Doctors and Patients Should

Doctors and Patients Should “Just-Say-No” to Paper

May 4, 2013

Many doctors are still using paper charts in their practice, despite advances in Electronic Medical Record (EMR) technology. Source

2011: A Musical Retrospective

2011: A Musical Retrospective

April 28, 2013

2011 was a dynamic year for music. This infographic highlights some of the best songs, most sold albums and most famous music of 2011. Source


SeatGeek’s Guide to the Final Four

February 7, 2013

Statistical breakdown and data visualisation of Arsenal footballer, Robin van Persie’s first 100 goals for the club. Source


Human Storage

January 17, 2013

It’s amazing the things people will stick into their bodies in order to make it into the record books. This chart commemorates some of the craziest digestive feats ever undertaken by mankind. Source


Physician Survey Reveals “Unhealthy states of small medical practices nationwide”

January 13, 2013

Practice Fusion’s 2011 State of the Small Practice survey and infographic reveals 41 percent of private practices are doing worse than last year; optimism around job satisfaction and new technology. Source


U.S. 2011 Album Sales

December 24, 2012

This infographic is a small snapshot taken from Billboard Magazine’s customary end-of-year music sales reports. It highlights the top ten albums of 2011 (according to copies sold) and compares this year’s top seller (Adele’s 21) to previous top sellers since the year 2000. Source

Human Storage: Impressive Feats and Records

Human Storage: Impressive Feats and Records

October 20, 2012

This infographic details some of the most impressive feats involving storing objects in the human body ever performed.

The World Records of Throwing Knives

The World Records of Throwing Knives

August 3, 2012

David Adamovich, aka “The Great Throwdini,” is a master when it comes to knife throwing and has currently set and broke more world records than any knife thrower in history. Source