Filmography 2010: 270 Films in Six Minutes

This year's movies have legitimately transformed Gen I's idea of what is creatively possible. To commemorate, She sifted through clips from 270 films that were either produced or distributed in 2010 and edited them into a video.

(click above link to see films in order of appearance)

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Twitter Statistics for 2010, Compared with 2009

Sysomos is the leading provider of social media monitoring and analytics technology release of a new report taking a look at how people are using Twitter, and it compares with a year ago. they examined 1.02 billion tweets made by 20.3 million Twitter users. Some of the highlights of the report include:

  • 44% of the total Twitter population joined between January 2009 and Aug 2010.
  • 82% of Twitter users now provide a name, compared with 33% in 2009.
  • 73% provide location information compared with 44% in 2009.
  • 63.3% now provide a bio, compared with 31% in 2009.
  • 45% of users submit a Web site address, compared with 22% in 2009.
  • 80.6% have made fewer than 500 tweets.
  • 22.5% have accounted for about 90% of all activity.
  • Users with more than 100 friends has increased by three-fold to 21% since 2009.
  • Justin Bieber is one of top two-word phrases and top name in user’s bios.
  • An in-depth report at Twitter´s Growth 2010, compared with 2009

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Election count as you've never seen it before

After five weeks of campaigning and 14 million votes, there is no clear winner from the federal election. Neither Labor nor the Coalition has won enough to seats to win power its own right. We have a hung Parliament for the first time in 70 years. Take a closer look at the state of play at the Australian election count. election data visualisation showed you the Australian Electoral Commission's count live. Instead of presenting the count as a map, they've made each electorate into a little ball, which pulses and swings and fights for position against 149 others.

(Click here to see an interactive graphic)