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Gapminder: Health vs Income chart from the wonderful Hans Rosling.

Global carbon footprint    A powerful examination of global carbon footprints, measured by country. Note how the actual data is invisible. The relative size of the circles does the job without having to list any numbers. Make sure you view the complete version to see how this cropped image fits in.

Global Carbon Footprint by country. This information may be about 10 years old. Plus, a per capita carbon footprint is a more accurate picture. For example China has the highest total carbon emissions, but the USA has a much higher per capita rate.

Il mondo di domani: 150 anni nel futuro con BBC  Sulla base dei più importanti articoli pubblicati negli ultimi anni da BBC, CNN, The Guardian, NASA, MIT, The Life Scientific,ecc,gli scienziati concordano che siamo ormai vicini ad alcuni momenti su cui si fantastica da decenni: l’adozione completa della moneta digitale,espansioni bioniche, la fusione nucleare, le automobili che si guidano da sole, la clonazione dell’uomo e la nascita di macchine in grado di pensare e prendere decisioni.

Interesting to see predictions for me lifetime! BBC - Future - Technology - Tomorrow’s world: A guide to the next 150 years.

Africa overtakes Asia Pacific in mobile connections (2012)

Wireless Intelligence: Dashboard, Africa 2012 World's fastest growing region — with Eastern and Middle Africa still below penetration

https://flic.kr/p/wCNTU | Nigel Holmes on Information Design, by Steven Heller | Blogged at <a href="http://designnotes.info/?p=858" rel="nofollow">designnotes.info/?p=858</a>

What it Takes to be an Information Designer: is a self portrait by Nigel Holmes. It represents his perspective on Information Design ad can say more about the designer than the design. This is an example of Communication Design.

A billion reasons why cell phones make the world a better place (from USAID)

Why Cell Phones Are For More Than Just Gossip And Angry Birds

Most Populous Countries 1950, 2013, and 2050

The size of it

From The Economist: A chart of how the world’s population has changed in the past 50 years, and will change again by Source: United Nations Population Prospects 2013

Types of data visualization.

The 2013 Awards Are Open! - Information Is Beautiful Awards

Out of Africa – Did the Colonial Powers ever Really Leave?

Out of Africa – Did the Colonial Powers ever Really Leave?

Out of Africa – Did the Colonial Powers ever Really Leave? - by nationalpost. I'll pin this here, since we're building bases there.