Picturing the Past Decade: 10 Years x 10...
via nytimes.com 10 Years, 10 Categories, Black and White Graphics, It’s all Very Simple, Isn’t It? Posted via web from jeffreyjdavis’s posterous | Comment »
Very Small People In A Very Big World
via do-while.com This amazing collection of micro-montages creates tiny human drama in the un-noticed corners of our very large scale urban life. Please visit Do-While to enjoy this very creative collection. Posted via web from jeffreyjdavis’s posterous | Comment »
Schwarzenegger Gives California Legislature The...
via techcrunch.com On a par with “Marble Cake, Also The Game”, you have to really appreciate the thought and planning that went into the Governator’s tersely worded rejection of Bill 1176. He, (or some devious member of his admin staff) apparently has a mastery of vocabulary and font kerning that goes beyond that of mere mortals. I’m big on transparency (and...
Google Wave: Theory vs Reality
via i.imgur.com I am relating to this after craving an invite for weeks and finally getting one last night, but not being able to find anyone to “Wave” with so that I can kick the tires on this potentially cool tool. Posted via web from jeffreyjdavis’s posterous | Comment »
China vs the US: Objects In Rear View Mirror Are...
via insidefutures.com This staggering infographic illustrates on several axes the tremendous shift in global power between China and the US. The trade imbalance and Forex reserves alone are enough to give any US taxpayer or holder of American dollars significant trepidation. How can we maintain a symbiotic global balance between these two important global trading partners with this much shift...
Mind Blowing Hyperrealistic Sculptures
via webdesignerdepot.com This collection of “Hyper-Realistic” or “Photo-Realistic” sculptures will blow your mind. Several sculptors are featured in this collection and the level of detail and life-likeness is uncanny. Posted via web from jeffreyjdavis’s posterous | Comment »
Don't Be Afraid To Stand Out From Your Crowd
I’ve had this picture on my hard drive for a while; I don’t even remember where I got it. Every time I see the thumbnail, I can’t help but smile, or even laugh. Best I can tell, it’s a legit, non-photoshopped family picture, probably snapped begrudgingly in the portrait studio at a Wal*Mart somewhere in southern Indiana. I can imagine that there is some pretty...
The World According to Americans
via ritholtz.com Although hopefully an overstated generalization, this cartoon map sums up many of the flawed and uneducated perspectives of (at least some) Americans. Put together, they do not create a very attractive picture of our country or our people, do they? If you are American, please do your part, especially when dealing with those from other cultures, not to act like a jackass. It...