At the end of each month I pull together a collection of links to some of the most relevant, interesting and useful articles I’ve come across during the previous month. If you follow me on Twitter you will see many of these items tweeted as soon as I find them. Here’s the latest collection from October 2010:

Infographics News | Discussing the Independent's launch of a new quality newspaper, called 'i' | Link

Creative Bits | Adobe demo's flash to HTML5 conversion tool | Link

The Design Observatory Group | An introduction to graphic design | Link

MIT World | Crowds and Clouds: Data, sheep, and collaboration in the works of Aaron Koblin | Link

Flickr | Flickr collection of work by talented information graphics journalist Ciaran Hughes | Link

Infosthetics | Flight & Expulsion: Revealing the countries refugees flee from and to | Link

Guardian Data Blog | How to be a data journalist | Link

Fell In Love With Data | How to become a data visualization expert: a recipe | Link

Infosthetics | Impure: a new visualization programming language for non-programmers | Link

Infographics News | Video introduction to | Link

Eager Eyes | Laws of attraction: from perceived forces to conceptual similarity | Link

Noisy Decent Graphics | Details of the Nike Grid project | Link

Infosthetics | Research: Lev Manovich coins the term 'media visualization' | Link | Review of the book 'Processing for Visual Artists' | Link | An extensive gallery of maps for the 21st Century| Link

Online Journalism Blog | Stories hidden in the data, stories in the comments | Link

O'Reilly Strata | O'Reilly Radar report on 'What is Data Science?' | Link

Smashing Magazine | The art of film title design throughout cinema history | Link

Creative Bits | The future of the book | Link

Eager Eyes | The rise and fall of | Link

Eager Eyes | The theory guide to VisWeek 2010 | Link

Eyesoak | Visual inspiration overload | Link | Visualizing the 2010 Afghan elections | Link

Flowing Data | Why everyone should learn programming | Link

Wikinomics | A visual model showing the value of open data | Link

The Scientist | "You Aren’t Blogging Yet?!?" | Link

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