Monthly Archive:: November 2012
Those of us who live in the Seattle area know that it is quickly becoming a haven for tech companies. While Silicon Valley near San Francisco might have the market cornered and Silicon Alley in New York City might be the up-and-comer to most, Seattle has a serious case that they can make for having
This infographic provides a visual display of the smartphone operating system market. It shows how each smartphone company is competing to buy their share of the OS market.
Computers and modern technology have managed to eliminate many borders and make the world run faster, but they have also created a new kind of problem in the computer waste that is produced. This infographic examines the environmental impact of computing and suggests different ways in which a person can help reduce their computing-related consumption.
Will we see Africa’s rhinos become extinct in our lifetime? The continent’s rhinos are already endangered and now they are being killed at a rapidly increasing rate. The rhinos are not safe in South Africa’s parks despite drastic measures including deadly gun battles with poachers. Link
Love makes the world go round and love is definitely in the air on February 14. Romances can blossom or fizzle on Valentine’s Day. This infographic looks at the day devoted entirely to hearts, roses and all things lovey-dovey. Link
Let’s take a look at just how hard Santa works – how he can only afford to spend 0.0005 seconds in each house. Yes, Santa moves incredible fast around the house, much faster than you would imagine! Find out more.. Link
A study in the Netherlands showed that the farming of insects would be a far more eco-friendly means of food production than traditional livestock. We gathered up some of the interesting statistics and visualized! Link
From one home life and one work life to ONE LIFE. Technologies, tools and trends have shifted the way we live and work. Check this out. Link