You’ve probably seen a lot of data visualizations by now — charts, maps, graphs and the like — but have you ever heard an data “audiolization”? Rick Noack of WorldViews explains: “What does it sound like if you turn four decades of global refugee movement into a three-minute music video? Brian Foo, who calls himself […]
With water shortages so common up and down the west coast, there's been no shortage of drought stories in the news. But JPR's Michael Joyce found this story about the only county in California with too much water, and the problem of figuring out what to do with it all. [#CAdrought, #drylandsCA]
I've been thinking a lot about water lately. And I'll produce a radio story about the water supply in my town later this week. Until then, this is an interesting look into how New York City supplies water to over 9 million people every day.