I'm enjoying Dave Bowker's website, Designing The News. Dave describes the site as "A series of experiments which visually explore the news in various ways to encourage new ways of seeing a predominantly text based medium." David has a cool throwing-it-out-there approach to his ideas which I appreciate.
I was attracted to his most recent visualization experiment, One Week of The Guardian: Wednesday. Each circle represents a different news category, arranged from the center outwards according to each category's total word count. His idea expands out to link the category rankings from one day to another to track a whole year's worth of news stories. This is a cool overall visualization. It reminds me a bit of the Digg Labs work, but with a rockn' retro color scheme.