For each natural number n, we draw a periodic curve starting from the origin, intersecting the x-axis at n and its multiples. The prime numbers are those that have been intersected by only two curves: the prime number itself and one.
Is Facebook immune from the fate of those who came before it?
While Facebook seems impossible to slow down at the moment. History has shown that many online empires share the same fate. This marvellously crafted vector infographic does great job of illustrating that. Even Rome had their problems keeping their stats strong.
Ivan Maximov created these opening titles for 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea for a school project. Relatively simple, compared to some of the intricate excellence you see on Art of the Title these days, but I think they are extremely well executed. I really like the combination of live action underwater footage with some slick After Effects motion overtop. Would love to see a longer version.
Now here’s a very interesting infographic for all you Twitter users out there. Find out who’s tweeting in the US.
“Twitter adoption among U.S. Internet users has increased by leaps and bounds. A recent Pew Survey of 2,277 adult internet users reveals exactly who is tweeting.”
Column Five Media
The US of A is a big place filled with lots of tweeting citizens. This little map breaks let’s us know what US cities might be called if named by Twitter users.
Trulia maps out where international house hunters are looking for homes in the USA. Some interesting nuggets include: Aussies are eyeing Detroit and Canadians want to take over Florida.
Modern pop music kind of sucks (I said it, so there). Don’t believe me? You need some statistics to back that statement up you say?
Well, luckily for us, this charming little infographic is available to outline the specifics. It appears as though it takes a small army with many specific needs to keep things moving.
It’s official folks – I’m old. To each his (or her) own. Excellent vector illustration.
“Katy Perry is a huge star with an even bigger, more specific tour rider. For those who aren’t familiar with the term, a rider is a rundown of what talent requires for an appearance, be it on a talk or late night show, a movie set, a concert venue or any public appearance. There are often rumors of outrageous or ridiculous demands, the most classic one being a huge bowl of M & M’s with all of the brown candies picked out which has been attributed to just about every star ever.
Katy Perry’s rider recently leaked via TheSmokingGun.com, and we’ve created this infographic to show you just what’s what in her rider with venues around the country. Some of the expectations are reasonable, some obviously will require great effort or expense, some are oddly personal, and some are just very, very specific.
Any which way, this is a fun look behind the pink and cream curtains on Katy’s tour.”
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