This is such a nice visualization. You can clearly see the impact the introduction of each vaccine had on these United States of Denial of Medical Benefits. I call it USDMB. (I'm just missing the U. Got suggestions?)
It is fascinating to see how some diseases (Measles) were quite prevalent and killing in great intensity, while others (Polio) got going perhaps as populations grew and mixed, with others still (Hepatitis A) were intense, then lighter and then completely gone after the vaccine.
Polio is perhaps the most dramatic, you can see it attacking us and them BOOM! We drop a world of hurt on polio.
The graphics were featured in the WSJ: http://goo.gl/j2n8Ls There are a few more on that site, please check 'em out. They were originally created by Project Tycho at the University of Pittsburgh: http://goo.gl/jfkmjP
- University of OradeaComputer Science, 1996 - 2001
- CylexLead developer, 2006 - present
- DEC ITdeveloper, 2000 - 2006
Infogroup: Indoor Location Data is Future of Listings Management
Infogroup Data Licensing is a provider of high-value business data to clients in search, navigation, and mobile. The company provides real-t
15 Very Effective Methods to Get Quality Customer Feedback
Every e-commerce owners, knows the importance of customer feedback. As much as customer feedback is important, equally well-known is the dif
Bing Distill is Microsoft's version of Yahoo Answers, website is live an...
At the beginning of this year, we reported that Microsoft was working on curating human answers in a new service called Bing Distill. The wo
Marketing Technology Landscape Supergraphic (2015) - Chief Marketing Tec...
There’s a lot of marketing technology in the world, my friend. The 2015 edition of my marketing technology landscape supergraphic has been r
Yext adds Yandex, 9 New Publishers to the PowerListings Network - The Ye...
Yext adds Yandex and 9 leading local search publishers in Russia, Austria, Ireland, Spain, Switzerland and the United States
Google's Sitelinks Search Box: What You Need to Know
Several months ago, Google announced a new sitelinks search box. Despite its strong adoption, until now we've had very little evidence to un
2014 Link Building Success Stories - SEO Experts Share Their Stories - L...
40+ SEO experts share their favorite link building story from 2014, highlighting what led to their success.
Quality Content Factors: A List That’s Actually Helpful
We’re all chasing “quality content” - but what does that actually look like? In an apparent effort to help publishers rank better, Google re
The leaked New York Times innovation report is one of the key documents ...
It's an astonishing look inside the cultural change still needed in the shift to digital — even in one of the world's greatest newsrooms. Re
Sequoia Invests In Mapillary To Crowd-Map The World Faster Than Street View
Google’s Street View is an astounding service, unimaginable a few years ago. But photographing streets and stitching them together is a cost
Fieberkurve 2014 – Aufsteigende Sterne und Absteiger für Google Deutschl...
Wieder ist ein Jahr vergangen und es hat sich in Sachen SEO Visibility eine Menge getan in den Google SERPs. Höchste Zeit, sich einmal genau
Webinar: How Local Digital Media Sales Needs To Evolve
In September, Greg Sterling of LSA and Neal Polachek of BuzzBoard released a free white paper titled, "Local Media Sales 2020: Platforms, Pr