1. It is simple and not overly technical.
2. Charts are interactive (highlight data points with scrolling, you can choose which data sets are displayed)
3. It's not a product you need to download. You just go to the site and make (+/- publish) your own chart, or embed or download a pre-existing chart.
4. It's potential to connect the masses to high quality information! Maybe we can replace the opinion and speculation-driven influence of blogs (ugh!) with scientific, data-driven information. (I guess it all depends on the quality of the sources people are referencing)
1. I would like to see more entries, so that I could use the site for pulling up anything I want. That way I can have a cleaner, interactive replacement for just doing an "image search" on a search engine.
2. I would love to see this evolve into a chart-driven, user-friendly version of pubmed's expanse of medical data. There's currently such a disconnect between the peer-reviewed medical journals and what the everyday person is referencing... blogs! This could really be a tool to connect the (lay) masses to high quality material. Especially with providing the links to the source articles so that people can better educate themselves.