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sublim-ature: Bison at Yellowstone by William van Beckum
CF1 by Dive Doc on Flickr.
Big data do not solve the problem that has obsessed statisticians and scientists for centuries: the problem of insight, of inferring what is going on, and figuring out how we might intervene to change a system for the better. — Big data: are we making a big mistake? - FT.com (via jeanphony)
Above all, don’t rely on any aspect of style sheets to work in order for a page to be accessible. Absolute units, like pixels and points are to be avoided (if that comes as a surprise, read on), and color needs to be used carefully, and never relied on. — A Dao of Web Design
make pages which are adaptable. Make pages which are accessible, regardless of the browser, platform or screen that your reader chooses or must use to access your pages. This means pages which are legible regardless of screen resolution or size, or number of colors (and remember too that pages may be printed, or read aloud by reading software, or read using braille browsers). This means pages which adapt to the needs of a reader, whose eyesight is less than perfect, and who wishes to read pages with a very large font size. — A Dao of Web Design
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Australian Cyclists Party reveals its Coat of Arms based on the 1896 original.