A universal size chart that will help women find perfectly fitting clothes from popular US and UK stores.
Museum of Me is a brilliant online project from Intel that turns your Facebook profile into a virtual museum with the click of a button.
You may be adding just a single cube of sugar in your cup of tea or coffee but do you know how may extra sugar cubes are you eating ever day through other foods & drinks?
Meet a simple Twitter based mash-up that creates a scrollable timeline with information about when your various friends may have joined Twitter.
The tool will help you visualize your education and your work experience in a tree like structure. It uses your LinkedIn profile as the starting point.
With BBC Dimensions, you can visualize the scale of important historical places and events by overlaying them on a map of a location that you are already familiar with.
A Facebook app scans your friends list to determine how many of your friends may have been affected due to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
You can use the Etherpad tool to visualize your own writing style.
If you curious to know how are people feeling around the world, check out World of Emotions – it will help you visualize the global mood through smileys on a Google Map.
Spezify is a new visual search engine that aggregates search results from multiples sources include Yahoo, Flickr, Twitter, Wikipedia, Amazon, eBay, etc. and then arranges all these results in a large beautiful collage.
This shift in the way we consume information has been brilliantly captured in these graphs by Thomas Baekdal who also predicts that traditional media reporting on newspapers, Television & Radio will disappear by 2020 to be replaced by social news.
Visualizing numbers: One trillion dollars, or 1 followed by 12 zeros, is lots of money but have you ever wonder how big that number actually is?
StatCounter Global Stats is a web research tool to help you track usage of web browser, search engines, mobile Internet and operating systems. With StatCounter boasting of 4 billion pageloads per month, this data should be both comprehensive and reliable, which would only get better with time.
McKinsey has created an Innovation Heat Map that will help you identify the most successful innovation hubs around the world.
This chart courtesy Nick Bilton will help you visualize the number of hyperlinks that currently exist on homepage of 98 popular news websites and tech blogs.
Here is a list of the most popular Internet sites arranged as a Periodic Table (the one from your Chemistry class).
This is how David Armano describes a typical day of his ‘blogging + work + family’ life.