Some people love infographics, some people don't. But hell, some people don't like social media either; it's all a matter of personal taste. Personally, I like a good infographic (emphasis here on the word good). They have the power to condense pretty intense blog posts into something that delivers the barest, most important bones in a dynamic, colorful and attention-grabbing way, which also makes them a great piece of link bait. Well, the best ones do anyway.
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From Social Media Today
Infographics are relatively new; new enough for the word "infographic" not to be recognized by my spellchecker. As with all things "new" on the interwebs, there comes a near obsessive, cult-like following that insists that this phenomenal new thing will be the massive change to overtake the online world and alter the way we computer forever. So here's a very blatant attempt at trying to capture some of that traffic.