Way back in 2011, Steven Bristol and Allan Branch, a couple of strapping entrepreneurs with in-vogue facial hair, decided to poke fun at infographics — with an infographic.
The title said it all: “Infographs are Ruining the Internet.” (“Infograph” is their terminology used for the purpose of their content.)
Now, the Bristol and Branch infographic simply amounts to amusing facts about infographics — none of which are true.
Here are some fake-fact highlights:
- 23 percent of infographs cause puppies to cry
- 67 percent of people who read infographs love them
- 356 calories are burned in the creation of an infograph
One “fact,” which …read more