Mad Men is one of the most critically acclaimed shows on television, and several of us at Ranker are fans. It is returning for Season Five this Sunday with a 2 hour premiere. So we did some Mad Men lists for your enjoyment:
Mad Men Season Five’s Promo Poster had ample blank space. This fostered some great subway, photoshop and street artists to take advantage. These are the top 20 Mad Men Season Five Promo Graffiti Posters.
The hottest “Mad Men” women are easily some of the sexiest women on television with their striking beauty and dangerous curves.
One of the greatest things about AMC’s Mad Men is John Slattery’s depiction of the racist, sexist and utterly 60s businessman character Roger Sterling.
Jon Hamm is on one of TV’s hottest shows, Mad Men, he’s also one of the hottest men. Jon played Don Draper, creative director of an advertising firm set in the 1960’s.
This is a video/pod cast where the hosts dress up and recap Mad Men for you…it is amazing.
Ranker is continuing to grow, both in terms of the traffic that comes to our website and in terms of our coverage of the world of objects to be ranked. As we grow, we collect more and more data and are only beginning to tap the possibilities of the data we collect. If you’re interested in our data, this video will hopefully give you a quick introduction to data at Ranker.com.
Below is a narrated powerpoint from a presentation I gave at South by Southwest Interactive on March 11, 2012. The point of this presentation was to explore the intersection of technology and psychology, and hopefully to convince technologists to try to use our data to examine intangible things like values. While the talk focuses more on psychology, many of the ideas were inspired by the semantic datasets we work with at Ranker. Working with semantic datasets puts one in the mindset of considering synergy among different fields with different kinds of data.