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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Infographic’

Beer: How to Drink for Maximum Enjoyment

This infographic from Frugal Dad tells you the best way to enjoy your favorite beverage. The number one rule: Don’t drink it cold; drink it coldish. Certain aromatics do not disperse at really cold temperatures, leaving certain flavors untasted below 40 degrees. As a general rule, the darker the beer, the warmer you want it to be. Great beer deserves …

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Facebook & TV Tie for Most Popular Place to Get News

The following infographic from Schools.com details how social media is replacing traditional journalism as a news source. These days half of the public gets its breaking news from social media rather than official news sources. Slightly less than half (46%) get their news online about three times a week. This year online news brought in more revenue than print newspapers. …

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Infographic Indicates Workers Waste Time Because They Think Their Jobs Suck

The following infographic was created to celebrate the launch of Tempo 7 and details how time is wasted in the workplace and who the guilty culprits are. Many employees claim that they are efficient employees that keep their nose to the grindstone but research indicates that the majority (64%) of workers are unproductive for at least one hour per day …

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Finally, An Easy to Use Zombie Survival Guide

Everyone knows about the Zombie Survival Guide, the how to manual by zombie expert Max Brooks. The man has released three books on the topic of zombie survival and history. But you may say “I am way too lazy to read books. Wouldn’t it be great if we could have all that information in one easy to access spot. I …

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How To Die in a Horror Movie [Infographic]

Courtesy of The Cabin in the Woods comes this morbid infographic about how to die in a horror flick. Much like the movie, this infographic profiles the archetypal characters of your typical horror movie. You’ve got the virgin, the scholar, the whore, the fool, and the athlete. Being impaled or devoured seems to be the preferred method for dying, although …

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Infographic Divides Users of the Internet Like High School Cliques

The following infographic from Flowtown categorizes users of the internet into seven different personas. The graphic warns its viewers to avoid engaging politicos and lurkers but the two have different agendas. The politico is obsessed with reposting headlines and copy and pasting political speeches while the lurker enjoys monitoring the Facebook posts and Skype chats of others. Lurkers eventually get …

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Nuking The Fridge: Could Indiana Jones Really Survive The Absurdity? [Infographic]

If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve seen the fourth installment of the Indiana Jones saga, “The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”. If this is the case, you’re probably quite familiar with Indy narrowly escaping an atomic bomb by hiding in a vintage refrigerator… and how absurd that whole sequence was. You would think people could just laugh off the …

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Infographic Can Help You Figure Out Where and When You Lost Your Phone

Backgroundcheck.com created this infographic and used research by Lookout Mobile Security. The following infographic points out where and when people are most likely to have lost their phones. Nomophobia is the fear of being out of mobile phone contact and if you have it, I highly advise that you review the following infographic so that you do not have a …

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Grammatical Breakdown of Steven Seagal Movie Titles

What do you expect from a Steven Seagal movie? …aside from bad acting. I am talking about the typical archetype that defines a Steven Seagal action flick. The first thing you think of is the title. Most are two or three words. Most of them will complete this sentence “Steven Seagal is…” If you break that down further, you have …

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Technology In Traveling: From Trains To Tweets [Infographic]

We all love traveling. There’s something about getting out and seeing the world that reinvigorates us. While traveling is a great stress reliever, setting up a holiday can be a pain. While there has been countless innovations in transportation, there has been an equal amount of innovation in how we plan our travels. Today’s infograpic from Teletext Holidays goes over …

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Gaming Is A Positive Element in Life [Infographic]

Playing video games for an extended period of time, or, well playing them at all, will rot your brain. At least, that’s what we’ve been led to believe. Actually, those fighting against gaming see something a lot worse than simple brain rot. To that particular establishment, video games are responsible for just about every social ill you can think of, …

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A Handy CISPA Infographic Clarifies The Issues

Does the fact that companies like Facebook, Microsoft, IBM, and Intel mean that CISPA is the friendly, less intrusive version of SOPA or are these companies supporting the bill for reasons not related to intellectual property? Actually, in regards to many of the companies supporting CISPA, are doing so not for the IP protection; instead, a company like Facebook is …

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