A guest post from Bible visualization expert Robert Rouse on Biblical baby names and what that tells us about religion in America.
Sticking people into ideological buckets based on their risk acceptance isn't something to be proud of.
I swore that I was going to stop doing these, but the landscape on COVID info is atrocious and wildly out of context
A podcast conversation about money, family, and society
The case for harsh COVID lockdowns is weak, but there is an ongoing attempt to formalize the pro-lockdown position as the thing all smart people know.
The Biden administrations "you saved 16 cents" gif was a classic example of numeric condescension
The headline seems alarming, but the mathematics of vaccine efficacy says that this is to be expected
The nature of online discourse means some concepts take off with a some subcultures before they are even encountered by others. Here are some online rh…
As a beloved visual effects journal shutters, a loving tribute is in order to the artists and technicians who love to make the impossible.
And a set of updates to the Florida data piece
An experiment in abandoning the narrative
It's "Cleanup on Aisle COVID" as we close the book on this monthly in-depth look at COVID data state by state