Aug 25, 2011  •  In Art/Design, Funny, Geek, Infographics, Web

If Web Browsers Were Celebrities [Infographic]

I used to be a huge fan of Firefox, but made the switch to Chrome two years ago and have not looked back. I continue to use Firefox and Safari for certain secret agent web missions, and am consistently reminded over and over again why Chrome is a better fit for me (faster, lightweight, and handles my bazillions of open tabs better) — but I certainly understand how others may prefer Firefox, Opera, or Safari over Chrome. What I don’t understand is the large number of internet surfers who are still using IE7, nevermind IE6! (I have had hundreds of…
Jul 7, 2011  •  In Art/Design, Gadgets, Geek, Infographics, Personal, Photography

Canon vs Nikon [Infographic]

Digital Photography School has sparked another Canon vs Nikon debate by posting the following infographic earlier today: As much as I would’ve liked to see more technical data, I can only assume that the resulting infographic would be about 5x larger due to the wide range of products each company provides! On a more personal note, when I purchased my DSLR two years ago, I was leaning a bit more to the Nikon side solely based on the fact that my favorite photographers seemed to prefer Nikons over Canons. However, J strongly encouraged me to try them out in person…
Jun 21, 2011  •  In Home, Infographics, Information, Personal, Relationships

How Many Households Are Like Yours?

Over the weekend, the NYTimes ran an article titled “Baby Makes Four, and Complications” which tells the story of a woman, her son, her sperm donor and his lover, citing them as an example of the changing face of the American family. This was no big news to me. After all, the idea of the traditional nuclear family is being questioned every day, and for the first time ever, the percentage of households headed by married couples has dropped below 50 percent (according to 2010 U.S. Census figures). What particularly caught my eye about the article was its accompanying interactive…