For those of you who haven’t encountered the term ‘infographic’ before, an infographic is a visual representation of, what is often, quite dense statistical information. This is the kind of information which can be very difficult to read as prose / text, but which, when transformed to a visual, can become accessible very quickly.
A new book details the crime de la creme of typographical errors, from hotel brochures advertising a 'French widow in every bedroom' to Tea Party signs declaring President Obama's 'crisis of competnce'.
It was once thought that learning a second language too early could inhibit a child's acquisition of a primary language. However, new research suggests that our brains actually are strengthened by speaking more than one language.
Stephen Greene's insight:
Nothing exactly revelatory, but a cool video nonetheless.