This is What People Dislike About Facebook

In honor of Facebook’s 10th anniversary tomorrow, Pew Research just released an interesting study revealing how people use the social-media monster. Here are some fun infographics showing some of its results. You can read the rest of the study here.

This is what people dislike most about the site.

facebook user dislikes

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InfoGraphic: The United States of Marriage Equality

freedom to marry infographic

This is what marriage equality looks like now that Hawaii and New Jersey have become the most recent states to legalize gay marriage. The new additions make 16 same-sex marriage states, which, according to CNN, means that “more than 1 in 3 Americans live where same-sex marriage is legal. It’s a dramatic shift in a short period of time — one not seen on other social issues.”

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Property’s Morning Obsession: If Facebook Built a House, Here’s What It Would Look Like

How irritating is the ever-shifting architecture of Facebook? The timeline, the newsfeed, the general way the house is built. But what if Facebook–instead of debuting some new and aggravating new feature–started building actual architecture? The Joy of Tech has fashioned an infographic to suggest what the house might look like.

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Is Center City Over?

Editor’s Note: From this month’s Philadelphia magazine, a discussion about the future of Center City and a question: Does Center City even have a future? We’ve seen a significant fall-off in the number of openings in Center City this year, and even though we’ve had a couple of new openings announced since this piece was written, it’s nothing like in years past (as you can see in the above Taste Illustrated infographic). All of which makes us wonder what’s going on in Center City, and whether we’re now seeing the beginning of Philly’s outlying neighborhoods as the true drivers of cuisine.

Tracking the End of the Downtown Restaurant Boom

“So there’s Jane G’s on Chestnut.”

“Right.”

“IndeBlue. And that Pennsylvania 6 thing.”

“On 12th?”

“Yeah. And then … ”

“And then nothing.”

Top Liquor Purchasers for 2011

Here’s the 2011 liquor purchasers in Philadelphia for 2011. This factors out wine purchases from the state. All that tequila really runs up the bill at El Vez. Note, this isn’t what the bars sold the alcohol for, but rather how much they purchased it for from the PLCB.

Rank
Business
Total Spirits Money Spent
1Delilah's Den$356,962
2El Vez$356,410
3Woody's$319,682
4Whisper$282,421
5Continental Midtown$272,829

Want to play around with the full list of 200 top wine and spirits purchasers in Philadelphia for 2011? Check out our sortable chart of the Top 200 PLCB Licensees for Philadelphia in 2011.

Top 200 2011 Philadelphia LCB Licensees [f8b8z]

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