IP Addresses Per Capita

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The good folks over at Modern Life is Rubish have posted a fairly interesting map. They’ve figured out which countries have the most IP address per person and which have the least. The map shows the general distribution and the two charts below show the top 10 most and least per capita. It’s a fairly […]

300,000,000 Served

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An interesting milestone is about to happen in the US. Somewhere on or about October 17th, the US population will have surpased 300,000,000 people. The US is the third most populous country on the planet (behind China and India). The last big milestone was 200 million, which we hit in 1967, and then 100 million […]

SoundAboutPhilly – off-the-beaten-path podcast tours of Philadelphia

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SoundAboutPhilly is a project, funded in part by the Pew Charitable Trusts, to generate podcast tour guide for lesser known areas of Philadelphia, historical tours, and other special topics. According to the website, the podcast tours are given by “real” Philadelphians. The tours are available via downolad or can be streamed from the website. The […]

A Modern Day Ruins

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Here’s an intersting photo series about an abandoned town in Russia. The pictures are pretty interesting, especially when you consider this place was probably occupied less than 20 years ago. Now it’s a veritable ghost town of the Cold War. I thought it was a pretty stark example of the after effects of localized human […]