Today the Internet has over 2,7 billion users and 634 million websites – a far cry from when it all began. We all know the Internet is huge and we know that it is continuously growing. This infogrpahic gives you a taste of that growth.
Your favorite film and series characters may have distinctive hair or facial features to tell them apart, but part of their personality, that we so love, is the thirst quenchers they choose to drink. PopChartLab has created this…chart, that puts together some of the most memorable characters and pairs them with their drink/cocktail of choice. […]
What if we told you that the cash reserves of the world’s five largest tech companies hovered in the region of $333 billion. And that’s not what they’re worth, mind you. That’s just what they have lying around, for the sake of spending. The number’s so large, it’s genuinely difficult to comprehend. Which is why it’s helpful to visualise all that cash lying in a pile.
WhoIsHostingThis.com has come up with an intriguing infographic called “Four Psychopathic Traits Of A Social Media User.” Click through to see what social media is doing to us.
Right, so you’ve heard a lot about the new aesthetic of Apple’s forthcoming iOS, and you’ve seen a few shots on the net, but how will the new look stack up compared to what you currently have on your phone? If you don’t have developer access to the latest iteration of iOS, then check this out for a glimpse into your phone’s future look.
Look, it’s already past lunch time, and you’re wondering where the heck your day went. Well, wonder no more. From socializing with your desk buddy, to secretly chatting on Facebook, this chart shows you just what you and most nine-to-fivers spend their time on.
If you have ever tried to understand the Harlem Shake or Grumpy Cat, this might clear things up for you.
Click through to see the amazing cheat sheet infographic that can tell you everything that’s in the coffee you are ordering.
Going for a job interview is fraught with peril. If you haven’t checked your game in a while, you’re almost definitely making mistakes that could stop you from earning that cash money. Check out this rad infographic below, and get the heck up to speed with what people expect from you in an interview.
Don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there have been machines popping up in jobs that us humans once did. A reported 1,1 million robots are amoung us in the working world. In 2011 the robot industry made a hefty R77 128 000 000,00 in sales on the estimated 160 000 robot units they sold. So, what […]
Being late for work is sort of a pre-requisite to any job. It is guaranteed that one day, somewhere along the line you will be late for work, some more often than others. This is your go-to guide. Keep it safe and use it wisely.
Fruit juice is the healthy option, right? Of course it is. Or is it? This infographic goes so far as to call fruit juice the “evil twin” of fizzy soft drinks. Check out how fruit juice could be wreaking havoc on your health.
This is probably the best thing an uneducated wine drinker could ask for. You know that moment when your waiter asks you what wine you’d like to drink with your food, and you panic, and end up going with old faithful? Well this little infographic could save you from tragic pairings in the future.
It took Rupert Murdoch 40 years to get to $1 billion, Mark Zuckerberg did it in three – awkward. And Zuckerberg’s net worth is $2,1 billion more than Murdoch. The fight between old media and new media is waging. Clearly the new media kids are faster, stronger and better. Either way they are all still super wealthy.
Matt K. Lewis is a respected American journalist, who has been cited or quoted by several major outlets, including New York Magazine, The Washington Post, and The New York Times.
While most people are familiar with internet memes, explaining to someone else what exactly they are (and how they work) can be tricky.
Everyone is always harping on about saving the environment and living sustainable lives, yet it often seems that doing so would be more expensive than the typical lifestyle. A recent inforgraphic, compiled by paydayloan, suggests the complete opposite.
For a little over a month now, K-Pop sensation Psy’s Gangnam Style has been carving its way to the top of charts and recently dethroned Carly Rae Jepson and Justin Beiber on the YouTube 100 Chart. How? As the most viewed current video, when it broke 100 000 000 views. However, there’s more to the song, and its origins, than the chubby Korean doing his crazy horse dance.
Online shopping has made life a lot more pleasant. There are no queues, no creepy shop assistants awkwardly approaching you to offer their assistance, and you can sit on your ass in your underwear on a Sunday morning with a cup of coffee. Lab42 recently compiled a survey of 500 online shoppers, to try and discovery the trends that are driving us away from brick and mortar shops. The result is a pretty sweet infographic.
A lot has happened over the past ten years – America invaded Afghanistan, the world survived numerous natural disasters including the Thai tsunami and hurricane Katrina, the online social network was born, Obama became the first black president of the USA, Twilight. So, what has the internet been up to in all that time? Check it out in this awesome, gif-laden infographic.
Richard Branson is the most prolific, if not the best entrepreneur in the world. Having grown his company from nothing, he is now the man behind commercial space travel – quite literally proving that the sky is not the limit. Forbes paid homage to the man with an infographic on what the world would be like without him.
Cluttered with memes, celeb scandals and regrettable pics on social networks it’s easy to get caught up in the daily flood of online activity, missing all those “important” posts. Thankfully, all of 2011’s most important online events have been captured in one amazing artwork.
Google has joined Wikipedia, BoingBoing and a number of other popular websites in the SOPA protest – not just by ‘blacking out’ their logo, which is cute but largely ineffective, but by putting together a comprehensive and informative infographic on the SOPA bill and piracy, along with access lines for voters to contact members of Congress through.
See those tiny blocks? Each one of those is $100 million. Absolutely no spice. And that is what the United States’ debt will look like in $100 bills by Christmas this year. Click through to see the depressing, and amazing progression of how many $100 bills it takes to make a $15 trillion pile of […]
In honour of Father’s Day yesterday, this nifty flowchart got put together acknowledging the influences that fathers have on our taste in music. The infographic handily predicts the kinds of music you’re liable to listen to based on what your dad was playing when you were growing up.