Donuts on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn & beyond
Look, I get it — some of you have trouble figuring out what the various social networks are, how to use them, and how they differ.
Thankfully, we’ve found this easy to use chart to help you in your efforts to appear slightly more connected to...
(Or is that futuristic retro? Retroistic futuristic? Whatever.)
Ever wonder what advertising for YouTube, Facebook, Skype or Twitter would have looked like in the 1950s? Okay, yeah, me neither. Fortunately for us, the folks at Brazilian ad agency Moma Propaganda did — and as a result made this...
In case of fire, exit building before tweeting about it:
In case of earthquake, run for cover before Facebooking about it:
Pay attention while walking - your Facebook status can...
US map, according to TV shows:
America, according to Europeans:
US map, according to a New Yorker:
US infographic, per America in my book:
“America in My Book” by Haley Nahman
The USA, according to Ohio:
by taintedsilence (see a larger version here)
From the amusingly retro-minded people at squirrel-monkey.com come these three videos, showing some of today’s most popular sites — Facebook, Twitter and Google — as they might have appeared in the eighties and/or nineties.
If Facebook had been invented in the ’90s