A Year of Twitter

April 1, 2014

2010 was an amazing year for Twitter as it exploded from a web curiosity to everyday necessity . This infographic looks at the good, the bad, and the ugly for this social media wonder in 2010. Source


How 2010 Changed Our Lives

March 22, 2014

2010 was an important year in many ways. The world was conquered by social media applications such as Facebook and Twitter. The world was also introduced to Wikileaks and Groupon. This infographic examines the good, the bad, and how 2010 changed the world permanently. Source


The State of the Internet: Summing up 2010

November 16, 2013

Shows the increase in internet usage through e-mail, websites, users, social media, and online media, in 2010. Source

Inception Cast and Characters

Inception Cast and Characters

July 5, 2013

2010’s Inception was hailed as a mind-bending, visually electric thriller driven by an action-packed plot and an all-star cast. Here is a breakdown of Inception’s impressive cast of characters. Source


Top Trailers of 2010

January 31, 2013

First impressions can have long lasting effects. That’s why a movie’s trailer is so important – it’s the public’s first taste of what’s to come and a way for audiences to determine whether or not they want to check a flick out. Find out which movie trailers did it right in 2010 in this infographic. […]


2010’s Biggest News Stories

January 6, 2013

2010 was a dynamic year including trouble in the economy and the Chilean miners disaster. This infographic based on measurements of total television, radio, and internet reporting done by, highlights the biggest moments of 2010. Source

Scheduling Conflict

Scheduling Conflict

December 10, 2012

Everyday there are thousands of burglaries across the nation. While your local police work hard to keep crime rates low, practicing home security safety is one of the best ways to stay protected. LifeShield’s latest infographic details the facts you need to know about residential burglaries, why you may be at risk, and the steps […]

The Hardest-Working Bands of 2010

The Hardest-Working Bands of 2010

November 6, 2012

A list of the hardest-working bands of 2010, based on their number of tour dates last year. It’s pretty astonishing. The band with the most tour dates, Mayday Parade, had a whopping 194 shows in 2010. That’s about one concert every other day! Meanwhile, Vampire Weekend travelled two-thirds of the way to the moon across […]

2000 vs 2010

2000 vs 2010

November 3, 2012

The first decade of the 21st century will go down as one of the most turbulent decades in the history of the United States (from 9/11 to two wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, to the explosion of the national debt…). Source

2010 – A Year in Movies

October 3, 2012

When it comes to movies, every year has its slew of box office hits or misses. More than 1.2 billion movie tickets were sold in 2010, with two movies bringing in more than one billion dollars each (Toy Story 3 and Alice in Wonderland). Animation studios such as Pixar and Dreamworks were the real box […]

The Anatomy of an Avatar

The Anatomy of an Avatar

July 15, 2012

Build is a week-long design festival made up of a conference, workshops, practicals, and more. It is based in Belfast, N. Ireland and runs every November. This is a little infographic showing stats and figures for the Standardista’s Open Book Exam at 2010’s conference. Source

American Enclaves

American Enclaves

July 2, 2012

Each dot represents a census tract where an ethnic proportion is significantly greater (+2 st dev) than the national average. These locations indicate neighborhoods of comparatively intense representation -an enclave. Source