Thanks to John Huston for bringing this to my attention. You've never enjoyed a presentation on statistics like this.

always thought that, here in the United States, we live in the
"developed, industrialized world." Same with much of Western Europe,
parts of Asia and some other lucky places.

And I've always
thought that there are other places that aren't so lucky. They are the
"developing world," the place we're not supposed to call "the third

(If you want to make a difference with under-resourced micro-entrepreneurs, there are still five days left in the Net Cotton Content/Kiva Challenge.)

This video, featuring Hans Rosling at TED, teaches otherwise — and does so with an extraordinary lesson on statistics.

Don't worry that you haven't seen the earlier presentation he gave (and mentions).

Oh, and this is even better: click here for the hi-res version. (It's very visual.)