The quality of an infographic is always determined—in part—by the quality of the content that was used to create it. As such, the source of that content plays an essential role. Using low-quality, biased, or excessive sources will get you a graphic that is fractured, feels forced, or fails to tell a coherent story.
7-year-old Twitter seeking news chief with at least 15 years’ editorial experience ::so journalism before SM valued:: — read at http://www.newsplexer.com/2013/7-year-old-twitter-seeking-news-chief-with-at-least-15-years-editorial-experience-so-journalism-before-sm-valued/
Inside.com scoop is that news apps failed b/c social networks succeeded ::easier, funner:: — read at http://www.newsplexer.com/inside-com-scoop-is-that-news-apps-failed-bc-social-networks-succeeded-easier-funner/