I stumbled on a site named Polygraph a few months ago. Polygraph actually operates completely opposite from the way CA operates. I usually elect to use prose over graphics and photos, while Polygraph tells stories with data and code to produce fabulous visuals. Polygraph describes itself as, "a publication that incites water cooler discussion about complex topics. We avoid long-winded essays at all costs, using code, visuals, and animation to construct a different sort of story, one that's often reader-driven, embeddable, and open-source." What makes Polygraph so interesting to me and the CA Community is the use of technology to tell us something about our favorite music.
A few of the topics covered by Polygraph include:
Rappers Sorted By The Size Of Their Vocabulary[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]
Further prose explaining this site would be antithetical to its ethos. I can't recommend enough for everyone to check out some of these data driven visuals. My favorite right now is the evolution of music taste. It plays tracks based on the number one position on the charts. Have you headphones ready and be prepared to enter a time machine :~)