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Charting 2012’s Top Cultural Obsessions
You can’t talk 2012 without talking GIFs: the year’s cultural superstar, the Oxford American Dictionary’s word of the year, and the means by which the internet shared its obsessions (and we all know the internet really likes to obsess). From the GIF to politics to the apocalypse to Honey Boo Boo, the guys from I Love Charts bring you the year’s top cultural obsessions — in GIF form, of course.
Zombies
2012 was a year where major issues dominated the global narrative. Mainly we talked about the election and zombies.

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Charting 2012’s Top Cultural Obsessions

You can’t talk 2012 without talking GIFs: the year’s cultural superstar, the Oxford American Dictionary’s word of the year, and the means by which the internet shared its obsessions (and we all know the internet really likes to obsess). From the GIF to politics to the apocalypse to Honey Boo Boo, the guys from I Love Charts bring you the year’s top cultural obsessions — in GIF form, of course.

Zombies

2012 was a year where major issues dominated the global narrative. Mainly we talked about the election and zombies.

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A chart of things we wish you

A chart of things we wish you

So close.

So close.

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This Month In Charts: November
Still recovering from their Thanksgiving food comas, the guys from I Love Charts bring you the month of November, charted. 
Yes We Can!
Every four years, people all across America gather together for a ritual rich in metaphor for the American experience. From all walks of life, citizens join ranks with their brothers and sisters to stand in line, battling outdated technology and undisguised voter suppression tactics for the privilege of casting their vote for President of the United States. From their homes, jobs, schools, posts they come and wait. And wait, and wait, and wait …

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This Month In Charts: November

Still recovering from their Thanksgiving food comas, the guys from I Love Charts bring you the month of November, charted. 

Yes We Can!

Every four years, people all across America gather together for a ritual rich in metaphor for the American experience. From all walks of life, citizens join ranks with their brothers and sisters to stand in line, battling outdated technology and undisguised voter suppression tactics for the privilege of casting their vote for President of the United States. From their homes, jobs, schools, posts they come and wait. And wait, and wait, and wait …

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How do Romney and Obama stack up on Tumblr? 
President Barack Obama may be the commander in GIF when it comes to his presence on Tumblr, but his competitor Mitt Romney is no slouch on the microblogging network.
In October Romney was the topic of 94.5 million posts and 3 million reblogs while Obama collected 117.1K posts and 2.5 million reblogs, according to statistics from Union Metrics, Tumblr’s official analytics partner.
“From a content perspective, nearly all of the most popular posts (those receiving the most notes) are directly comparing the candidates; more than two-thirds of the posts about each candidate also include a tag about the other candidate,” Union Metrics reported. “Most of the content is visual and sarcastic in nature, often created to poke fun at the candidates, with myriad screenshots and GIFs created from the debates.” [continue]

Unless you’re saying that Romney is the subject of posts making fun of Romney, I can’t believe there are more positive posts about Romney than Obama on Tumblr. If that’s true, where are all these Tumblrers? On second thought, I’m glad I haven’t found them.

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How do Romney and Obama stack up on Tumblr?

President Barack Obama may be the commander in GIF when it comes to his presence on Tumblr, but his competitor Mitt Romney is no slouch on the microblogging network.

In October Romney was the topic of 94.5 million posts and 3 million reblogs while Obama collected 117.1K posts and 2.5 million reblogs, according to statistics from Union Metrics, Tumblr’s official analytics partner.

“From a content perspective, nearly all of the most popular posts (those receiving the most notes) are directly comparing the candidates; more than two-thirds of the posts about each candidate also include a tag about the other candidate,” Union Metrics reported. “Most of the content is visual and sarcastic in nature, often created to poke fun at the candidates, with myriad screenshots and GIFs created from the debates.”
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Unless you’re saying that Romney is the subject of posts making fun of Romney, I can’t believe there are more positive posts about Romney than Obama on Tumblr. If that’s true, where are all these Tumblrers? On second thought, I’m glad I haven’t found them.

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Types of Aid

Posted this over the weekend. Reposting in case you missed it.

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Types of Aid

Posted this over the weekend. Reposting in case you missed it.

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Types of Aid

Types of Aid

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The Internet doesn’t kill you, therefore the Internet makes you stronger.

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The Internet doesn’t kill you, therefore the Internet makes you stronger.

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Made for Slacktory.com
As you can see…

As you can see…

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The Dark Knight is rising.

The Dark Knight is rising.

So close.

So close.

Look! I got my own copy of the I Love Charts book! It’s pretty awesome. I Love Charts is a really awesome tumblog that you all should be following, and I think we should all support them by getting this book. 

You can get it at Amazon or Barnes and Noble.