A must-view site called Iraq War Coalition Fatalities offers a rapid-fire pinpoint visualization of all the coalition combat deaths in Iraq since March 2003. Using figures from icasualties.org, it was thrown together by a guy named Tim (tim@obleek.com) who doesn’t give his last name. The animation runs at ten frames a second — one frame per day — with a single black dot indicating the geographical location of each death. Each dot starts as a white flash and then a larger red flash, which then turns to black for 30 days before fading into gray. It’s apparently working from a tally of 3882 coalition deaths (the vast majority being U.S. soldiers), although the chart stops in early October 2007.