The term freshman refers to a students in their first year of study. Generally, these are the years we tend to “find ourselves”. The infographic by Citizens Bank generically describes what an average college freshman is like. Painting a picture of the average freshman is certainly nothing short of a daunting task. This fall, roughly 2.1 million…Read More The Average College Freshman
Today world has moved towards a modern era and an era of science. So our needs have also been swiftly moved towards modern needs.But looking at the perspective of the care of babies does that mean we should provide branded and good quality soap,toys and other various baby-care products to a baby, Is that enough…Read More Baby Proofing Your Home
Inspired by the rich variety of influencer types our customers discover through Traackr and by the successful engagement strategies they have built in their influencer marketing programs, we looked for patterns and identified 10 key influencer archetypes. Among these influencer profiles are: the Authority, the influencer who is expert in connecting topic areas and…Read More The Many Faces of Influence
It’s 2013 but women around the world are still being stoned to death. There are 15 countries in which stoning is either practiced or authorized by law, even if it has never been practiced. In Iran, Mauritania, Nigeria, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen, stoning is a legal punishment.…Read More Stoning Women in Iran
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What does the local coverage of crime teach about the world around you? How do headlines compare to what the police are reporting to the public about crime in their city? To find out we took a look at the news coverage of crime for one week in four major US cities. We then compared…Read More Crime Headlines vs. Reality
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It’s hard to glance at a magazine cover in the grocery store without seeing a headline about so-and-so celebrity in rehab. You also hear references to alcohol or drugs in popular music, even if now you don’t even notice. Are these references really as prevalent as we think? Look at where substance references are popping…Read More Drug Use in Pop Culture
Every crime scene must pass under the watchful eyes of a host of professionals. Their duties rise from the police who arrive first to secure the area, to judges, who grant search warrants for further investigation. Then there are the forensic specialists, CSIs and Coroners, who dive deep into the gritty details, dusting for prints,…Read More Crime Scene Science: The Modern Methods for Solving Crimes
This is a complete overview of famous danish designer Arne Jacobsens furniture designs, designed as a timeline. Infographic Brought to you by Designerguide.dk AdvertisementRead More Arne Jacobsens Complete Furniture Designs Timeline
What do road signs and zodiac signs have in common? Find out with this road sign and horoscope infographic from NationWide. Provided by Nationwide Insurance AdvertisementRead More What’s Your Sign?
The information in our How to Choose Running Shoes infographic can help you make the right decision when choosing running shoes. we’ll lead you through the bigger details to consider when it’s time to buy. Did you know that your feet produce a half pint of sweat per day! [via] Source: REI.com AdvertisementRead More How To Choose Running Shoes
We often talk about the wealthiest person of the world or about the highest salaried employee, but to know about the highest paid leaders is also same important The InfoGraphic Design Team Has created this Infographic on the World’s Highest Paid Leaders which illustrate the facts in a beautiful and easy to understand manner. Created…Read More World’s Highest Paid Leaders
Pilots who guide airliners filled with passengers through the earth’s atmosphere know the importance of strict regulations to protect themselves and the lives entrusted to their care. Second only to air transportation, trucking is the most regulated industry in the United States. Truckers carry the undeserved reputation of being dangerous drivers. News media draw viewers…Read More Refuting Myths About The Nation’s Truck Drivers
What impacts will the Government Cuts to the welfare budget have on those who recevie the DLA. Most of the support provided by United Response is delivered via supported living – where people we support have their own tenancy, own their home or are living with family or friends. AdvertisementRead More How DLA Cuts Affect People with Learning Disabilities
The infographic on Warren Buffett, the legendary investor and Chairman & CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, provides facts and figures about his life and wealth, quotes and information about Berkshire Hathaway’s investment principles. AdvertisementRead More Warren Buffett
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When the recession hit in 2008, it sent the nation spiralling into financial chaos. With unemployment currently standing at 8.4% – the highest it’s been since 1995 – and inflation sky-rocketing everyday essentials, families are worried that the economy is driving them deeper into debt. Prices at the pumps are at an all-time high and…Read More How Recession is Affecting UK Families
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I am the left brain. I am a scientist. A mathematician. I love the familiar. I categorize. I am accurate. Linear. Analytical. Strategic. I am practical. Always in control. A master of words and language. Realistic. I calculate equations and play with numbers. I am order. I am logic. I know exactly who I am.”…Read More The Text for the Left Brain Reads
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Harvard Law School is one of the premier law schools in the entire world, and their strong stance on diversity and extracurricular activities is a major factor in their outstanding reputation. Below is a snapshot into what makes Harvard Law School so successful, from student body and faculty, to public service. AdvertisementRead More Harvard Law School — By The Numbers
Do you like your date to be dirty? Whether you do or not, Keeping It Kleen brings you an infographic exploring the hygiene, or lack thereof, of men and women. Source: http://www.keepingitkleen.com/ AdvertisementRead More How Dirty is Your Date?
We are just over two weeks into the New Year — how are you doing on your New Year’s Resolutions? Historically, 78% of people keep their resolutions for the first week, but there’s a significant drop off after that. Taking care of yourself physically and mentally is extremely important, especially to us at the University…Read More Self Care in the New Year: Keeping Our Resolutions
Apparently, we have neighbors whom we have never heard of. According to “The Social Neighbors” infographic, Turntable and Path are social media sites. We looked for them in Wikipedia’s “List of Social Networking Websites” but found neither. However, a further search showed that Path is headquartered in San Francisco (so it truly is our neighbor),…Read More The Social Neighbors
Anybody hear of “Tanning Mom”? Of course, Patricia Krentcil was little known in 2011 when this “Cosmetic Surgery in the U.S.” infograph was published. Of course, she was famous (or infamous) for being very peculiarly tanned and for bringing her six years old daughter to a tanning salon. Most of all, she was infamous for…Read More Cosmetic Surgery in the US
“I vant to drink your blood statistics.” Well, perhaps Bela Lugosi never did say that, but he might have if he had seen the “Blood Facts and Statistics” infographic. The infographic is specifically geared toward the urging of donating blood (something that we are certain would please every vampire). Perhaps because of the narrow theme,…Read More Blood Facts and Statistics
This sounds like a preteen or early teenager game, or questionnaire by Classmates. The latter asks questions (often about your school days) and about your travel experiences. They probably have thousands of questions asking the members about “Have you ever visited [anywhere and everywhere]” Even if you have visited many places, it may seem inadequate…Read More Have You Ever?