Posts filed under “Digital Media”

Fed “Stress Test” Results

Zion’s Bank — really?

Fed “Stress Test” Results

Source: WSJ

Category: Credit, Digital Media, Federal Reserve

How to Be An Innovator

How to be more innovative? Some advice from the experts on how to design your personal innovation roadmap — in three steps. How to Be An Innovator: Your Personal Roadmap from Sidneyeve Matrix Slides from a keynote presentation prepared for Queen’s School of Business Innovation Summit, 2014.

Category: Digital Media, Technology, Venture Capital

How Hollywood Has Destroyed America

Source: The Concourse

Category: Digital Media, Film, Humor, Media

Crafting Visual Stories with Data

Data visualization has enabled us to compress data and express them visually in many interesting new ways. It is often cited that we are trying to tell stories through them. Is that really the case? How can we ensure that the audience is able to retain, recall and retell our data-driven stories. Using examples and…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Psychology

Tweets of the Week. 3.22.14

The Fed Hawkish? Hardly! Calling Janet Yellen a "hawk" for slight hint that rates won't stay below zero for all eternity is flat out crazy. — Ben White (@morningmoneyben) March 20, 2014 Spelled with an “i” The Fed's favorite animal is back — Chicken from heaven (@margafret) March 19, 2014 Where would any…Read More

Category: Digital Media

Basic Wine Guide

Source: Visually

Category: Digital Media, Food and Drink

Tanker Tracker

Source: Oil Buyer’s Guide, Bloomberg Brief

Category: Digital Media, Energy, Transports

Money is No Object

I dont agree with everything from this school of thought, but this is an interesting and informative primer.     Money is No Object from Mitch Green

Category: Currency, Digital Media

Big Bang Revealed

Today’s NYT discusses how scientists saw evidence of the Big Bang, including the ballooning inflation right at the beginning ofthe universe’s expansion. They “detected ripples in the fabric of space-time — so-called gravitational waves — the signature of a universe being wrenched violently apart when it was roughly a trillionth of a trillionth of a trillionth…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Science

Dozens of Planes Have Vanished in Post-WWII Era

From Bloomberg Visual Data: Some 83 aircraft have been declared “missing” since 1948, according to data compiled by the Aviation Safety Network. The list includes planes capable of carrying more than 14 passengers and where no trace — bodies or debris — has ever been found. Source: Bloomberg Visual Data

Category: Digital Media, Research