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This Map Of Race In America Is Pretty Freaking Awesome

Map: Six Decades of the Most Popular Names for Girls, State-by-State

Map: Six Decades of the Most Popular Names for Girls, State-by-State

I was born in 1989 in Oregon. My name is Ashley. My best friend Jessica was born in 1990 in Alaska. **Click to show the progression of popular baby names over 52 years.** A gif map showing the most popular names for baby girls in the United States

First, valleys widen at the expense of their smaller neighbors, and second, side slopes of the widening valleys become susceptible to channel incision. There's a cool exhibit at the NY Hall of Science that shows this too. Cool.

First, valleys widen at the expense of their smaller neighbors, and second, side slopes of the widening valleys become susceptible to channel incision. There's a cool exhibit at the NY Hall of Science that shows this too. Cool.

Nov 2, 2012  US jobs report in charts and stats

The complete US jobs report in charts and stats

If you want to start earning $100k per year sooner rather than later? Tech skills like these are your ticket to the fast lane.

11 Skills You Must Learn to Earn 6 Figures

If you want to start earning $100k per year sooner rather than later? Tech skills like these are your ticket to the fast lane.

Very interesting article from The Economist about German-Americans and their assimilation into American culture. Not entirely sure whether these statistics actually distinguish between immigrants from various German-SPEAKING countries. Quote from the article: "John Michael [Kohler, an Austrian] . . . married the daughter of another German immigrant." Interesting nonetheless.

The silent minority

Very interesting article from The Economist about German-Americans and their assimilation into American culture. Not entirely sure whether these statistics actually distinguish between immigrants from various German-SPEAKING countries. Quote from the article: "John Michael [Kohler, an Austrian] . . . married the daughter of another German immigrant." Interesting nonetheless.

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