Max Galka is an NYC-based entrepreneur (his newest project: FOIA Mapper), formerly a trader/modeler of financial and insurance risk. He is fascinated by data visualization and the ways that data is transforming our understanding of the world. He spends a lot of time with his face buried in Excel, and when he finds something interesting he writes about it on his website Metrocosm.com. Max is a contributor for the Huffington Post as well.
A data visualization of the squeezed middle class in American cities.
50% of the world’s population lives in just 1% of its land.
The internet is at a crossroads, with a number of troubling trends threatening to break it apart.
Max Galka explains how gender differences in the workplace have evolved over time, both in terms of employment and wages.