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Monthly Archive:: March 2013

Ultimate IRA Cheat Sheet

An infographic on how mobile plans and rates from Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile all measure up to one another. Or at least we have a start: Based on data they collected, the BillShrink folks estimate there are now 10 million ways to structure a cell phone plan. Link

TIMELINE OF THE US CROWDFUNDING BILLS

This infographic tracing the genesis of the current effort to pass a crowdfunding bill into law in the United States up to where we stand now is a fine illustration and companion for a new two-part editorial on the multiple bills now on Capitol Hill. Link

The Unpredictability of the iPad

From the huge ships to huge savings, cruising is a great way to see the world. This graphic not only shows the staggering numbers behind the largest liners, it also shows the easiest ways to save money on a cruise.

Six Emerging Technologies in Education

The 2011 Horizon Report identified six areas of emerging technology that will have significant impact on higher education and creative expression over the next one to five years. St. Xavier University requested an infographic that would visually represent and succinctly describe those six areas for use on their website. Link

Rangers rotation vs. Tigers

A visual tribute to Arsene Wenger showing every player to represent Arsenal football club in his 15 full seasons at the club. Appearance and goal information is included for each player. Link

Groundhog Debt: How to Decrease Your Debt Shadow

Each year, on February 2, Punxsutawney Phil crawls out of his burrow and forecasts the weather by either seeing his shadow and returning to his burrow – signifying six more weeks of winter, or not seeing his shadow – signifying that winter will soon end. Just like Phil, it’s your turn to determine the future:

Facebook and Student Engagement

Two weeks ago I posted my thoughts and additional research evidence in response to the “Is Social Media Ruining Students?” infographic. I’ve often hoped that someone would create an infographic that used my data but that also didn’t jump to sensational conclusions. Link