Reading my news feeds over the last few days, I’ve uncovered three infographics that illustrate how the generations differ in various ways. As news chum is governed by the rule of threes (at least three items on a theme), that means it is posting time:
- Cybersecurity. This is a fascinating infographic from LastPass that measures various indicators of cybersecurity awareness and proactive-ness across the generations, from “Generation Z” to the “Baby Boomers”. We Baby Boomers don’t do all that bad. Click on the link above or the graphic below for the full graphic:
- Television. The second infographic looks at how television has changed. What is really telling here is the market fragmentation: the increase in the number of channels, and the drop in the ratings of the top rated shows. Click on the link above or the graphic below for the full graphic:
- The Female Body. The third infographic looks at how our perception of what a beautiful female body is has changed over the years. Click on the link above or the graphic below for the full graphic:
P.S.: A birdie tells me there’s going to be a great graphic on freeway signage, using information from various source (including my site), sometime this weekend on the Southern California Newsgroup Papers. I’ll post a link to it when I have it.