The Worst Cities for Online Crimes

April 3, 2014

We are all at risk of online crimes like identity theft and privacy violation. It can happen to anyone and anywhere. However, did you know that some cities experience more online crime than others? The truth is, some Internet users are more at risk depending on where they live. Here is a look at the […]


How America spends on electronics

December 26, 2013

Take a wild guess which U.S. city spends the most on electronics. If you guessed San Jose, Calif., which is located in Silicon Valley, the home for many of America’s biggest tech companies, you’d be correct. Residents of San Jose spend an average of $91.08 a month on electronics, nearly double the national average of […]

The Best and Worst U.S Cities for Staying Young

The Best and Worst U.S Cities for Staying Young

July 15, 2013

This infographic provides a ranking for the U.S youngest and oldest cities. It also provides information for why residents of certain cities seem to stay younger and more hip. It also gives statistics on mental and physical heath of residents in different cities. Source

The UnFacebook World

The UnFacebook World

June 1, 2013

A map of Facebook overlaid on a map of cities at night reveals all the places in the world where Facebook isn’t. Source

The Developed World

The Developed World

April 22, 2013

Nations that have a great quality of life may not be as spread out as you think. In the center of the globe lies a walled world where most of the world’s money is made and nearly all of the best cities reside. Take a look at this map to see the border between thriving […]

The World

The World’s Most Expensive Cities

October 19, 2012

We have all heard horror stories about traveling to super-expensive cities where a sandwich can cost $15 — or listened to people brag about visiting cheap cheap destinations where a beer costs $.50. When planning your next vacation, it pays to at least know what kind of prices to expect at your destination. This map […]

Portland Vs. Seattle

Portland Vs. Seattle

October 16, 2012

A visual graphic that takes on an ever-burning Pacific Northwest question: Which is cooler, Portland or Seattle? Source

2011 Coupon Trend Report

2011 Coupon Trend Report

October 13, 2012

In honor of National Coupon Month, ShopAtHome.com announces the 2011 Coupon Trend Report featuring coupon usage data and trends. As couponers say good-bye to scissors and paper cuts, see which cities are embracing the new and upcoming digital coupon redemption. Source

5 World’s Dangerous Cities

September 15, 2012

When planning a safe trip, here are some of the top 5 most dangerous cities. Check out this infogrpahic that shows what the most dangerous cities are and what the crime rates are. Source


What’s the Biggest City in the USA?

September 8, 2012

Bet you didn’t guess, “Sitka, Alaska.” What does “big” mean, anyway? Thinking of scale in terms of city size often railroads us right into population. But when it comes to defining borders, some “little” places think big. Source

Election 2012: Shrinking Cities in Presidential Debates

Election 2012: Shrinking Cities in Presidential Debates

September 7, 2012

The driving concerns of American presidential politics ebb and flow, reflected in the language spoken at presidential debates. In this infograph, we map frequency with which certain terms have been mentioned at debates over the last 35 years. And watch “cities” and “urban” fade into the background of these quadrennial conversations. Will the 2012 debates […]

Cities of the World, if they were in South..

Cities of the World, if they were in South..

August 22, 2012

What if the major cities of the world were in South America? If they were transposed, at their same latitudes, onto the continent of South America, this is where they would be. The viewer can decide whether there are insights to be gained. Source