It talks about the different ways that infographics represent ideas and grab your attention. It's pretty much humorous, but also enlightening as someone who could potentially be working on infographics someday.
It was made by the people at www.thinkbrilliant.com. Their "about us" states:
Think Brilliant Media Studios was founded in August of 2007.We started out providing design and development services, though quickly grew to begin developing our own in-house products and applications. Along the way we’ve partnered with some of the best people in the business and established wonderful and beneficial relationships with industry heavyweights.
My favorite part of their website is the "news/entries" tab. This is where the infographics graphic came from. Aside from just that graphic, sometimes they talk about projects that they're working on, sometimes about other things related to the world we live in. I think the reason that I like what they're doing is that they aren't trying to please anyone. Their page says, "Nothing gets sugar coated. If we have an opinion, we share it. If you think what we’re saying is too controversial, or it makes you uncomfortable, don’t read it." That way, they can talk about literally whatever they want to talk about!
Here's an article from their website that I think we should all read before we enter the workforce. It is actually about ways to 'structure your company for happy employees', but I think by reading it I have a better idea of what I should look for in a workplace. In a time when it's hard to find work (especially PAYING work) many people are happy to get a job, any job, but I still think it's important to make sure that not only would you be a good fit for the company, but the company would be a good fit for YOU. It's an interesting read for us as entry level designers, and good to keep in mind if we ever get to the point of running our own businesses!