This has very little to do with my own capstone project, but it's an interesting site that I wanted to share because I have yet to meet another person who follows it. It's also possibly helpful for the few people doing projects about infographics - as it is a different idea than many. The site is www.thisisindexed.com and it is just index cards (usually daily-ish) with Venn diagrams, charts, etc. pointing out something that is actually pretty obvious, but that we usually haven't thought of in this particular way. Although she writes/graphs about nearly everything, I've noticed that she does comment on design/media quite a bit.
It's interesting, I think, to look at a lot of her work (and sometimes the comments are worth reading also, as they are open and others can suggest their own ideas for the diagram 'labels') from the perspective of a designer. The one at the top of this post, for example, could apply to clients in many areas of work, but I think it points out an interesting problem that designers face; we can't just design however we want, we really have to know our clients. Otherwise, we run the risk of offending them.
And I like this one because it relates to my political-minded ideas for the project: