BuySellAds created this rich infographic to show at-a-glance what the Twitter ecoystem has become since it launched in 2006.
eG8 brought together some of the world’s most influential technology leaders this week for an open discussion about the future of technology. Hosted by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, the eG8 attempted to establish a dialogue between the government and technology luminaries. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, HTC’s Peter Chou, DST’s Yuri Milner and Google’s Eric Schmidt were just some of the high-powered speakers that graced the stage at the event. Social media monitoring firm Synthesio analyzed the Twitter buzz behind the event to find out who was talking about the eG8 and what quotes captured the most attention. Many of the 25,000 tweets about theRead More
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Here is an lovely infographic by IGN pondering on all the movies made on video game. It depicts some interesting facts like- The highest grossing video game movie is Prince of Persia:The Sands of Time. The best reviewed video game movies. The worst reviewed video game movies. Movies that should be video games. Video game movies by ratings. Video game movies by budget.
The importance of Facebook profile photos. Social photo app startup Pixable has pulled together this infographic showing (among other things) that every year we’re changing our profile photos more often. The number of profile photos posted per user has tripled since 2006, while the average Facebook account has 26 profile photos. “We took a random sample from our 500,000+ userbase,” explains Pixable’s Director of Marketing, Loren Appin. When users connect to Photofeed (Pixable’s app), our system has access to all Facebook photo related information, and this allowed us to run different analytics queries specifically around profile photo uploads. We compiled interesting setsRead More
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Following infographic from business network Focus shows Skype’s company history from conception to acquisition including its rollercoaster valuations to year-over-year revenues. Research and Design by Credit Score Blog
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