Posts Tagged ‘Tools and Tips’

Beat the Burnout

Tuesday, November 13th, 2007

Where, oh where was this when I needed it a few months ago!  During my regimented reading, I came across Scott Berkun’s 2004 post on how to survive creative burnout.  I’m linking to it now so I’ll have easy access to it when (not if) my batteries start to drain again and I start to consider taking another series of “breaks” from the creative endeavors I hold dear.

My Zip is Better Than Your Zip

Thursday, November 1st, 2007

A while ago I came across CensusScope, which lets you visualize the census results in maps, charts and the like.  This week, my sister sent along a site to me in a similar mold:  ZIPskinny.  The difference it seems is that ZIPskinny is more about competitive comparison.  Feed it a handful of zip codes and see for yourself.

Fun with statistics

Wednesday, June 5th, 2002

CensusScope is a great web tool that lets you muck around with the Census 2000 results. What little nugget of wisdom will you find inside?