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Monthly Archive:: October 2013

A Visual Guide to the Financial Crisis: Part 1

The Financial crisis and meltdown of our banking system is complex, convoluted, and seems (according to politicians) to be everyone else’s fault. Is there anything that we clearly do know about this catastrophic collapse? Link

How Much Do We Spend On Mother’s Day?

Mother’s Day is upon us and with everyone watching their spending, it’s a safe bet most folks are looking to get the biggest bang for their buck when it comes to gift buying. And this includes Mother’s Day. Link

Fun Facts About Portent

The Portent Tumblr is a place where we share our inspiration and work. But honestly, we’re mostly going to be geeking out about PPC, SEO, social media and all things technology – a lot. Link

Musical Idioms

English and music evolve constantly and have a tendency to affect each other. A surprising number of idioms have come from music. Link

The Future of Solar

Clean energy has long been at the forefront of economical and environmental discussions across the globe. Technology giant GE positioned itself as a potential leader in the field (solar energy, in particular) with an announcement earlier this month introducing its latest product: the most efficient thin film solar panel created to date. To mass produce

Abraham Daniel – Where Entrepreneurship meets Technology

This info graphic is about the War against Web Designers & Web Developers. You’ve probably encountered these two endangered species in the wild before. The developer who “has no eye for color”, “does not understand typography”, and “absolutely cannot design”. Or the designer who “sucked at math even in primary school”, is a “left-brained person”,

Indian Internet History – A Look back 1998-2010

Internet use in India has been steadily growing and the numbers are now too big to ignore. From a mere 25,000 internet users in 1998 to a whooping 100 million users in 2010, the internet is a viable form of communication in India. This infographic looks more closely at the numbers behind this steadily growing,