Daily Archives: March 21, 2011

Protected: Spring Gardening Tips and Gardening Tip Calendar

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Protected: Jose Bayona – Data Visualization Project, latest version

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Data Visualization Revision

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Babies in Bars Data Viz: Re-Do

Here is my newish version. I took a lot of feedback that was given in class last week and tweaked the appearance of the project with things like background color, font, context. The real updates came after my meetings with … Continue reading

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Flash Project – Take 2

I’ve reworked my Flash presentation from last week. Here it is: So. What did I do? I changed the buttons around. I wanted to make them more minimalist. I centered the project a bit better. I used gridlines to make … Continue reading

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Meet Your Middle Eastern Neighbor

The map below is an opportunity to further explore the uprisings in the Middle East through the eyes of New Yorkers. The revolts currently sweeping across the Arab world surprised many people. Out of nowhere, it seemed, masses of young, … Continue reading

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Highly Caffeinated Energy Drinks

Media coverage swarmed around the caffeine and alcohol hybrid drink Four Loko after several deaths college students drinking too much. This past November, the company said that it would remove the caffeine from its formulas. Although tragic, the events highlighted … Continue reading

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The Best Schools for Black Students

In New York City, only about 6 of 10 students graduate from high school in four years. When it comes to African-American students, that number drops to 5 of 10. There are some high schools that are beating the odds … Continue reading

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Cigarette Butt Recycling Program

Assemblyman Michael G. DenDekker introduced a state bill last year that calls for the creation of cigarette butt recycling facilities and for a one-cent deposit to be placed on each cigarette butt.  The program would work similarly to the aluminum … Continue reading

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