Willem ter Harmsel

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Peter Sena - What Makes an Infographic Cool?

Guest Post by Peter Sena<p><b>Infographics, another problem solved through design</b><p>As a designer, everything I see is a form of an infographic. Whether the …

Matthew Dunn - What Makes an Infographic Cool?

Guest Post by Dr. Matthew Dunn<p>What Makes an Infographic Cool? Beer.<p>Beer is cool.<p>So is an infographic on beer cool?<p>I think this one is cool:<p>But, …

Units of Measure Calendar

An intriguing calendar that shows the date by using units of measurements commonly used. Designed by the team at ACRE in Singapore, you can buy your …

How Big Are The Biggest Waves Ever Surfed?

By using a well recognizable symbol like the Statue of Liberty, the How Big Are The Biggest Waves Ever Surfed? infographic from San Diego Surfing …

40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World

If you’re a visual learner like myself, then you know maps, charts and infographics can really help bring data and information to life. Maps can make …

HackRF, a Kickstarter project promising the holy grail of wireless radios

Advertisement<p>5 Comments<p>Credit:<p>Listen up wireless nerds, a Kickstarter project called HackRF is promising to take the revolutions that Moore’s Law has …

If you could actually see Wi-Fi, this is what it would look like

Advertisement<p>13 Comments<p>What if you could actually see Wi-Fi? It is something we all have wondered about. We can see the Wi-Fi routers in our homes …

Rackspace’s cloud biz is growing … just not as fast as Amazon’s

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>There’s a vein of Rackspace(s rax) pessimism running through the world of cloud computing pundits so thick you’re likely to …

Ultrasonic networking: your devices are talking, and you can’t hear a thing

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Credit: Tund<p>This is cool: Google(s goog) engineer Boris Smus figured out a way to use ultrasonic sounds to let your devices …