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Some things to keep this holiday season in mind for that guy who seems to have everything, or just that person you’re not sure what to buy for them…

Some things to keep this holiday season in mind for that guy who seems to have everything, or just that person you’re not sure what to buy for them…

With Pres. Obama and other world leaders visiting the UN this week, here is Pew’s map of world opinion of the UN

With Pres. Obama and other world leaders visiting the UN this week, here is Pew’s map of world opinion of the UN

Which religion cares the most about the homeless?  An inconvient sample in this survey…
via ilovecharts:

originally posted by @christiannightmares

Which religion cares the most about the homeless?  An inconvient sample in this survey…

via ilovecharts:

originally posted by @christiannightmares

Looks like kids really want the same tech toys as their parents…
via rontieman:

Me too…Makes me feel like a kid again. 

Looks like kids really want the same tech toys as their parents…

via rontieman:

Me too…Makes me feel like a kid again. 

Interesting attempt to visualize a non-fiction book.
via ilovecharts:

Nate Silver’s book The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail—But Some Don’t is rife with charts and graphs, as you would expect from the man behind the FiveThirtyEight blog. So we decided to plot just how many graphs, charts, illustrations, and tables populate the text.
-thepenguinpress

Interesting attempt to visualize a non-fiction book.

via ilovecharts:

Nate Silver’s book The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail—But Some Don’t is rife with charts and graphs, as you would expect from the man behind the FiveThirtyEight blog. So we decided to plot just how many graphs, charts, illustrations, and tables populate the text.

-thepenguinpress

Who is the average Android user?  Nerdy and male, according to this infographic depicting the most common attributes of a user.

Who is the average Android user?  Nerdy and male, according to this infographic depicting the most common attributes of a user.

What self-described Liberals and Conservatives like to eat, according to data by Hunch.  Handy research to keep in mind when you’re preparing Thanksgiving dinner…

What self-described Liberals and Conservatives like to eat, according to data by Hunch.  Handy research to keep in mind when you’re preparing Thanksgiving dinner…

via futurejournalismproject:

People, Press and Trust

Good takes findings from a Pew Research Center survey and dresses them up.

Good doesn’t say, but I think the infographic comes from Views of the News Media: 1985-2011. —Michael

Image: Details from Good News/Bad News, via Good.

People who are 25 years old must feel awfully confused.  Replace the word “text” with “email”, and I’m sure you’ll get the same stats from professionals armed with smartphones. To many it seems rude to text in these scenarios, but to other taking a call during dinner may seem intrusive or obnoxious.
What we see in this survey is a preference for different modes of communication.  It matches some earlier research that shows Teens text the most, nearly 2779 SMSs a month on average.
via joshsternberg:

stoweboyd:

A serious demographic break between the under 25s and the overs. Although I can’t understand the issue with texting while eating, aside from the question of eating with others.
I wonder what people text while having sex? Is it about the sex or some random other stuff?
(via 10% of Under 25s Think It’s OK to Text During Sex)

What were the sample sizes? Operational definitions for “having sex?”   
Numbers don’t mean anything without context. 
Also, let’s judge people based on 10% - that always works out well.

People who are 25 years old must feel awfully confused.  Replace the word “text” with “email”, and I’m sure you’ll get the same stats from professionals armed with smartphones. To many it seems rude to text in these scenarios, but to other taking a call during dinner may seem intrusive or obnoxious.

What we see in this survey is a preference for different modes of communication.  It matches some earlier research that shows Teens text the most, nearly 2779 SMSs a month on average.

via joshsternberg:

stoweboyd:

A serious demographic break between the under 25s and the overs. Although I can’t understand the issue with texting while eating, aside from the question of eating with others.

I wonder what people text while having sex? Is it about the sex or some random other stuff?

(via 10% of Under 25s Think It’s OK to Text During Sex)

What were the sample sizes? Operational definitions for “having sex?”  

Numbers don’t mean anything without context. 

Also, let’s judge people based on 10% - that always works out well.