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The world-famous Forbes list published their 2013 list of richest people in the world and 210 new 10-figure-fortunes. This years´ lists reveal some interesting facts. There are more billionaires than ever before: 1,426 The average billionaires is: from America, although Asia is following quite closely (not surprisingly) It’s a mens world: however, women have ascended […]

The pope resigning was one of the most unimaginable things that I could have ever thought of, simply because I had taken for granted that one could not simply resign to be the pope. Many questions came into my mind then: which Pope held the longest Pontificate or was the youngest at the start of papacy? How […]

Exploring the connections between the most brilliant minds of the artist that created the concept of abstraction has given the Momas museum team a better insight as to how this vibrant artistic movement came about. In 1912, in several European cities, a handful of artists—Vasily Kandinsky, Frantisek Kupka, Francis Picabia, and Robert Delaunay—presented the first […]

Governments from all around the world are releasing tons of information every day under the open data laws. Creating something out of that information can make you $2,000 richer. The Guardian newspaper, in collaboration with the open knowledge foundation and Google are offering a prize for the best visualisation. The competition is open to citizens […]

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Occupy Wall Street’s slogan “We are the 99%” had been echoing through the United States and the world for just over a month when James B. Glattfelder and his co-authors released the study “The Network of Global Corporate Control” in October 2011. The study was a scientific look at our…

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