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Out of the blue Interesting snippets from the world of data Orbital Objects This amazing visualisation uses NASA data to map all the objects floating around in the earth’s orbit. The amount of space debris (defunct spacecraft) is shocking! A mature taste in music? Is it true that music was better back in the good old days? This article attempts to answer that question with
Out of the blue Interesting snippets from the world of data What does my computer really think of me? Simply paste text from anything you’ve written – e-mails, tweets or any other source – into Watson and it will give you a full, totally impartial, breakdown of all your personality traits. You wait ages for a bus… …then someone comes
Out of the blue Interesting snippets from the world of data The Super Bowl guide to advertising optimisation Companies spent between $2m and $13m on Super Bowl spots, but how well did they use them? YouTube views help uncover the winning formula. The random function on Spotify is not random at all Spotify received lots of complaints from users that the
Out of the blue Interesting snippets from the world of data A sign of the times The nifty little interactive chart below shows key topics featured in US presidents’ state of the union address.  War is unfortunately a constant theme, and health has become a much more common topic. Global warming is here If there’s any further proof you need that global
Out of the blue Interesting snippets from the world of data 40 Brand Logos with Hidden Messages This infographic reveals and explains the hidden secrets of some of the best known logos. For example, did you know Amazon stocks everything from A to Z? London’s second languages mapped by tube stop Researchers at UCL have created a map which shows

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