Tag Archives: languages

Google money?

Today it’s Google’s 13th birthday and they are celebrating it with a special GoogleDoodle. The Washington Post is paying a tribute “to our little teenager” saying that had they known this birthday was coming up they would have baked a cake … (after Googling the recipe). They’ve posted a clip with a collection of Google […]

Digital media and social networks

Social media as a concept and some traditional media concepts may need some revamping. Yesterday we read this post by Judy Shapiro: “Why I have begun to hate the term Social Media“, which is the perfect start for something we had started writing a couple of days ago, following another post we read about the […]

Making information beautiful

Direct Link to the video: BBC Newsnight: Information Graphics This BBC broadcast from August 9, 2010, looks into the art of making information beautiful, and poses the question: How do you make statistics look interesting? The writer and designer David McCandless replies: “you just need to apply the rules of visual design to information“… Is […]