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Submission + - OECD Broadband stats using Google Moving Graphs (

Raindeer writes: "Google recently gave people the possibility to use motion charts, just like prof. Hans Roslin of fame. I haven't used it to show the distribution of wealth and health around the globe, but to display the progress of broadband in the OECD. One of the variables is the amount of households that have a PC. In countries where this percentage is relatively low (USA) broadband penetration is low too."
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OECD Broadband stats using Google Moving Graphs

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