This week, for the Makeover Monday we have some data from a visualisation created by the National Conference on State Legislatures. According to the NCSL:
Approximately 1,809 women serve in the 50 state legislatures at the beginning of the 2016 legislative session. Women make up 24.5 percent of all state legislators nationwide.
Here is my entry:
Kazuhiko Yatani created a cartoon character called 原発くん（げんぱつくん）aka Nuclear Boy to explain to his kid the Fukushima nuclear power plant situation. This has quickly turned into an animation that has been doing the rounds in some reports to try to explain the situation. The explanation is not technical, but it tries to put the situation in a context that young kids can understand…
It stars Genpatsu-kun (Genpatsu is slang for a nuclear power plant, and -kun is a suffix used to address young boys), who has a bad stomach ache. Other characters inlcude Three Mile Island in America, and Chernobyl-chan (-chan is a suffix used for kids of both genders).
What do you think? Is this helpful information? Or not?
Here is the original:
The Original Human PAC-MAN Performance by Guillaume Reymond
A tragic robot love story.
A film by Miriam Frank, Georg Utz & Xaver Xylophon