[gallery] Facebook’s domination is crushing. Even when we add up the visitor numbers for all the other 25 sites, that amounts to less than a third of Facebook’s traffic.  (via Royal Pingdom)...

[gallery] Happy Olympic tweeters to light up London Eye - Telegraph [The team has] been commissioned to develop an intuitive algorithm to track the sentiment of British tweeters about the Olympics by EDF Energy, the official electricity supplier to London 2012, in order to create the ‘world’s...

[gallery] Advertisers Slow to Capitalize on Connected TV Consumption - eMarketer 24 million North American households currently own a connected TV. That number is expected to nearly quadruple in the next four years, rising to 81 million households by 2016.  ...

[gallery] The London Games – The First Olympics That Will Be Told In 140 Characters  In most things in life, four years is a long time, but it’s a really long time in the world of tech and social media. ...

[gallery]  Via Growthology: With the news that Google’s Marissa Mayer has joined Yahoo as CEO, the remarkable upswing in female CEOs continues. The following figure summarizes the trend, showing that there are currently 41 female Fortune 1000 CEOs, the majority of whom have joined in the last three years. ...

[gallery] What the Internet Actually Looks Like  Here is what the Internet looks like: not a series of GIFs or a video of surfing goats, but a spindly collection of fiberoptic cables. The Internet, as a physical thing, actually looks a lot like a series of tubes.  ...

[gallery] ConvAirCar, 1946-1948  The ConvAirCar was a prototype flying car, intended for mainstream consumers. Convair anticipated that the the ConvAirCar would be purchased in large numbers to be rented at airports. ...

[gallery] A World With More Phones Than People A new report from the World Bank details the astounding growth of mobile since the year 2000. Then – just 12 years ago – there were less than a billion mobile subscriptions worldwide. Today, there are more than 6...