By Felix Salmon
May 25, 2011
OECD Better Life Index

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Josh Tyrangiel on the new — Bloomberg

Gorgeous and genuinely interactive information visualization from the OECD — OECD Better Life Index

Before-and-after pictures of the Joplin, Missouri tornado devastation — 22 Words

Why The New York Times replaced its Twitter ‘cyborg’ with people this week — Poynter

Person biking hit by car near SLU Park lands on his feet — Seattle Bike Blog

Dominique Strauss Kahn’s friends allegedly attempting to bribe maid’s impoverished family in effort to get case dropped — NYP

Visa’s black card tops the list of the Worst Credit Cards on the Market — Cardhub

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The old was a functional work of art.

There is a reason that people spend 100,000 to restore a 57 chevy they bought out of a junk yard for $1,000.

There is a reason that people in the Met play 200 year old violins.

Some things can’t be improved much as some people might try. The old was one of those things.

The new one looks like with a financial focus.

I’m heartbroken.

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