The Vizify app reads you Twitter activity and turns it into a visual infographic revealing interesting details about you.
Infographics, short for Information graphics, is a visual way of presenting information or complicated data.
The office printer, the computer keyboard, the calculator and most other tech gadgets that we use daily have germs on them. Wipe them before using.
This rough guide to Indian food by state is courtesy Zomato.com, an online guide to Indian restaurants.
This is a password tree that I use to remember username and passwords of my various online accounts.
Download.com is most popular website for downloading desktop software, device drivers, games and mobile apps. They have recently released a list of their most popular downloads ever.
This presentation by environmentalist Kamal Meattle talks about how you can grow your fresh air at home and office buildings using some commonly available indoor plants.
A visual timeline of the very successful Apple Mac series from the Power Mac to iMac to Macbook Air.
A vast majority of Internet data and voice traffic is transmitted through undersea cables spread across oceans. This Google Maps gives the physical routes of these submarine cables.
This fonts table has a list of most popular typefaces grouped by their family /class. Each cell in the periodic table lists the typeface and a one or two character “symbol”, the designer of the font, the year when that font was released and its ranking (font popularity).
Do you know what kind of money advertisers in various categories are willing to spend on Google AdWords to reach out potential customers?
Learn the rules of etiquette and good manners for the online world with eEtiquette. It offers 101 useful guidelines on how we should behave in the digital world.
What percentage of the total worldâ€™s population is literate? World statistics are often hard to remember but if the same data is presented with visuals and in relative form, things can get a little simple.
ICANN, the organization that oversees Internet domain names, has approved new top-level domain names that could end with .anything. For instance, The New York Times may opt for the .nyt suffix while Google could acquire an address that ends with .google.
The heat maps drawn on Google Maps show how popular different parts of the world are among tourists. Most popular cities are in yellow while least popular destinations are in blue.
Flickr has tags, user groups, places, notes, and more. The visual map below should help you understand the various concepts of Flickr [via]
Learn the difference between a legal DVD bought from a store versus a pirated DVD that you either ripped on your own or downloaded from one of the torrent sites on the Internet.
Wondering what’s the average CTR on Google? A report says that 37% of Google users will click on the first link listed in Google search page while a mere 12.5% will check sites that rank at number in Google.
#ie6countdown – Microsoft launched Internet Explorer 6 around the same time as Windows XP but even after 10 years, IE 6 refuses to go away.
Here you may compare the height, width and depth of the original iPad with the new iPad 2.
Can your music taste determine how smart or dumb you are? Virgil Griffith has mapped musical tastes of college students with their intelligence levels determined by the SAT score.
This pyramid chart represents the basic needs of geeks and things that give them a high.
Social networking site Facebook has experienced enormous growth in India while previous market-leader Orkut has more or less stagnated in the last year.
This is a list of the world’s most frequently blocked websites. It includes social sites (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter), adult websites, online video and even some advertising networks.
This infographic from Gerson Mora puts all the popular websites in a 3D transparent globe.
“In the past, being described as a geek was considered an insult, for it reflected a certain manner of social skills or status.