Monthly Archive:: August 2012
As you may know, social media is changing the face of modern marketing. CMOs or chief marketing officers are starting to invest in social media platforms in order to promote products and services. Yet not every social media Website can offer what CMOs are looking for. Here is a guide to the top social media
Think taxes are bad now? In 2009, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Americans forked over an average of 9.2% of their income to Uncle Sam in the form of federal, state and local taxes. In 1945, Americans paid anywhere from an average of 24% (for those in the lowest tax bracket) to a
This infographic looks deeper into the Glenn Beck Goldline scheme. Read on for more information on this controversial scheme.
No matter how hard we try to escape it, death is the one thing everyone has in common. It will all get us one day and as much as people don’t want to talk about it, it is a daily occurrence. This infographic offers fifteen facts about death – from the morbid to morbidly funny.
The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has warned there is no water left in the spent fuel pool of reactor No. 4 at the plant, resulting in “extremely high” radiation levels. High-pressure water cannons will now be used to try and spray water into the reactors. Link
Infographic posters detailing the state of the American Auto Industry and a case study of the General Motors Company. Independently researched and analyzed. Interactive GM module was created with Processing. Link
This infographic explores whether Florida teacher, Jerry Buell, should have been fired for making anti-gay remarks on Facebook. Using statistics from street polls this infographic explores whether it was just that Jerry Buell what fired. Link
Desktop wallpapers are a great way to show one’s personality, whether it’s at home or at work. A clean, organized workspace includes a clean and in some cases, inspiring wallpaper. I’m also a big fan of typography. Almost any font used the right way can become a work of art. Link
A shameless piece of self promotion for Christmas is always good. We call it a Christmas card. This year, I wanted to create something that would engage the reader in a in old fashioned way – reading! No bells, no whistles just a simple graphic to display just how great it is being in Oz