Okay, this appeals to word lovers but people who like data may also enjoy it.
First, I've just discovered Ideas Illustrated through Good Morning Silicon Valley. I like the site and its presentations. They present...ideas...illustrated....
Ideas Illustrated shows English word, suffix and root origins, and highlights them with colors, using Douglas Harper's online dictionary of etymology. I like words and expressions and wonder how they come about, but also like the online dictionary of etymology as a science fiction and fantasy writer to help develop words and titles for things I write, so this is win win for me.
Mkinde presents five text samples covering sports, medicine, the United Nations, American lit, and British lit. After creating the color/root associations, mkinde provides pie charts to display the proportions so you can more easily visualize the differences between the five samples.
Pie charts about words. Quite cool.
Causes Michael Seidel Supports
Kiva, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Propublica.org, Doctors Without Borders, GreaterGood.com