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A series of SF books that forecast the future.

A series of SF books that forecast the future.

In case we decide to bring back the dinosaurs from extinction and try to have them as pets, "The Dinosaur Pet Guide" will provide a handy guide to the pleasures and pitfalls of owning one. 

In case we decide to bring back the dinosaurs from extinction and try to have them as pets, "The Dinosaur Pet Guide" will provide a handy guide to the pleasures and pitfalls of owning one. 

From the Camera Obscura to the Polaroid, this infographic presents the rapid evolution of cameras over the last 150 years.

From the Camera Obscura to the Polaroid, this infographic presents the rapid evolution of cameras over the last 150 years.

Titles by Shakespeare and Agatha Christie, have each, sold two billion copies. 
That’d made a nearly 32,000-mile-high stack, which is 1.7th of the distance from Earth to Moon. 

Titles by Shakespeare and Agatha Christie, have each, sold two billion copies.

That’d made a nearly 32,000-mile-high stack, which is 1.7th of the distance from Earth to Moon. 

Your Blog, As A Graph.

These are the best of times for infographics, flowcharts, Sankey diagrams, pie charts, histograms,etc. So, what if your Website or, any Web page for that matter, could be visualized as a synaptic tree?

It can at—“Webpages As Graphs.”

A Newspaper-Less World.

Media analysts predict that newspapers will become extinct in the U.S. by the year 2017.

Well, we’ll have to wait and watch, won’t we?

I’ve had an overdose of minimal posters, to be frank.
But, I don’t mind these, from the “philographics,” series, created by London-based graphic designer Genis Carreras. Each poster attempts to explain a philosophical doctrine through a simple design and itsy-bitsy text.  
I’ve had an overdose of minimal posters, to be frank.
But, I don’t mind these, from the “philographics,” series, created by London-based graphic designer Genis Carreras. Each poster attempts to explain a philosophical doctrine through a simple design and itsy-bitsy text.  

I’ve had an overdose of minimal posters, to be frank.

But, I don’t mind these, from the “philographics,” series, created by London-based graphic designer Genis Carreras. Each poster attempts to explain a philosophical doctrine through a simple design and itsy-bitsy text.