The 2.0 phenomenon has spawned the ability to create visual representations of data, which can be really powerful. Of course creating visuals was always possible but it has got easier and "infographics" are here to stay. Here is an example of one from UMPF about the use of social media by people in the UK, based on a survey of 2387 UK adults.See original posting for details.
It was also featured and commented upon on the Cool Infographics blog. It's the infographic that you should look at.