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Think of your brand as a planet.

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How to ‘tweet’ in China: Twitter vs Sina Weibo in figures (infographics)

The true size of things.

What's it take to win a design contest? From 99Designs. Words for Winners: the winning mix

If school were free, three-quarters of us would resume our education.

Hot Vendors 2013, Part I Infographic by Aragon Research

The Opportunity Gap in Education based on advance course offerings.

10 Years of Online Education (well, an infographic at least of what's happened in the last 10 years).

National PBS Survey of Teachers Finds Access to Classroom Tech Is Good, But Teachers Want More : PBS

"A couple of years ago, someone discovered that websites hungry for content are willing to post infographics. Spammers latched onto the idea, because infographics are easy to create, and an easy way to get links on all kinds of websites. They don’t have to be particularly artful or accurate to get posted, and therefore became less so over time. Alberto Antoniazzi made this infographic that explains the current state of infography in very clear terms." Hahaha, this is awesome.