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30 October 2008
by andrew
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the dial turns spur the worm; the worm turns, spurns

This is a good background piece on those “squiggly lines” that showed up on CNN during the debates, but I would have liked to have learned more about previous uses of so-called “dial testing” in election coverage. The feature is … Continue reading

29 October 2008
by andrew
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follow ups

Since I’m picking up this blog again and catching up on some of my RSS feeds, I should probably follow up on some of my earlier posts. 1. Unions and card check: Ezra Klein has a couple of posts on … Continue reading

29 October 2008
by andrew
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mendeleevian

I have to admit that I find it odd that this guide to visualization methods has been visualized in a form invented for the chemical elements, rather than in some new form, but it’s still pretty cool. (via) Bonus visualization: … Continue reading

2 October 2008
by andrew
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change you can mimeograph

I am young and unknown to many of you. I was born and have ever remained in the most humble walks of life. I have no wealthy or popular relations to recommend me. My case is thrown exclusively upon the … Continue reading