Twitter Infographics

"We’ve confidentially submitted an S-1 to the SEC for a planned IPO. "

Twitter’s announcement is already ‘taking over’ the Internet.

And here are +250 #infographics, posters, illustrations and more, on #Pinterest: http://ow.ly/oPhEq

Brain Infographics

The Brain is the most complex organ known.
See if you can find some answers in this #Pinterest board with Brain #infographics: http://ow.ly/obsVQ



Inside the White House [Interactive]

Interactive here.



SITE | Likeable Media



Pulp em cronologia



Dossier | Especial BBC: União Europeia



Reportagem | AlertNet: "One Day In Port-Au-Prince"

Reuters | Euro zone debt crisis in graphics



Infographic: 97 out of 100 climate experts think humans are causing global warming

The 97% figure comes from two independent studies, each employing different methodologies. One study surveyed all climate scientists who have publicly signed declarations supporting or rejecting the consensus (Anderegg 2010). Another study directly asked earth scientists the following question “Do you think human activity is a significant contributing factor in changing mean global temperatures?” They found 97% of actively publishing climate scientists answered yes (Doran 2009). As “climate scientists actively publishing peer-reviewed research on climate change” doesn’t really roll off the tongue, I abbreviated that down to “climate experts”.

One feature of Doran’s survey results is that while 97% of climate expert said “yes, humans are causing global warming”, only 1% said “no, we’re not”. The other 2% were unsure:

Response to the survey question “Do you think human activity is a significant contributing factor in changing mean global temperatures?” (Doran 2009)

I’ve indicated the “I’m not sure” portion in the “97 out of 100 climate experts” infographic with grey colouring.

# Cf. Guide to Skepticism



Infographic: The Hectic Schedule of A Social Media Manager

Social media managers seem to keep popping up everywhere online, and we thought we would create a piece highlighting (with some degree of creative license of course) the types of activities they do on a daily basis.  This piece was created for Socialcast and has been tweeted and re-tweeted over 1200 times and counting.

If you find yourself tweeting from the shower and updating Facebook while doing 85 on the freeway, we created this graphic to save your life. Click below or go here to view the full-size version.