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The Simpsons: Interactive Map of Springfield

The Simpsons: Interactive Map of Springfield
Discover Springfield, where live the Simpsons family; Homer, Bart, Marge, Lisa and Maggie. Roll over the places to discover a picture of it. The map of Springfield is based on the Guide to Springfield USA . I made this interactive, the job is not finished, there are allways framegrabs to add and add some functions to the map. If you want to know more about the show or Springfield in particular, check out these links: » Zoom-out opening sequence (animated gif) (in GABF05 & FABF08) » Where is The Simpsons' Springfield? » Official site of "The Simpsons" animated series on FOX » All Intros (Runs To Couch) of the 16th/17th Season (including zoom-out couch to space) » All the Simpsons on DVD via » The screencaps » Everything about The Simpsons Movie Source: Wikipedia Like The Map of Springfield? Related:  Cinéma

See The 25 Most Beautiful Data Visualizations Of 2013 It's an understatement to say that the data visualization sphere has exploded over the past several years. As we look to understand the increasing, mind-bending amount of information that we all generate across all areas of endeavor, data artists have created works that have brought beauty and clarity to everything from the minutiae of our personal lives to geopolitical trends. And, of course, as more data is visualized in more ways, we've experienced the fatigue that comes with gratuitous, ham-handed assemblies of facts and figures. To remind us of what data visualization can be, in the right hands, data viz studio Information Is Beautiful and research company Kantar created the Information Is Beautiful Awards. "How to Win an Oscar," a data visualization from Delayed Gratification Quarterly, shows links between Academy Award winners going back to 1928. Alongside the medal-winning examples above, there's great info-art to ogle on the short list.

/us « Celebrating The 83rd Oscar Awards With 83 Amazing Infographics This year’s edition of the Oscars has passed, but we thought that it would be nice if we selected some of the most interesting infographics about the wonderful world of cinema. And that’s a huge task, especially if we consider that some sagas – like Star Wars or Harry Potter – have so many infographics about them, that we could make an entire post just with them – just for you to have an idea, we have over 400 on Visual Loop!!!. Even so, we selected some from all over the world, so we hope you enjoy it! The Oscars Of course we have to begin with a round-up of the many data-viz goodies made for the Oscars. The Animated History of the Oscars | Via All about Oscar and the Academy Awards | Via The Numbers Behind the Academy Awards | Via Everything you wanted to know about the Oscars | Via Best Picture Winners: Where they took place | Via Guide To Actual EGOT Winners | Via Profiling the Best Film Oscar winners in the past 30 years | Via The Oscar Box Office Effect | Via For this year’s edition:

Digital terrestrial television in Australia Digital terrestrial television in Australia commenced on 1 January 2001 in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth using DVB-T standards. The phase out of analogue PAL transmissions began in 2010 and was completed by 10 December 2013. Digital terrestrial television brought a number of enhancements over the previous analogue television, primarily higher-quality picture and sound, as well as datacasting and multi-view services such as video program guides, high definition, and now-and-next program information. There are a number of additional channels, datacasting, as well as high definition services, available to digital terrestrial television viewers in Australia. History[edit] Planning[edit] Planning for digital terrestrial television in Australia can be traced back to 1993, when a group of specialists was drawn from the then-Australian Broadcasting Authority, Department of Transport and Communications, in addition to broadcasters and manufacturers. Response[edit] Launch[edit]

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