Vinny Bruzzese may embody everything that’s wrong with Hollywood, or, as he’d argue, just another resource for screenwriters. As someone who purports to bring science to predicting a movie’s success, he applies his technique here to explaining the performance gap between two films from the same franchise.
A very patient reader found a creative way to show the sheer abundance of beheadings, disembowelings, and molten gold skull-burnings that take place over the course of the Game of Thrones books, and we're better off for it.
It's very clear from listening to Jay Z's music that he enjoys the finer things in life. This handy infographic breaks down exactly what those things are, and how often the rapper/mogul namedrops them per album.
"The Infographic History of the World" is a U.K. book that uses one of the more popular recent trends in data to make sense of our collective past. The book’s editor, Craig Adams, sheds some light on how the project came about.