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Election night in Australia relived

It was election night a few days ago in Australia, and News.com.au ran this graphic to show results in real-time during the election: Instead of…

Discuss: Driving is why you’re fat?

In a collaboration between GOOD and Hyperakt, they come out with a bold statement: driving is why you're fat. They follow with a graphic that…

Illustrated guide to a PhD

When I first got in to graduate school, I really had no idea what I was getting in to. I thought it'd be like undergraduate…

You + Me = Awesome

I used this diagram to convince my wife to marry me (j/k). Buy the print by Nick Schmitz here. Have a good weekend! [via swissmiss]…

Another view of Inception, with the kicks this time

Here's another timeline of Inception from deviantArt user, dehas. This one has the kicks in it. Start on the bottom left, and follow the character…

Back to the Future trilogy timelines

You know I can never resist a good Back to the Future reference. Also from graphic designer Sean Mort, the trilogy timelines are displayed in…

Inception dream levels explained in flowchart

You knew this was coming. I'd call spoiler alert for those who haven't seen Inception yet, but honestly, this flowchart from graphic designer Sean Mort…

Inside the Glenn Beck/Goldline scheme

Jess Bachman and Barry Ritholtz take a look at the Glenn Beck/Goldline scheme in standard flowchart fashion. In a nutshell: Goldline sponsors the Glenn Beck…

A graphical look at Burning Man

This graphic on Burning Man is totally lost on me, but maybe you guys will appreciate it more. I first heard about the event on…

How to win Rock-paper-scissors every time

I admit it. When I first heard there are actual tournaments for Rock-paper-scissors, sanctioned by the World Rock Paper Scissors Society, I laughed. I mean…

History of The Beatles as told by their hair

The Beatles were famously known for their mop-top haircuts in the early 1960s, but their styles evolved over time. DeviantArt user mozzarellapoppy has a look…

Investigation of top secret America

In response to the the 9/11 attacks, the United States government created a highly secretive set of organizations with zero transparency and very little oversight.…

Citizen’s guide to fancy pants coffee drinks

In the same spirit of the original coffee drink infographic from a few years ago, Plaid Creative describes the perfect pour, or as I like…

Path to happiness gets complicated and confusing

Just when you thought the path to lifelong happiness was uber simple and you had it all figured out, someone slaps you in the face…

How data travels from phone to computer

Time Warner Cable explains how a picture travels from Jeff's phone to Vijay's laptop. Obviously it is a bit simplified. I spent a full semester…

Flowchart to lifelong happiness

The secret to lifelong happiness. If only it were so easy. [Typcut via swissmiss]…

Flowchart shows the startup business cycle

Technology and investment group HackFwd describes what it's like to work with them in a flowchart. In a nutshell: start with inspiration, work hard, impress…

Top World Cup players on Facebook

I always know when something exciting happens in the World Cup when my Facebook stream is flooded with announcements of a goooooooaaaal. On any given…

Challenge: What is a FIFA player’s worth?

I really want to like this graphic on the "worth" of FIFA players. The colors pop and the topic is potentially interesting. There are some…

Who participates online, by age

Arno Ghelfi for Businessweek reports on who's doing what online, separated by age. The grid aesthetic totally works for the Internet theme, which can feel…

Modern history of human communication

With the announcement of Google Voice for everyone, the big G describes the history of human communication in the graphic above - and consequently, how…

Texting volume during World Cup matches

I love how major sporting events can captivate an entire country or region, especially when there's the data to show the collective pulse. We saw…