Neat chart will help you understand the vast universe of women footwear

I really like women shoes, not only for the reasons you are thinking (that too) but because I think they can be beautiful design pieces. This neat chart—by infographic design studio Pop Chart Labbrakes down the contemporary footwear styles so we can understand and appreciate the nuances of such a vast world. » 12/19/14 8:46pm 12/19/14 8:46pm

Chart: Which country has the world's largest army throughout history?

Martin Vargic made a very interesting chart that shows what the world's largest army was throughout history, from 2500 BC until now. He split up the world into "west" and "east" to show which countries or dynasties or empires were dominating different parts of the world. » 11/26/14 8:58pm 11/26/14 8:58pm

Largest vocabulary in hip hop uses more unique words than Shakespeare

Designer and data scientist Matt Daniels charted this neat comparison of vocabularies in hip hop. At the bottom of the chart you can see DMX with only 3,214 unique words. Outkast has more unique words in their lyrics than Shakespeare, but everyone is way behind Aesop Rock, who rules with 7,392 words. » 10/07/14 12:30am 10/07/14 12:30am

The biggest comparison of sci-fi spaceships ever is complete at last

At last, it's done. The biggest spaceship size chart ever created is now complete and fully operational. 4,268 x 5,690 pixels of technological terror that includes everything from the smaller Star War ships to EVE. According to its author, Dirk Loechel, this is the last update. It's epic. » 9/17/14 10:29am 9/17/14 10:29am

The 233-Year History of the Bicycle In One Handy Chart

For those who live and breathe by two-wheeled transportation, bicycles are more than just a way to get from here to there. The immediate, wind-on-your-face freedom of pedaling fast is a feeling that just can’t be matched by wandering around, road-tripping, or pretty much any kind of public transport. » 9/04/13 3:40pm 9/04/13 3:40pm

Here Is a Chart Showing All the Different Cuts of Beef

Beef is never not delicious but certain cuts of beef are even more delicious than other parts of meat. Why is that? Because the cow is a pretty big animal and different parts of it can be fattier or leaner than the other. This infographic from Visual.ly breaks down where which kind of beef cut comes from. If you were… » 4/03/13 1:00am 4/03/13 1:00am

Internet Explorer vs Murder Rate Will Be Your Favorite Chart Today

Like its author says "I know correlation doesn't imply causation but..." But I think that, in this case, we may be onto something [Twitter] » 1/22/13 11:17am 1/22/13 11:17am

This Is What 350,000 Websites Look Like

Try to picture the internet and you invariably have a hard time. Fortunately, Ruslan Enikeev has decided to help you out by creating a map which organizes websites by popularity and similarity. » 7/30/12 5:00am 7/30/12 5:00am

How Common Is Your Birthday?

Your birthday! The day you feel like the most special person on the planet! The day you get to do what you want. But don't forget, other people share your birthday too. In fact, a lot of people do. What are the most common birthdays? Check out this snazzy visualization to find out. » 5/16/12 12:00pm 5/16/12 12:00pm

Why Are You Wearing Headphones Right Now?

This chart seems about right. I mean, when I found it in my RSS I was wearing my Denon AH-D5000 cans and they weren't doing anything but making me look like Princess Leia. [Poor Drawn Lines via Makeuseof via Geeks Are Sexy] » 4/29/12 11:30am 4/29/12 11:30am

All Modern American Rockets and Spaceships Compared

This is a very neat graphic: all modern American rockets and spaceships compared, from XCOR's Lynx—a two-seat space transport vehicle—to NASA's next-generation Space Launch System. And of course, the classic Saturn V added for good measure. » 4/23/12 12:20pm 4/23/12 12:20pm

Apple's Stack of Cash Would Soar 32 Times Higher Than the International…

If you stack every single dollar bill in Apple's $97 billion cash reserves, you would reach 6,583 miles into space. That's about 32 times the altitude of the International Space Station. It would look pretty much like this. » 1/24/12 6:32pm 1/24/12 6:32pm

Who Wins the Santa vs Zombies vs Satan Google Battle These Holidays?

The University of Oxford's Internet Institute has discovered that there are places in the United States where there are more people googling for zombies and satan than for Santa Claus. They have found some interesting patterns: » 12/19/11 9:46am 12/19/11 9:46am

Sour Candy Is Almost As Bad for Your Teeth As Battery Acid

Do you have a lot of cavities? Perhaps it's because you lost a lot of enamel sucking on sour candy when you were a kid. It's almost as bad as battery acid—except it tastes much better. » 11/17/11 3:20pm 11/17/11 3:20pm

The Weiner Flowchart Will Help You Decide When To Tweet Your Dick Pic

Atten-shun, Senators and Congresspeeps and everyone else with a bundle of loving meat hanging between their legs: Here's an extremely useful flowchart that will help you decide if it's ok to tweet your dick pic or not. » 6/14/11 12:27pm 6/14/11 12:27pm

How Much Did the iPad Crush Everyone Else in 2010

There's not much else to say about this chart. According to Gartner, the world spent $9.6 billion in tablets. According to Apple's official numbers, the iPad got $9.566 billion. » 3/30/11 8:18pm 3/30/11 8:18pm

How Many of These Essential Kitchen Tools Do You Own?

Not only do I not own the vast majority of these 100+ culinary tools, I don't even know what I'd do with them if I did. Fortunately, this splendiferous (their word) display is up for sale over at Pop Chart Lab. » 2/07/11 2:40pm 2/07/11 2:40pm

How Far Into the Past Can Our Telescopes See?

Every time we point a telescope at the sky we're looking into the past. This chart shows how far we can go. Right now, Hubble's Ultra Deep Field IR can see as far as 480 million years after the Big Bang. » 1/26/11 7:20pm 1/26/11 7:20pm

You're 85% More Likely To Potato

Want to turn your moderately interesting factoid into a full-blown link machine? Make it a chart! Thank you, Lunchbreath, for nailing how infographics are the catnip of the internet. [Lunchbreath via TDW] » 1/25/11 9:40am 1/25/11 9:40am

This Is Why Horoscopes Are Full of Assfog

This graphic captures data from 22,000 horoscopes. All the signs show the same vague words that can be applied to anyone willing to believe. No news here: Astrologers, diviners and similar animals are just a bunch of deceptive crooks. » 1/19/11 1:20pm 1/19/11 1:20pm