pewinternet:

Chart of the week: Who uses Twitter?
Several demographic groups stand out as having high rates of Twitter usage relative to their peers:
African-Americans — Black internet users continue to use Twitter at high rates. More than one quarter of online African-Americans (28%) use Twitter, with 13% doing so on a typical day.
Young adults — One quarter (26%) of internet users ages 18-29 use Twitter, nearly double the rate for those ages 30-49. Among the youngest internet users (those ages 18-24), fully 31% are Twitter users.
Urban and suburban residents — Residents of urban and suburban areas are significantly more likely to use Twitter than their rural counterparts.
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pewinternet:

Chart of the week: Who uses Twitter?

Several demographic groups stand out as having high rates of Twitter usage relative to their peers:

  • African-Americans — Black internet users continue to use Twitter at high rates. More than one quarter of online African-Americans (28%) use Twitter, with 13% doing so on a typical day.
  • Young adults — One quarter (26%) of internet users ages 18-29 use Twitter, nearly double the rate for those ages 30-49. Among the youngest internet users (those ages 18-24), fully 31% are Twitter users.
  • Urban and suburban residents — Residents of urban and suburban areas are significantly more likely to use Twitter than their rural counterparts.

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quartertonebloom:

arsvitaest:i12bent:
Fritz Henle, Nieves Orozco, Mexico 1947

quartertonebloom:

arsvitaest:i12bent:

Fritz Henle, Nieves Orozco, Mexico 1947

librarygoddess:

Holy librarian Batman!
jyhslibrary:

“Where are we going Batman?” “To the Public Library!” - duh!

librarygoddess:

Holy librarian Batman!

jyhslibrary:

“Where are we going Batman?” “To the Public Library!” - duh!

Harvard’s Healthy Eating Plate. I like! 
Medify - this excites me! it is the closest method I’ve seen for how i’d envision data extraction from PubMed that would help comparing data across studies. very cool. I must find the time to explore this further.

Medify - this excites me! it is the closest method I’ve seen for how i’d envision data extraction from PubMed that would help comparing data across studies. very cool. I must find the time to explore this further.

judywilkenfeld:

For 68 years, my father was seeking the answer to the question, what happened to his mother, sister and brother during The Shoah? What was their final destination? It was assumed that they were either killed in Auschwitz or Treblinka. The pain of not knowing was always present for my father.

{Gitel Wilkenfeld nee Fluss/Wein}

via xkcd