Monthly Archives: June 2014

Five Spectacular Hipster Infographics

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This is a compilation of exquisite infographics for the hipster near you. If you happen to be a hipster I just hope you haven’t seen these before I was able to share them with you. Regardless, enjoy all the information and keep sharing! Remember to click on the images for a full view of each infographic.


How Far is it to Mars?


Yes, I know we can just Google the question or go straight to Wikipedia and get the answer but once the numbers become, well, astronomical, it can be quite difficult to comprehend the actual distance. This well-thought, digital infographic, How Far is it to Mars?, sums it up for the layman.


The Magnificent Magnitude of Beer


The array of beers available to you on any given day can be considerably overwhelming. The guys over at Pop Chart Lab have devised this magnificent 60 x 40 inch poster of possible palate pleasers.


The Evolution of Game Controllers


I’ll give you a minute after checking the infographic. Now that the nostalgia of catching your first golden chocobo is dissipating I can introduce you to the history of video game controllers. Every hipster and gamer on the planet can look at any one of those controllers from their past and recall countless lost hours in front of the boob tube.

The wonderful people at Pop Chart Lab have created this infographic detailing the complete family tree of video game control schemes, including handhelds, joysticks, paddles, gamepads, rifles, steering wheels, paddles, guitars and even a glove.


Your Google Results Are In


Getting yourself into the top few results of a self search is all a true hipster needs to succeed. If this is what you’re looking for while becoming the best hipster this side of the Mississippi then look no further! This infographic by Search Engine Land provides a path towards success with utilizing social media such as LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.


The Illustrious Omnibus of Super Powers


Have you ever tried to wrap your head around the marvelous myriad of super powers that exist? Pop Chart Lab has provided this wonderful infographic that houses any and all possible superpowers for your hipster pleasure.

Travel by Dragon in Google Maps

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A new Game of Thrones inspired Easter egg has been discovered on Google Maps. If you are planning on traveling from Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, to Brecon Beacons in South Wales you’re given an extra option to travel by dragon.

Is a dragon your preferred choice to travel? It can clear 122 miles in 20 minutes! Unfortunately, we’re not all granted the privelege of dragon travel. Considering the amount of time necessary for Daenerys Targaryen’s army to take King’s Landing, these dragons are only available in Wales.


Perhaps Wales was chosen due to United Kingdom’s resemblance to Westeros or it could even be for the fact that the Welsh flag is branded with a fiery dragon. Regardless, Google has dropped many fun Easter eggs into Google Maps over the years that point to pop culture references and popular fantasy series. We featured a few in our 10 Awesome Internet Easter Eggs such as a tour of the TARDIS and has also attempted to help Lord of the Rings fans with directions to Mordor.

Take a Digital Break on a Lovely Sunny Day

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Zachary Levi and Sesame Street‘s Bert have figured out there’s more to do than just sitting indoors behind a digital device. They share their mutual love of pigeons and the outdoors in this kitschy tune that promotes unplugging yourself and spending a lovely, sunny day in the park.

The pigeons make it feel like home
Follow me and we can roam
Across the grass and see
That now we’re running faster than 4G!

Special thanks to Zachary LeviKal PennSesame Street‘s parks initiativesPaul Loren and EA Management. Originally posted on Mashable with full lyrics.