Could Georgia’s newly unemployed fill Turner Field? Not lately.
Should you care to read my code, it’s here.
Hey, nearly 3/4 of Georgia’s public high school students graduate! Hope you’re living in a county or city that’s better than that dump where your cousins or enemies live. Who cares if they beat you at football? Quiz bowl is what gets you ahead in the world, right? … Right?
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Infographic ideas are way more popular than Georgia news, according to the humble record that is the visitor log here at greencracker.net. So, here’s a post to nerd out with. It’s a beginner-intermediate graph tutorial. By “tutorial,” I mean heavily-commented code, pretty much.
If this helps you, great! It’s payback for all the great help […]
I will mention some legislatures limit how many bills each lawmaker can file.
And NB, “new state & local laws” might be small amendments to code, big […]
Developed in the 1940s and abandoned in 1999, this abandoned gas station at 890 Columbia Dr. in Decatur is going to be the target of an $200,000 petroleum cleanup funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the agency announced this week.
The grant recipient is the East Decatur Greenway.
“The site is contaminated […]
Here’s a new graph to answer no questions about federal student loans awarded at Georgia schools in 2013. Instead, it’s meant to provoke them. Like, sorry I’m ignorant, but what is South University? And wow, there are more people going in hock for art school than for Georgia Tech.
Click on the graph for a […]
Here are some excerpts of correspondence between the USDA and some of Georgia’s congressmen. My favorite one is about the Greek yogurt, but the others get more ink:
Re: Trade barriers to biotech crops
Letter of May 7, 2013, to USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack & US Trade Representative Demetrios Marantis:
The U.S. Department […]
The state Legislature uses mountains of paper every day. Multiply that by 40 days and that’s a lot of paper. What’s on those pages?
Click the graphic for a bigger and printable version. It’s 8.5 x 11.
The graphic above updates a typo and correctly gives the count […]