From Punch-cards to the Williams tube (0.0625kb) and from the Uniservo (128 bits) to the 5.25" floppy. I just think it's fascinating to see how digital storage has transformed over the decades, so here's our infographic of the day on that very subject, courtesy of Mashable.
Infographic of the day: The economics of social gaming
Social gaming is a phenomenon that has really come by surprise to the general public (angry birds being the perfect example), springboarding to become massive off the back of social networking. But how much is the industry worth nowadays? How much is it to buy a social game development company? And just how many people have bought virtual gifts? This is what our infographic of the day, by Mashable, answers.
So after various Twitter debates and blogging I like to sit down with a Beer, and I'm pretty sure many of you do too. But what about the history of the wonderful beverage? Where did those drinks on tap and reduced in price for the masses on a student night actually originate? Find out in our Infographic of the day, courtesy of 600series design.
So we've been getting into The Walking Dead alot recently, so it's only necessary that a crisis plan needs to be put in effect just in case the zombie apocalypse actually does happen. With that in mind, here's our Infographic of the day, courtesy of HCC Medical Insurance Services.
We've always seen ourselves to be fans of Comic Sans, which always brings us great pain whenever we hear such hatred of it; but we see it clearly in the historybooks of modern typography, and are then disgusted to see the Ban Comic Sans website. It's an insult to what is an under-appreciated font. Guess you can take a look at all these other fonts in one of our favourite infographics of the moment, courtesy of Mashable.