One of the most interesting data sets for aspiring mapmakers is the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. Among other things, that survey includes a detailed look at the languages spoken in American homes. We say “interesting,” but not on its surface.
Latino Marketing Made a Difference During the 2012 U.S. Presidential election, when the race was called for Obama, the analysts for each network credited the Latino vote as the most decisive voting block. Subsequent data revealed a 70+ to 23 margin that voted with a clear preference for the platform and party that actually considered […]
Today the Bristol Boyz (and Gurlz) welcome Rudy de Leon back from a six-week work stint in Portland, working for our good friends at the R2C Agency. It’s a long time away we know, so we tried to keep him busy with leaky house pipes and broken-down cars. Also snow storms. To make him feel at home. Fortunately […]
Take a look at this fascinating piece that explores the cinematography in The Incredibles. Shows how meticulously the movie was put together – one of my faves for sure. – Ramiro Links to the piece below, written by Ron Doucet at the blog “Flooby Nooby”: PART ONE PART TWO PART THREE
Maybe it is because I love Disney movies and photography that I just can’t pass this by. This is super cali fragilistic expialidocious and then some. The kid in me has always loved Disney films, and as I grew up and realized that I could make a career of it – which by the way I […]
Sometimes the right thing to do is the most difficult… I often find myself struggling with my emotions, particularly in front of my 4- and 8-year-old kids. Yes, sure, I’m an adult, but I can act like a child quite often. I know that I am to teach and pass on lifelong and lasting wisdom […]