The Washington Post has published a great instructional site about the different ways video can be faked, with recent examples including adding repeated frames to Jim Acosta's interaction with The White House intern grabbing the mic, and how to spot them.
Check out the great and informative plot dataviz from Information Is Beautiful. The graphic shows the best breeds of dog and also differentiates between clever breeds and dumb breeds, like the poor Irish Wolfhound.
Mary Meeker & Bond have published her 2019 Internet Trends report. Internet penetration is up to 51% of the global population as of 2018, among lots of other stats. Check out the full Bond report here.
Climate scientist at University of Reading Ed Hawkins has created the #ShowYourStripes datavis site, which generates an image of temperature increases for every country for the last 100 years or so. Each stripe averages the temperature over a year and is built from the Berkely Earth Temperature Dataset. (H/T to Mikael for sharing this)
The Zero-G design company in Dublin has created a great and illuminating map of the Irish State, which re-imagines the various state bodies and organisations as island land masses, grouped and positioned based on their allocated budgets and perceived power within Ireland.