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Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell, an old-school chart lover and member of the community (she was a contributor to I Love Charts: The Book!) has just released her first book of cartoons! The book is titled Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, But You...Show More Summary
An I LOVE CHARTS EXCLUSIVE first look at a chart from Feminist Fight Club: An Office Survival Manual (for a Sexist Workplace) — the new book from our good friend Jessica Bennett, New York Times writer and former Tumblr editor. The book — a battle manual for fighting sexism at work — hits shelves Sept. Show More Summary
isomorphismes: In trying to understand sheaves, topology, open sets, chain complexes, kernel( ?) ÷ image( previous(?)), algebraic topology, cokernel, fibration, base space & total space, étale maps,, and some other stuff, I found I needed...Show More Summary
nemfrog: New Jersey swallowed by some other states. New Jersey. 1906.
fruitsoftheweb: “The Face of Crime in the United States”
chaosophia218: Hans Baldung - Chart of the Signs of the Zodiac with Venus, Cupid, and a Bishop Saint, 1510.
poetry-protest-pornography: amroyounes: Time for some kitchen charts to help you adult better ;) Really helpful reference!
emmanuelnegro: youdontneedtofollowme: British Privilege, Entitlement & Exceptionalism in one photo. The whole problem, in one simple image.
ilovecharts: Cody Westphal — It’s Hard Asking Out A Barista Hi guys! Cody and Jason here. You know, those two guys who made I Love Charts. Don’t you miss 2013? Us too. Anyway, we worked together on an album of Cody’s songs, which we’re both really proud of, called What Selling Out Is and Why It Feels Bad. Show More Summary
ilovecharts: ilovecharts: I’m pleased to announce that The Hustle Economy is out now and available wherever books are sold! The absurdly prolific Jessica Hagy (of the blog Indexed) and I rounded up a bunch of talented creatives and asked them to share their best wisdom on surviving the gig economy. Show More Summary
ilovecharts: I’m pleased to announce that The Hustle Economy is out now and available wherever books are sold! The absurdly prolific Jessica Hagy (of the blog Indexed) and I rounded up a bunch of talented creatives and asked them to share their best wisdom on surviving the gig economy. Show More Summary
iloveoldmagazines: Black Belt 1967 Vol. 5, No. 10
That’s all for today – if you enjoyed this look into the what we economic wonks at the White House are thinking about, check out the CEA blog. – Jason
But as the recovery continues, we cannot forget the long-standing challenges that our economy has faced in recent decades. Chief among these is rising inequality—of income, of wealth, and of opportunity. While inequality is a global challenge, it remains especially important in the United States. Show More Summary
The economy’s progress since 2009 has been robust. The unemployment rate has fallen by half from its peak of 10 percent to 4.9 percent in the most recent data. In fact, the economy has beaten expectations in many important ways. As recently...Show More Summary
We recovered so strongly from the 2008-2009 recession in large part due to the different choices we made. Unlike at the onset of the Great Depression, our policymakers took aggressive and rapid actions to boost aggregate demand to get our economy growing again, stabilize financial markets, and support workers who had lost their jobs. Show More Summary
The shocks to the stock market and housing prices show a similar pattern – and were leading contributors to the decline in household net worth as families’ homes and investments lost value. But just like overall net worth, each indicator bounced back after the United States’ aggressive response to the crisis.
Last week marked the seventh anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act—also known as the Recovery Act—signed into law less than a month after President Obama took office. Today, with unemployment below 5% and wages rising, it is easy to forget just how close our economy was to a second Great Depression in early 2009. Show More Summary