Population Density Map of British Columbia, 2006
Acres of Selected Field Crops Harvested by US Contiguous County, 2012
Rust Belt of the USA, region of heavy industry and steel production.
American Empire: All the land owned by the US
Percent of Farms Receiving Government Payments, 2012
World Population Growth Density
Half of British Columbia’s population lives here.
Countries that end with -istan in Turkish
English - Turkish
Mongolia - Moğolistan
Kazakhstan - Kazakistan
Kyrgyzstan - Kırgızistan
Uzbekistan - Özbekistan
Turkmenistan - Türkmenistan
Tajikistan - Tacikistan
Afghanistan - Afganistan
Pakistan - Pakistan
India - Hindistan
Saudi Arabia - Suudi Arabistan
Armenia - Ermenistan
Georgia - Gürcistan
Greece - Yunanistan
Bulgaria - Bulgaristan
Serbia - Sırbistan
Croatia - Hırvatistan
Hungary - Macaristan
And finally Poland, which has the mostly used ”Polonya” but there’s the old name which might be used as well sometimes ”Lehistan”.
55% of Manitoba’s population lives here
Google Autocomplete: Why is [state name] …?
Sort of self-explanatory, but quick key:
purple: google has no autocomplete on the two Dakotas.
orange-like: unique (questionable on Colorado, true)
brown: I genuinely thought there will be more sports-related autocompletes, but nope. Kind of redundant.
green: same story with brown.
Color selection was random indeed.
Definitely not the best or most entertaining map out there, but for a non-American, it was interesting to compile.
Also unoriginal, there was a similar map couple of days ago.
An Interactive Map of the Global Sharing Economy
The Sharing Economy has exploded into life over the past 12 months. Technological developments are allowing people to share more goods, skills and services than ever before, and new business models are springing up all around the world.
In the UK alone, an estimated 25% of people already take part in this type of sharing online, and current global revenues of around £9bn could reach £230bn per year by 2025.
Spurred on by this growth, the team at Love Home Swap has created a map of the most exciting Sharing Economy companies around the world - from carpooling in Cairo to skill-sharing in Sydney – and the business leaders behind them.
76% of the US working population drives alone to work
Half of New York’s population lives here
Baseball fans of America
Austria & Hungary: Today vs. 100 years ago.
50% of US Householders Moved in from 2000-2004
Map of US Circuit Courts
The United States courts of appeals (or circuit courts) are the intermediate appellate courts of the United States federal court system. A court of appeals decides appeals from the district courts within its federal judicial circuit, and in some instances from other designated federal courts and administrative agencies.
Countries by military expenditures