The NY Times has a fascinating roll-over map of the 2010 US census, comparing the populations and ethnicities of every county in the country with 2000 census.
The population of my own home Los Angeles County is up a tiny bit, pushing ten million and ironically approaching the population of Greece (11 million) whose economy LA seems to be emulating. What is the solution to this mess?
One possibility: Apple bails out Greece and LA. It shouldn’t be that difficult. According to Moody’s, the company’s got well over a trillion dollars of cash on hand.
h/t: Anita Longin.