In pretty, pretty infographics!
In pretty, pretty infographics!
Follow this chart to see how technology can (maybe! kind of!) help you move things forward with your crush.
Disney now owns Star Wars et al. But do you know who actually owns what? Empire magazine breaks it down.
A graphic designer visualizes the spy’s sex life: 50 years, 22 films, 53 women, and 75 implied sexual encounters.
Conservative readers love Drudge and Ayn Rand; liberals like the Times and Noam Chomsky; and there’s not much in the middle. The last infographic from Engage.
Romney’s not a drinker, but most beers lean right, while liberals prefer Absolut. Using data from its Trendsetter app, Engage analyzed “likes” from thousands of Facebook users to tie consumer choices to political preference and engagement.
We can all agree, thank God, on Star Wars. Using data from its Trendsetter app, Engage analyzed “likes” from thousands of Facebook users to tie consumer choices to political preference and engagement.
The Weather Channel leans right, while Game of Thrones leans left. Using data from its Trendsetter app, Engage analyzed “likes” from thousands of Facebook users to tie consumer choices to political preference and engagement.
Hey! Listen! For twenty-six years, the silent Link has been perfecting his skills to save Hyrule.
In 2011 if you lost in the first round, you still made $19,000? Now I just have to con my way into the field!
Feel free to nap after reading this.
Britt Hammerberg and Brittney Sabo have collaborated on a very important work of academic illustration identifying every individual type of “bread cat.” Not since Audubon started drawing birds has an illustrator made such an important contribution to animal identification…
The famous Beatles song is constructed before your eyes in flowchart form. Cooler than it sounds, just watch!
Now, you can completely understand the plot of “Pulp Fiction.” “Citizen Kane” next, please.
Shenanigans and spoilers. Ed. note: Spoilers for the ACTUAL FUTURE!
The US government may want to have a read through this infographic before passing bills like SOPA, CISPA, ACTA and PIPA.
Read. Share. Repeat.
Flavorwire made this awesome infographic on the life and times of Liz Lemon’s hair. Man, Liz Lemon has had some bad, bad hair days.
Everything you need to know about facial hair in one infographic.
This graphic tracks Instagram’s brief but explosive history—from launch in November 2010 to its $1 billion exit to Facebook in April 2012. Which app is the next wunderkind… Path?
Not that you should make it. But if you really want to, here’s an easy, step-by-step guide to making moonshine.
Whether you’re a poor college student or just someone with an undying thirst for sodium, you are not alone in your love for ramen noodles. Check out the infographic and get your ramen-loving mind blown!
For the past 8 years Nicholas Felton has been obsessively breaking down his daily experiences into data sets and creating gorgeous annual reports of his life. This year’s 2010/2011 Feltron Biennial Report visualizes how his personality varies based on location and company.
In theaters today is “Wanderlust,” the brainchild of Ken Marino and David Wain that stars Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd. Why is this movie so incredibly funny? Because it features an amazingly talented cast — filled with people who have worked together before in cult favorites like “Wet Hot American Summer,” “Party Down,” “Reno 911!” and “The State” — improvising their way through life at a commune. It’s a winning recipe, you see. [Jack’s Note: THIS IS NOT AN AD WHITNEY IS JUST REALLY INTO THIS MOVIE.]
What happens when a guy who works at AllThingsD wants to propose to his girlfriend, who works at Mashable? A hip-yet-nerdy internet proposal for the ages — and on Valentine’s Day, no less! (via mashable.com)
So you’re telling me that the “Stay Puft” monster in “Ghostbusters” was only 100 feet tall and that the “Cloverfield” monster comes in at 180 feet? Suddenly an attack by monsters on New York City seems like much less of a “Dooms Day” scenario.
Step 1: Crack open a beer. Step 2: Watch this video infographic about the history of beer in America. Step 3: Impress your friends with all of your fancy knowledge about the decline and return of microbreweries and where to find the most craft beers. Optional Step 4: Plan a road trip to visit all of the craft breweries from Portland, ME to Portland, OR.
It’s as easy as pee! A clever explanation for how we use the various social networks we’re addicted to surged on Reddit today in the form of this old image, made from an even older tweet. I decided to expand on the topic by updating the original and making a bit pretty, too. Add your own suggestions in the comments!
Did you know CES was celebrating its 45th birthday this year? The world’s largest electronics expo has been the debut platform for some of the biggest successes (and flops) in history.