fastcompany:

The folks at the London-based “ideas agency” Syzygy just sent us this illustration by their creative director, Peter Jaworowski, of the “20 greatest, funniest and most insane internet events from 2011.” Here’s the thing: You have to guess what they are by decoding the visual clues.
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fastcompany:

The folks at the London-based “ideas agency” Syzygy just sent us this illustration by their creative director, Peter Jaworowski, of the “20 greatest, funniest and most insane internet events from 2011.” Here’s the thing: You have to guess what they are by decoding the visual clues.

Read more->

A Technical Examination of SOPA & PIPA [Infographic]

Confused by all the talk over SOPA & PIPA? Here’s a great infographic explaining both pieces of legislation, why they won’t work in their current forms, and their potential impact on the internet.

"We know story. However, it’s the ‘telling’ of stories that is becoming ever more complex and ever more exciting. This is because we have seen two massive shifts. One is the distribution of technology—the other is the distribution of creativity. Everyone is a storyteller, and with technology more and more people have access to tell theirs to other people all over the world."

— Jonathan Mildenhall, Vice President, Global Advertising Strategy and Content Excellence at Coca-Cola. The Coca-Cola Company and ad agency McCann Erickson are exploring the future of storytelling as the inaugural underwriters of the Sundance Institute’s New Frontier Story Lab. Read on-> (via fastcompany)

(via fastcompany)

ilovecharts:

A pie chart featured on 30 Rock detailing the demographics of people who watch TGS. This includes: “Idiots (12-49), Pets Whose Owners Have Died, Jet Blue Passengers Who Fall Asleep With The TV On, and Black Nerds.”
-morphmaker

ilovecharts:

A pie chart featured on 30 Rock detailing the demographics of people who watch TGS. This includes: “Idiots (12-49), Pets Whose Owners Have Died, Jet Blue Passengers Who Fall Asleep With The TV On, and Black Nerds.”

-morphmaker

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