Office supply and organization shop MochiThings sells these unique sticky notes which have grid patterns printed on them. They’re ideal for doodling technical drawings, graphs, floorplans, and wireframes. They come in eight different patterns, and are sold individually, or in two collections of four note pads.
The electronic squeals of dial-up modems were truly unpleasant, but also brought us our earliest internet memories. If you’ve ever wondered what those sounds might look like on a graph, you’re in luck. Scotty H generated a spectrogram that shows the frequencies being generated during a moden’s handshake phase.
Abacaba used a combination of line graphs and sounds to represent the history of YouTube’s most popular viral videos from Charlie Bit my Finger to Gangnam Style to Despacito. Frankly, we’re not sure the sounds added much value, but the moving chart was fascinating.