Some of us have relatives or distant friends that love to send out yearly newsletters about their family's activities, but if what if you could take that same information and make it visually arresting and informative? That's what data visualist — and Facebook designer — Nicholas Felton does every year with the Feltron Report. Felton takes the patterns of his daily life and condenses them into a collection of infographics that aim to "visualize how his personality varies based on location and company." The latest version, which covers both 2010 and 2011, is part of a series that dates back to 2005, and if you want to examine them in their full glory, Felton even sells print editions. It's a creative — and beautiful — look at a life told in visual data.