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I always assumed that Elvis’ last meal was the Elvis, but this fascinating and insightful infographic shows the truth about the last thing he and a bunch of other famous dead people ate. Joe Berkowitz gets morbid over at Co.Create.
New York’s bike share has been around for enough time to start evaluating its success. This infographic takes you through the numbers of the first 100 days: People love the blue bikes.
A scientific guide to writing popular (and sharable) headlines for Twitter, Facebook, and your blog, from the co-founder of Buffer.
Very scary infographic of the dangerous dyes in our food. You may reconsider eating macaroni & cheese after seeing this slideshow.
Your brain on coffee vs. your brain on beer. (Here’s the full infographic)
A look at what Amazon users are buying on vinyl
“I figured Fast Company received many standard resumes that they routinely read through. Then, they probably threw them out. I wanted to make something different, something exciting and colorful, something that showed them how much I admired them and who I really was. I put an infographic on the website mapping out why I was the perfect candidate—showing that I had something to add.
Two and half hours later, I received an email. I had a phone interview a week later. The rest is history. It turns out you can tweet your way to your dream job (or internship).”
Want to know what dirty words your great great great grandfather probably used? Here, 2,600 slang terms for genitalia throughout the ages…
This typography beard guide pairs popular beard styles with their font brothers.