El País published another great COVID-19 data visualisation this week (first one here) illustrating the spread of aersols indoors in a room, bar and classroom. Mask and adequate ventilation severly reduce the risk of contamination.
I often have "discussions" with my wife over the designation of particular colours, particularly the colour of the paint in our sitting room which I say is grey and she says is light blue. Have some mindless clicking fun this Friday afternoon with Colour Controversy, a site that serves you up a colour and asks you to pick from two possible answers. The percentage answers are shown after you pick, and you can even see a leaderboard of the most controversial colours!
The Stanford University Libraries have a fantastic data visualisation exhibition available online showing great examples of data visualisation, many historic in nature, including this fabulous paleontological map of Ireland & the UK from 1850.
As part of their 10th birthday week, Cloudflare announced a range of new products and services, including a privacy-first web analytics product, which doesn't finger-print individual users, or use any client side state tracking.