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Discover where you fit in based on your postal code, marketing data

Where you are in Toronto says a lot about who you are, according to a new report.

Environics Analytics has released the third installment of its PRIZM series, which uses demographic and marketing data to create snapshots of communities across Canada. 227 more words

Toronto

Charles Kuffner Analyzes Abbott's Appeal Among Latino Voters

After the November 2014 election, some fairly iffy exit-polling suggested that Abbott had swayed around 44% of the Latino vote statewide. That percentage seemed high, and so Charles Kuffner took the effort to actually look at the numbers. 80 more words

The Rise of the New Kind of Cabbie: A Comparison of Uber and Taxi Drivers

Intro.

One day back in the early 2000’s, I commandeered one of my mom’s many spiral notebooks. I’d carry the notebook all around Manhattan, allowing it to accompany me everywhere from pizza parlors to playgrounds, while the notebook waited eagerly for my parents to hail a taxicab so it could fulfill its eventual purpose. 1,864 more words

Data Visualization

Americans Love Sunny Suburbs

In restating common knowledge, this article from the Atlantic Magazine notes the endless love affair we have with the suburban lifestyle, especially in sunny and warm places. 211 more words

Demographics

INFORMATION: Enemy of Islamic Supremacy

Published on Mar 29, 2015 by Eric Allen Bell

When the power of information spread about Islam, about it’s barbaric practices, censorship and plans for world domination – when that information is more powerful than the Islamic birth rate, we will save civilization as we know it. 110 more words

Counter Jihad Report

The Wonderful World of "FWB"

Fantasy World Building. The art of creation; the ultimate achievement in imagination. At least, I’d like to think so.

FWB is simply creating unique places from scratch. 565 more words

Writing

Where Is The Wealth In Miami-Dade County?

When it comes to wealth and Miami-Dade County, it’s all about the coast. The greatest density of wealth is found in Miami along all the coastal areas, with the following exceptions: the area due North of Edgewater (5) up to Aventura (30) and Sunny Isles Beach (28), as well as the area South of Palmetto Bay (81). 8 more words

Economy