Infographics are probably the only medium of getting eye candy and information at the same time. You can find 50 great examples collected by Francesco Mugnai in this recent blog post. If you want to continue enjoying the fun of infographics there is also what started me on infographics in the first place, a blog written by Randy Krum called Cool Infographics that delivers nice pieces from time to time. Ning even has its own Visual Thinking Map networks that serves as a collective pool for inforgraphics. Rock on.
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