As Stephanie Georgopulos points out,
"A combination of egocentrism and overzealous real estate agents has led to an overabundance of Manhattan neighborhoods."
We were inspired by her article and made a map to display some of her findings. Manhattan, instantly understood.
Prints are available in our map store.
That is all…
An Animated History Of New York’s Subway
Connecting the five boroughs to one another is no easy feat, which at least partially explains the 468 operating stations and 209 miles of routes that comprise the New York City Subway. It all goes to good use, though; in 2011 over 1.64 billion rides were delivered to denizens of the Big Apple.
C&H makes me happy
Been rolling out my VU Baseball Previews.
Welcome to the NHL, kids
That link leads to a random Wikipedia page. From your random page, the goal is to try and get to Hitler’s page through only following links. Don’t cheat and click on something you think won’t get you to the page, you have to try to reach it. You win if it takes you less than six clicks.
IS THIS THE NEW MAPCRUNCH
Open Source Cola > Halal > Kashrut > Holocaust theology > Adolf Hitler
This is so fun.
Who knew Hitler could be so fun!
Edit: I apparently didn’t get the game at first. Need the random page:
Went with the World of Sports, starting with the Head Baseball Coach of my beloved Commodores (admittedly, I figured I could get there via the Commodore rank). Then my favorite sport which I still believe is only half real, Sepak Takraw (the eastern Asian volleyball-like sport).
No matter how long the slinky is, the bottom of the slinky will stay still (hover) until the top reaches it. Even if the slinky is over 1000 feet long.
This was a fantastic episode of Veritasium. Maybe the best. The recoil of a slinky, stretched under its own weight, is a pretty fantastic physics problem, especially when you capture it in super-slo-mo.