Contents tagged with Infographics
The cursor has a long and storied history. [found via AllTop]
Here’s an infographic for all you fellow bloggers out there: [found via AllTop]
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Another interesting infographic from AllTop.
In honor of Labor Day, I decided to post this infographic I found via AllTop Side note: I find it hard to believe carpenters are on their way out. We recently looked at what it would take to re-do our kitchen cabinets. It was not cheap.
Admittedly, I’m a fool for infographics. Here’s on I found via AllTop on Las Vegas.
Very interesting infographic I came across via AllTop. Read more.
Here’s a great infographic from Mashable on how Social Network usage varies around the world. [found via AllTop]
I’ve been a big fan of SlideShare for quite some time. Apparently, I’m not alone: [emphasis added] according to none other than SlideShare, SlideShare is now the largest professional content sharing community in the world. At 60 million unique visitors a month and 3 billion slides viewed per month, …
PhD comic expresses in comic infographic form what I’ve been wondering for a while now: there’s not much history on the History Channel anymore. Seems like MTV started a trend. [found via AllTop]
Here’s an interesting infographic on the history of hidden product placement in movies and television. Interesting to see that the practice began in the 19th century and that it’s remained successful. Given that more and more people are watching TV programs on DVRs or on demand, sponsors are going …
Mashable has a great write up and infographic on what it takes to go viral.
Here’s a great slide deck I found on SlideShare that shows the data visualization design ethic of Edward Tufte and brings it to PowerPoint. MCJ Edward Tufte Notes View more presentations from McGarrah Jessee
No, it’s not about NUI, but it is an interesting look at the use of data mining in policing. That, plus I am a sucker for infographics. Created by: Criminology [found via CreepyEd]
Here’s an interesting infographic on North Korea. It was made a few years ago, but recent world events make it relevant again. [found via AllTop]
Since I love infographics and Doctor Who, it seemed only natural to post this image, which combines the two. Someone needs to tell Pete Brown about this. Via: CableTV.com [found via Mike Talon]
Media Bistro has an interesting article that really pegs 2011 as the year of 2011. It’s hard to disagree with that statement. [found via AllTop]
To most people, the words geek and nerd are interchangeable, but there are subtle and not-so-subtle differences between the two. I found this cool infographic on the differences between Geeks and Nerds. And you all know that I do so love a good infographic. [found via AllTop]
As a follow up to my social media facts infographic, here’s a video dealing with just Facebook. Facebook Infographic from Jean-Jacques Parys on Vimeo. Interesting how the video points out how, as large as Facebook is, it’s still on shaky grounds given the lack of brand loyalty on the …
An interesting talk from Dan Pink and animated by RSA on what motivates people and how money isn’t the only factor.