If you have submitted links to me in the past few months, you will see them posted in the next few weeks; I just spent some time looking at all the submissions.
Here are some links that are slightly off-topic (though still interesting), and others I don't intend on writing full posts about:
Daniel L. sent us to Slate, where they posted this chart counting up the human cost of the Afghan War. Applying the Trifecta checkup, he gave this evaluation:
Understanding Google PageRank - Nick calls this an infographic but it contains zero data. Not the kind of thing for this blog but it does a decent job explaining PageRank.
The part about circular links canceling each other out confuses me; it would seem like good blogs should be able to link to each other without being penalized.
The Ins and Outs of Assisted Living Homes - Ellen G. created this "infographic" explaining what "assisted living homes" are like. Again, not stuff for this blog, as the two bar charts are just tag-alongs that are not well integrated with the rest.
In terms of the charts, please remove 3-D, remove the colors, order the data from largest to smallest, consider a horizontal bar chart with data labels on the left, and title it "the top needs for assisted living residents".