When is an infographic a duck?

Yes­ter­day, Jeff Bul­las post­ed an arti­cle about Twit­ter stats. I have a great deal of respect for Bul­las’s writ­ing, and he’s an undis­put­ed leader in the Social Media world, espe­cial­ly in regard to build­ing share­able con­tent. But the info­graph­ic attached to the arti­cle was—how do I put this polite­ly?—bad. Good data visu­al­iza­tion makes sense of data, …

50,000 Bones make a silent statement

[View the sto­ry “50,000 bones make a silent state­ment” on Stori­fy] 50,000 bones make a silent state­ment Usu­al­ly, this many bones in one place is the worst thing imag­in­able. But this mass grave is a thing of beau­ty and hope, hand­made by peo­ple who want to make a dif­fer­ence. Stori­fied by Kat Schroed­er · Mon, …