Information is Beautiful Awards – Your Chance to Vote Readers: Some of the year’s best data-visualizations, interactives and scrollytellings have made the Information is Beautiful Awards 2018 Shortlist. The last day you can vote is this Friday, October 19th. The winners will win the Community Award at their ceremony in New York on Dec 4th. Your […]

Monster Fatberg Ravages the London Sewage System A fatberg weighing the same as 11 double-decker buses and stretching the length of two football pitches is blocking a section of London’s aging sewage network. The congealed mass of fat, wet wipes and nappies is one of the biggest ever found and would have risked raw sewage […]

Here is the second part of my blog on branching diagrams in the American Museum of Natural History. I was at a dinner last night at The Campbell Apartment in Grand Central Station and the architecture was beautiful. I hope to do a future blog about Grand Central Station and its beautiful architecture. Enjoy! Best Regards, […]

I am in New York City this week on business. I arrived a day early and toured the American Museum of Natural History. The museum is large and there is a lot to see and take in. One of the things I liked is how they visually explained complex or semi-complex subjects to us, the […]