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The Racial Dot Map: One Dot Per Person for the Entire U.S.

The Racial Dot Map: One Dot Per Person for the Entire U.S.
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The Best Map Ever Made of America's Racial Segregation Last year, a pair of researchers from Duke University published a report with a bold title: “The End of the Segregated Century.” U.S. cities, the authors concluded, were less segregated in 2012 than they had been at any point since 1910. But less segregated does not necessarily mean integrated–something this incredible map makes clear in vivd color. The map, created by Dustin Cable at University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, is stunningly comprehensive.

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Reveal Your Character! Fun Literary Character Quiz Home › Reveal Your Character! What Literary Character Are You? Quiz Reveal Your Character! Share on print Urban world: Mapping the economic power of cities Six hundred cities—the City 600—are projected to generate more than 60 percent of global growth to 2025. Within this group, companies need to adjust their strategy to include the 577 fast-growing “middleweight cities.” The urban world is shifting. Today only 600 urban centers generate about 60 percent of global GDP. While 600 cities will continue to account for the same share of global GDP in 2025, this group of 600 will have a very different membership.

The 18 Things Women Love Most About Sex 18 is the minimum age (in most jurisdictions, at least) at which you’re legally empowered to have sex, and that makes it the perfect number for our list of things that ladies love about sex with you. What follows isn’t really a how-to. It’s more of a woman’s why-yes. Swing Table: Conference Furniture Sets Meetings in Motion Ever feel like your boss takes things a little too seriously? Well, it may be harder to be anything but a bit lighter-hearted when meeting around this unique variant of the classic boardroom table. Created by and for Duffy London, four slim posts support this table and the rails from which each suspended seat freely swings. The aesthetic manages to be smooth and professional but also industrial and fun, all angles and lines, white and wood, but beneath (or beyond) that overt class the functionality of a backyard swingset.