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I like good infographics, which is is to say I've liked maybe one infographic in the past six months. Most are dreck and display the data that a 5x5 cell spreadsheet could contain (and display better). 

This is an example of a "not good" infographic. The layout doesn't work for me (i.e. the "graphic" part of infographic), and the data doesn't make much sense either. The conclusion it draws from that data is questionable too.

How valid is it to judge whether a social media network is valuable or not (and judges G+ a "ghost town") based on "sharing a story?" I'm not sure I even understand what "sharing a story" is, frankly. Is it a post? Is it forwarding a post? Commenting on a post?

We like what confirms our biases, I guess.
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