If you’d invested $20,000 in Uber‘s angel round in 2010, you’d have a €40 million stake now. It’s something to think about! Here’s an offbeat analysis of some of the data surrounding Uber – currently valued at over $50 billion. Made by: Mister Beep
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The internet has no borders; increasingly things get complicated when questions of jurisdiction arise. Bertrand de La Chappelle runs The Internet and Jurisdiction Project, based in Paris, which is working to to establish “a global, issue-based, multi-stakeholder dialogue process between states, International Organizations, companies, civil society and the technical community. The project provides a neutral […]
The volume of data on mobile networks in Ireland has increased by over 75% in the past year, while texting (SMS) has decreased by almost 20% in the same period according to the latest Quarterly Report by the Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg). The Quarterly Report on the Electronic Communications market for the period (1 July to 30 […]
61% of Irish people aged 15 and over have a Facebook account: more than twice the number on Twitter, its nearest rival at 29%. That’s according to the latest Ipsos MRBI Social Networking Quarterly Survey published today. Twitter membership is slightly ahead of LinkedIn and Google+, which both stand at 24%. However, Facebook is streets ahead in another important metric, […]
Sorry – but it’s good for a giggle! Via Visual Idiot on Twitter.
When it comes to politics, the story’s in the data, and it always has been. Interpreting “the numbers” has traditionally been the preserve of a priest-like caste of tallymen and vote managers, who possess the ability to read the raw code of The Matrix. For the rest of us, understanding data comes down to how it’s […]
Everyone loves being able to visualise data and infographics have become very popular in the last couple of years. However being able to generate attractive graphs and graphics requires both skill and access to data. The EU’s Digital Agenda for Europe site removes some of the pain You can quickly and easily generate a range […]
Using a graphic of some kind to illustrate a report or to make some statistics “come alive” is a good idea, but not every type of data is suited to the same type of visual presentation. So how do you decide? This flowchart might help Via – mentioned here.
If you’re an Android user then this graphic might be of interest. Plenty of data about Android! Via