“This database probing told me three things: 1) Netflix had an absurdly large number of genres, an order of magnitude or two more than I had thought, 2) it was organized in a way that I didn’t understand, and 3) there was no way I could go through […]
It turns out there’s a reason why movies are starting to feel the same: “Summer movies are often described as formulaic. But what few people know is that there is actually a formula—one that lays out, on a page-by-page basis, exactly what should happen when in a screenplay. […]
Pornokitsch finishes determining essential epic fantasy, with statistics, graphs and lists of their selections. Nice to see Homer in there.
Sarah Wenger has made a neat infographic about women in the tech field.
Medical Transcription Net breaks down the value of your body in “You’re Worth More Dead Than Alive.”
This infographic of logical fallacies could help you argue better on the internet, or provide more occasions to correct others with the phrase, “Actually, your argument is based on a logical fallacy.”