Check out this awesome chart of daylight by time of year and latitude.
Big props to Thesevenseas for this creation.
Julius is the CEO of the Google Ventures backed company DailyCred. DailyCred makes working with OAuth super duper simple.
You can follow me on Twitter if you really want to @schorzman.
Check out this awesome visualization of the Lord of the Rings, along with a few other (less epic) moives. Hop on over to xkcd to see the full sized visualization.
(Hey, xkcd, make this into a poster so I can hang it up on my wall!)
Check out this great piece in Forbes about how the cellphone market is quickly becoming commoditized
(like all technology) and is finally starting to experience downward price pressure.
Although he buried it after a lot of smug mockery of the WSJ, Krugman posted a nice infographic that shows how the world's major economies began to recover from the great depression. The implication is that the first economies to bounce back were the first to ignore the gold standard.
Tufte has an interesting discussion going on about project management charts and how they generally suck. Check out this beautiful illustration of how project management could look:
Beautiful! Just seeing this makes me want to work on this project! Check out the full discussion here.
ReadWriteWeb has an interesting analysis of response rates to messages for the online dating site OKCupid.
A few interesting findings:
Check out the original post for many more findings.
Panos Ipeirotis at NYU Stern (who gave a fascinating talk at New York Tech Meetup last month) has an interesting post about the amount of revenue being earned by Amazon's Mechanical Turk.
From his analysis they vary from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand on an average day. Check out the full post for more info.