by Esin Yagel
“Me he Obruni. Ya fre me Esin.
Me pow chow, e te sen?”
In the Twi language spoken in the southern region of Ghana, these words translate as: “I am a white person/foreigner. My name is Esin. Please, how are you?” Continue reading
I like the visual representation of data in this chart, reproduced from Nicolas Rapp’s quite interesting Information Design blog. I find the data both counterintuitive and yet very intuitive at the same time: Continue reading
“Facebook Meets Brick-and-Mortar Politics” Nice article on Egypt and Turkey from Thomas Friedman in today’s New York Times. Even though his advice to Egyptian moderates seems to be unclear, he does nail it at the conclusion: Continue reading