Marketing Automation – Funding Timeline

April 29, 2014

Also interesting to note that if you break down the fundraising of each of the vendors into a timeline, most of the investment has been made in the past couple years. Source


Organize Your Direct Reports Vertically org chart

February 16, 2014

Many people are tempted to draw their org charts with all of their direct reports organized in a horizontal fashion. This is not only wasteful, but it’s hard to read—instead, organize your direct reports in a vertical fashion. Initially, you start with the CEO at the top of the org chart and have one horizontal […]


The Web Of Ad Technology Funding

January 15, 2014

Entrepreneur and writer of the Cogblog, Brent Halliburton, has created a new type of ecosystem map showing the interconnected web of funding for ad tech companies and organizes it by broad, functional groups. Source


Group participation and technology

January 7, 2014

The internet has become deeply embedded in group life and is affecting the way civic and social groups behave and the way they impact their communities. This chart shows the percentage of American adults in each tech user group (those who use the internet, those who connect to the internet wirelessly, cell phone users, etc.) […]


Google Android Traction Statistics [Infographics]

November 20, 2013

Here is a visual representation of the latest stats regarding Android’s traction in the 18 months since debut. Key figures from the statistics: -Google rapidly produces updates to the Android platform; often times OEMs and carriers struggle to keep up with software updates for consumer devices. Many factors attribute to this like phone processor limitations […]


Amazon Acquisitions and Investments

November 10, 2013

MeetTheBoss created a graphical visualization visual representation of Amazon’s acquisitions and investments from 1998 until its most recent purchase of Zappos for a reported $928 million. Source



March 4, 2013

Check out the wild variation in the importance of your presidential vote. Not all votes are the same. No matter where you stand when it comes to the Electoral College, it’s still interesting that one vote in Wyoming is worth three and a half in California. The wikipedia sages can tell you why, but first […]


A week of Minnesota State Fair Infographics, Day One:Fair User’s Guide

February 22, 2013

Here is my first of five, starting with a pro-user’s guide, including tips for saving money, and, more important, tips on how not to get involved in (or, more important, cause) the many pedestrian traffic jams that plague the event. Also on this first Infographic you’ll find some details about the Fair’s finances, its attendance, […]


State gambling chart

February 16, 2013

The US State gambling chart information design is an overview on all the states in US on different types of gambling activities. Source


Should I work for free?

January 11, 2013

Since I am a crazy person and we are all nerds, this chart is entirely css and html. Faster loading and you can translate it into any language! Google translation is a little funky, but it should hopefully get the point across. A very handy and humorous chart which will help you figure out whether […]


Nonsense Chart No.5

December 22, 2012



Differences between Hispanic men and women

December 22, 2012

Hispanic men and women often have different preferences for the activities they pursue on the Internet. These gender differences are also found in the overall Internet population. Compared to Hispanic women who use the Internet, Hispanic men are more likely to go online looking for news, financial information, sports scores, and product information. Source