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.
Infographics, short for Information graphics, is a visual way of presenting information or complicated data.
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. Today, it is used to describe someone impassioned or obsessed by a particular area or interest. This reclamation of “geek” has even gone so far as to filter into commerce, with the(…)
The world map shows natural disasters and accidents â€“ including floods, earthquakes, terror activity, â€“ happening around the world right now.
This graphic image shows a list of keywords and websites that are currently blocked or censored in China.
The total number of domain names registered worldwide has recently crossed the 200 million mark according to a VeriSign report.
This interesting infographic compares web browsers with popular celebrities. It however misses Rockmelt, the new kid on the block!
This chart compares the size of all the popular online ebook stores from Amazon (Kindle), Barnes and Noble (Nook), Apple iBooks and Sony Reader.
This poster from Newsweek summarizes the printed book versus the e-book debate.
Print stickers to highlight press releases and other poorly researched news stories that are published in newspapers and blogs.
If you were to think of Facebook as a country, it would be the third most populated nation in the world after China and India.
This world map image illustrates the market share of Google search in different countries across the world.
This handy chart compares the display, storage and other features of iPhone 3GS with iPhone 4 that goes on sale later this month.