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Information proliferates and it has never germinated more rapidly than it has in recent years; months; days; no, make that minutes. With 1.1 billion internet users staying up late to generate data at alarming rates, just keeping track of vital information (not to mention the 40+ billion pictures on Facebook) can be a daunting experience. Here to help is Gareth Cook, the editor of The American Infographics 2013, an anthology designed to melt the brain freeze caused by trying to keep up with too much. The informative graphics register things we need to know about politics, the environment, health, social issues, arts and culture, and sports. A promising new addition to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's Best American series; a trade paperback original.