Changing English one Thumb at a Time

June 17, 2014

A dead language is one that doesn’t evolve or change. English, on the other hand, is constantly changing. This infographic provides information for how English changes and evolves and the contribution that texting and technology has to the change. Source


State of Blogosphere

March 31, 2014

People around the world love to share their thoughts, feelings and emotions through blogging on the World Wide Web. Social media sites have changed the state of the blogosphere but people are still writing away. This infographic looks at the state of the blogosphere today. Source


Modern language wars

March 24, 2014

Udemy has put together an infographic that compares Ruby, PHP and Python. This looks (briefly) at the history, popularity, ease of use, demand for programmers, benchmarks, and more for each language. If you’re job-hunting, Udemy says that you probably want to know PHP above Ruby or Python. Source


International SEO

March 11, 2014

If a global online business owner is told that he is only targeting 26% of the world population, that might not be very pleasant to his ears. But, that’s the truth – with more than 74% of the global online community searching in languages other than English. Even in US, more than 40% of the […]


Code Wars: PHP vs Ruby vs Python – Who Reigns Supreme

October 25, 2013

Programmers are particular about their language preferences – and most can tell you exactly why they like one over another. Three languages in particular are the rage these days. We compare Ruby, Python, and PHP to see how they stack up. Source


Employment Statistics

October 21, 2013

Up to date employment statistics Source

World Language Families

World Language Families

August 21, 2013

Language is not only a way to communicate and understand people but it is also a complex web of relations. This infographic looks at languages according to the number of speakers, the family to which a language belongs and the languages that are considered a dying breed. Some of the languages may just surprise you. […]

Commonly Misspelled English Words

Commonly Misspelled English Words

April 30, 2013

Have you ever struggled with spelling what seems like a simple word? Don’t be embarrassed because you are not alone. The most commonly misspelled words in the English language are fairly simple ones yet people misspell them out of habit. Here is a list of the top 15 most misspelled words. Source


English: The World Language

March 5, 2013

Statistics of English speakers, non-native speakers and the world’s population who speak English as either a native or foreign language. Source


12 Useful Internet Acronyms

February 21, 2013

Acronyms on the internet have existed for nearly as long as the internet itself. For regularly repeated phrases, this is a handy way to type less and speed up conversation. For someone in a chat room for the first time, conversation can look like scrolling alphabet soup, and for a parent, cell phone text from […]


Common Rules for Capital Letter Usage

February 1, 2013

Rules for capitalization vary by country, language and word usage. Simple rules for capitalizing proper nouns and writing the pronoun “I” in capital letters are helpful, but they don’t provide clear answers for every situation. Here are a few tips that are useful for determining when all capital letters should be used or when the […]


Tongues of the World: Hindi

January 13, 2013

Hindi, the main language of the South Asian nation of India, has also been called Hindustani, Urdu, and Hindi-Urdu. Certain sources distinguish between “Hindi” and “Urdu” as separate languages, while others claim that they are so closely linguistically related as to be considered one language. Hindi and Urdu share many similarities and have an intertwined […]