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    The 20 Internet Giants That Rule the Web (1998-Today) With each passing year, an increasingly large segment of the population no longer remembers images loading a single pixel row at a time, the earsplitting sound of a 56k modem, or the domination of web portals. Many of the top websites in 1998 were basically news aggregators or search portals, which are easy concepts to understand. Today,...
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  • The World’s Largest and Most Notable Energy Sources
    Every day, humans consume roughly 63,300,000 megawatt-hours (MWh) of electricity to power our homes, workplaces, and vehicles─about the same produced by over 5,700 Hoover Dams. While present-day electricity generation is slanted heavily in favor of coal and gas on a global basis, renewable sources have started to gain ground. Today’s graphic from Information is Beautiful lists...
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    The Ins and Outs of Remittance Flows Mapped: The Ins and Outs of Remittance Flows The global immigrant population is growing at a robust pace, and their aggregate force is one to be reckoned with. In 2019, migrants collectively sent $550.5 billion in money back to their home countries—money transfer flows that are also...
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  • The World’s 20 Most Profitable Companies
    The World’s 20 Most Profitable Companies The biggest chunk of the earnings pie is increasingly split by fewer and fewer companies. In the U.S. for example, about 50% of all profit generated by public companies goes to just 30 companies — back in 1975, it took 109 companies to accomplish the same feat: Year Number of Firms Generating 50% of Earnings Total Public...
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  • Visualizing the True Size of Africa - Compared to the Rest of the World
    Visualizing the True Size of Africa Mapped: The True Size of Africa Take a look at any map, and it’s clear that the African continent is a big place. However, despite the common perception that Africa is a large landmass, it’s still one that is vastly underestimated by most casual map viewers. The reason for this is that the...
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  • Why the Misconception?

    Interestingly, the problem with maps is not that Africa is sized incorrectly.

    Using the animation below, you’ll see that Africa is actually the most accurately sized continent using the common Mercator map projection.

    The Mercator projection attempts to place the spherical shape of the world onto a cylinder, causing areas closest to the poles to be “stretched”.

    Africa, which straddles the Equator, barely changes in size — meanwhile, the countries furthest from the Equator become inflated from their true sizes on this type of map.
    Why the Misconception? Interestingly, the problem with maps is not that Africa is sized incorrectly. Using the animation below, you’ll see that Africa is actually the most accurately sized continent using the common Mercator map projection. The Mercator projection attempts to place the spherical shape of the world onto a cylinder, causing areas closest to the poles to be “stretched”. Africa, which straddles the Equator, barely changes in size — meanwhile, the countries furthest from the Equator become inflated from their true sizes on this type of map.
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  • The True Size of Africa

    Take a look at any map, and it’s clear that the African continent is a big place.

    However, despite the common perception that Africa is a large landmass, it’s still one that is vastly underestimated by most casual map viewers.

    The reason for this is that the familiar Mercator map projection tends to distort our geographical view of the world in a crucial way — one that often leads to misconceptions about the relative sizes of both countries and continents.

    The African continent has a land area of 30.37 million sq km (11.7 million sq mi) — enough to fit in the U.S., China, India, Japan, Mexico, and many European nations, combined.
    The True Size of Africa Take a look at any map, and it’s clear that the African continent is a big place. However, despite the common perception that Africa is a large landmass, it’s still one that is vastly underestimated by most casual map viewers. The reason for this is that the familiar Mercator map projection tends to distort our geographical view of the world in a crucial way — one that often leads to misconceptions about the relative sizes of both countries and continents. The African continent has a land area of 30.37 million sq km (11.7 million sq mi) — enough to fit in the U.S., China, India, Japan, Mexico, and many European nations, combined.
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How to Use Phonetic Keyboard - See example below

Use combinations of english letter constants and vowels to form the amharic pronounciation. Note the use of upper case E and W to write "ሜ" and "ሟ", respectively. Press Esc to toggle writing between English and Amharic Keyboard. See the example table below to form the "መ" variations.

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How to Use Amharic BHN Keyboard - See example below

When you click one of the root characters, all the variations will show up on the keyboard. You can then type the variation you want.