Please, just make it stop…
Seeing it all organized makes life feel like less of a mess. Sort of.
Not surprisingly, mac and cheese is a steady constant. Made by therighteousdude.
Apparently Japan really, really likes Yahoo.
Movies and television shows are full of siblings who both managed to achieve impressive levels of success. That doesn’t mean, however, that their stars all rise at the same rates. Here’s an unscientific look at several famous crews.
A new site that can graph the sentiment of news stories based on data analysis. How much can we learn from the numbers behind the words?
Yep, pretty much.
#MakeAChartDay is super easy to play. All you have to do is create a silly chart. Upload it below. Then make sure to tag it with #MakeAChartDay either in the chart itself or in the headline. Check out the awesome charts in the comments below! View Image ›
Here’s a nifty graphical comparison of average audience ratings of Pixar and Dreamworks animated films. You just can’t beat Toy Story! It’s too good. View Image ›
A website run by “a group of rogue scientists” dedicated to helping boyfriends track their lady’s flow. It offers charts and graphs breaking down monthly hormone fluctuations with daily tips for conquering what they call her Crazy Bear Syndrome. Spoiler alert: This site is 97% likely to make boys uncomfortable. View List ›
Real scientific evidence* about Valentine’s day as told with graphs. (*Not really scientific, sorry.) View List ›
So claims OkCupid, through science. Alternate Titles for this graph include: “No One Wants To Sleep With A Lawyer” or “Really No One Wants To Sleep With A Dev Nerd.” View Image ›
Still think a music career is an easy path to a blinged-out life? Don’t believe the hype. A whole lot of folks have to get paid before the musician does. View Image ›
I can’t hear you over the sound of how awesomely loud my volume is! View Image ›
All those complicated music metaphors have been simplified into the perfect chart. View Image ›
Story of my life right here. View Image ›
Never be baffled by a Brendan Fraser movie again. This handy flowchart picks apart the entire oeuvre of the legendary leading man. View Image ›
Everything seems more important in graph form. View Image ›
Jesus, it’s like they’re inside my head. View Image ›
I see what you did there. [Ed Note: Look at the big pretty graph! So many numbers!] View Image ›
“See - every time I press this button, it won’t … wait, it worked that time. I swear to God it wasn’t … just forget it.” This happen to anyone else? View Image ›
Somehow, it always comes back to stealing office supplies. It’s like the ultimate joy a human can experience. View Image ›
Memorize this chart and you won’t have any more trouble following all those pesky flow charts that keep turning up everywhere. You’re welcome! View Image ›
A graph that shows how the Internet sees you, for better or for worse.
Which is saying something, both for that program and my general comprehension of anything presented in PowerPoint. This was brought to you all the way from Israel by BWE Michelle. “Bug” indeed. View Image ›