Here we can see the global popularity of Pinterest. The ranking numbers don't make a whole lot of sense to me but the crux of the information seems to show that the top countries by usage are:
Mike over at the TV Licensing press office kindly sent me this infographic that they've put together as part of a larger report called TeleScope 2012. It looks at how far and how fast the British public has responded to the new waves of TV technologies in recent years. And I commend them for the visualisation of the immense amounts of data they must have at their disposal. Bravo.
It looks at how much TV we're watching, what we're watching and how, paying particularly close attention to the rise of "chatterboxing" (two-screen social media viewing). So thumbs up Mike for the relevancy.
The report in full can be found at www.tvlicensing.co.uk/telescope2012
I used to love reading through the Encyclopaedia Britannica when I was much younger. But then the internet came along and ruined their entire business model. Shame. But the wisdom of the crowd showed that Wikipedia could essentially kill off a 244 year old business, no mean feat. Some great info and stats in this graphic.