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March 06, 2020

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Chloé

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Chloé

Discover 10 fun data facts that will change your life forever.

Happy International Open Data Day! To make this day even more special, we decided to share some (very important) information with you, collected from our Data Network or from our very own ODS employees. Let's not forget that open data can be as fun as it can be serious... Let's dive in!

 
 
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It looks like sharks are not as dangerous as you might think...

 
 
 

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Do you know how many meteorites have hit the Earth? We definitely didn't!

 
 
 

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Airbnb has exciting adventures in stock for you...

 
 
 

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Paris is quite popular on the movie scene. And we can see why...  

 
 
 

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This information is probably changing your whole perspective on life.

 
 
 

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Fruits are a dangerous business. Be careful, people.

 
 
 

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What's you favorite kind of cheese? We bet it's French...

 
 
 

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Our team is very athletic, don't you think? The gold medal goes to Pia, who rides 38km (23.5 miles) back and forth everyday.  

 
Source: The ODS Team, the results may have been slightly inflated
 
 

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We like bringing joy into the office with beautiful singing. If only you could hear us...

 
Source: The ODS Team, closely followed by Bernard Menez’s Jolie Poupée
 
 

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Addiction to caffeine is a real thing... Please, don't follow our lead.

 
Source: The ODS Team, a quarter of which drunk by the marketing team in the weeks before our annual event Data on board.
 
 
See you soon for more datadventures!

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