Monthly Archive:: July 2012
With the pervasiveness of social media, location-based tools, and mobile communications, it can be a challenge to keep up. Here’s the latest on what’s hot and what’s not. Link
Pepper spray is commonly used by the police to disperse crowds, but realistically, how safe is pepper spray. This infographic takes a look at what kind of peppers pepper spray is made of, how it works, and how it can cause fatal or permanent eye damage to people. Link
The first super bowl was held on January 15, 1967 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Since then the super bowl has become the largest sporting event in the United States. In this graphic we take a look at the records and milestones of past years. Link
We created this infographic as part of the “Buy A Real Christmas Tree” campaign for www.sendmeachristmastree.co.uk. It shows the reasons why people should buy a real Christmas tree and not an artificial one. Link
This infographic gives statistics for beer consumption in Canada. It also provides information for Molson Coors company in Canada.
This infographic looks at the estimated energy demand for 2030 and how much surface area of the earth would be required to power the entire planet using off shore wind power. It is measured in kilometers and a color code chart shows what each area of surface means when it comes to energy and powering
Your dog becomes physically addicted to listening to you! Training stimulates pleasure center of dog’d brain. It boosts release of pleasure chemical—> Oxytocin.
This manual should show every employee how your company is breathing sales both online and offline and what kind of activities (KPI) you are expecting from your sales people on daily basis. Link
More and more people are shopping directly on their iPhones. Check out how this trend has grown in the past year and how it will likely continue to grow in the future Link