away
Hans Rosling, professor of international health, has passed away. He died early Tuesday morning, 7 February 2017, his family announces at the Gapminder foundation web site. Hans Rosling suffered from a pancreatic cancer which was diagnosed one year ago.
Vox - Making accurate maps is mathematically impossible. | Facebook
Making accurate maps is mathematically impossible.