Did you know that Twitter was originally named Twttr, a name inspired by Flickr? And that, although many thought this year's Superbowl held the record for the most number of tweets per seconds, the record holder is actually the Japanese anime Castle in the Sky? Our visual analysis takes a look at all the latest statistics on Twitter- with a few projections for the future as well. View Infographic ›
Facebook's rise never ceases to amaze us- from a net income of $229 million in 2009 to a cool $1 billion last year, as illustrated in our latest infographic. Among other things, we look at the number of active Facebook users around the globe (Asia has the most users, but the U.S. has the largest penetration per population), what they actually do on Facebook (like uploading 250 million photos a day), the games they like to play, and some interesting facts from Facebook's recent IPO filing. View Infographic ›
A creative look at the cost comparisons between purchasing a newly built single house against a condominium in Japan.
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A look at the origins of Linux, from its early beginnings in the early 1970's with Richard Stallman in its earliest form and prior to it actually being named 'Linux' this would come later in 1991 when Linus Torvalds wanted to create his own operating system.
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