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With curved lines! RT @ampp3d: SCIENCE: Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes' baby in a Venn diagram
RT @specialreports: .@Reuters analysis reveals a surge in coastal flooding along the U.S. Eastern Seaboard.
RT @JavierBlas2: MUST READ: Guest post in @beyondbrics - five reasons why African growth is slower than the data tell you #Africa
RT @doctorow: Realtors hire ruined millionaires to pretend to live in vacant megamansions
RT @loisbeckett: Google has figured out the future of journalism: happy news only.
RT @paulbradshaw: Blogged: Over 1000 journalists are now exploring scraping techniques. Incredible.
This interactive graphic on on footballers' dives from @PostGraphics is hilarious - and technically brilliant:
RT @billrobbins: This is why you need to test edge use cases in your designs.
Probabilistic analyses aren't wrong if they fail to predict an outlier result.
Looks like @huffpostuk is seeking the right for its "blitzkrieg" headline to be forgotten.
RT @LATimesGraphics: Hard to believe but there have been worse blowouts in #worldcup history.
RT @darrenwaters: How are those predictions @FiveThirtyEight?
RT @dlknowles: 409/1 on Betfair for Brazil to win now. Tempting.
RT @TheTweetOfGod: What is going on? What is going on? What is going on? What is going on? What is going on? What is going on? #WorldCup2014
Where is the nearest bookmakers'?
I just went to the toilets and missed two goals. WTF?
Strange to be in a London pub where the mood is not soured by a 2-0 Germany scoreline. I've waited 15 years for this.
.@lucykellaway isn't impressed by Sheryl Sandberg's apology for that Facebook experiment:
This is great #ddj using urban air-quality sensors:
Ironic asset: first edition of 'Das Kapital' sold for $40k
Local papers are resisting Right To Be Forgotten by re-printing old stories:
RT @FT: Country by country, track unemployment across the #EU using our interactive graphic:
RT @JebBrovsky: Stats of #BRAvsCOL: Dives: 436 Beautiful Women Shown: 26 Faces Grabbed in Agony: 215 Magic Spray requests: 4 Gullible Referees: 1
Recent browser data reveals a handful of people are accessing using Amiga AWeb, NCSA Mosaic and Lynx.
Erm, I can spell "amazing", really I can.
Pleased this explainer @Cleveco and I made about @xtophercook's amaing GCSE analyses won the Royal Stats Soc award:
Googling @peston's commenters' names quickly reveals who probably triggered the Right to be Forgotten request.
RT @psmith: That an obscure @peston blog post from years ago is being read by thousands shows the Striesand effect risk from trying to suppress stuff.
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