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Flickr is the #1 stop for the average “photographer”. It’s easy to use, free and has the best options. It’s a fantastic service for the casual weekend photog. Well one such user (SoldierAnt) made this awesome graphic showing the various components of Flickr and how they are utilized. [click image to view full-size]
Google is the largest search engine and a force to be reckoned with. They’ve got their virtual foot in almost every door. From the coupon game to their recent addition of their cloud music service, they do whatever they want, when they want to. Check out this great graphic from Pingdom which show all the...
This is an amazing interactive graph of most of the major browsers and their growing (or shrinking) influence from 2002 – 2009. I know it’s not giving you the data from current times, but this showcases how they came to be what they are now. Click through to see the cool concept by Axiis.
Twitter is fast becoming the source of peoples everyday “news” source. But there are many different breeds of your typical Tweeter. From the business-minded to the casual reader, the gossip gal, etc. Well here is a nifty graphic that showcases a few of the more popular. [click image to view full-size]
With ISPs around the world starting to cap data usage and charge premiums for overages, it’s interesting to take a look at the speeds and costs in various countries. Top 10 Countries in terms of Internet Speed and Costs (ITIF Broadband Rankings) Japan: 61mbps – $0.27 Korea: 46mbps – $0.45 Finland: 22mbps – $2.77 Sweden:...
With news happening all around the world and being reported in near real time, it’s become more important than ever to have the ability to aggregate and gather all that information. It’s common place to hear the latest breaking story on Facebook or Twitter…but Google and other search engines would like to be the source...
Getting into your preferred college has always been nerve racking, but now-a-days with all the information about you posted online, some colleges are making the process even more frightening. Do you wonder if they’re looking at your Facebook or Twitter? Maybe posting those pictures from Halloween last year wasn’t such a good idea. Check out...
Being a Social Media Manager has it’s ups and downs. There are a lot different areas that they have to be knowledgeable in. One of the obvious issues for them is that the internet is always on, and always expanding…it just never ends. Have you ever wondered about the tasks and duties of your average...
Have you ever wondered how the internet gets around? Meaning, which route it takes. Peer 1 Hosting has put together a really cool graphic of just that. Just how far does your information travel before it arrives on the screen in front of you?   [source]
Where we get our news is changing quite a bit. What started as gab at the local feed shop is now instantly in our hands. Once delivered by local newspapers, then through the airwaves via radio and TV and of course most recently the internets. But increasingly we are getting our news now on-the-go. With...
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