• 24 Facts You Didn’t Know About Beer

    24 Facts You Didn’t Know About Beer

    Think you know everything about beer? Well Aall In Limo & Party Bus compiled a list of the most interesting and quirky facts less known about beer so you can discuss them with your drinking buddies on your next night out enjoying a good cold beer.

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  • The Rise of the Internet of Things

    The Rise of the Internet of Things

    How many “things,” including your body, can you communicate with through a device? And will a smartwatch become more like a wearable woven into your garments, contact lenses or implanted into your body? Whatever the eventual device, it is manufacturers that play a lead role in translating technologies into new products for tomorrow.

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  • Where Are All the Female Bands?

    Where Are All the Female Bands?

    Beyoncé was the first female to headline at Glastonbury 2011. The talented musician who is a self confessed feminist released a female empowering song that same year called ‘Girls who run the world’. The bold notion of her lyrics can be argued with this infographic which shows the huge gap between male and female artists featured at music Festivals in the UK.

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  • How To Take A Better Selfie

    How To Take A Better Selfie

    Selfies have been around since the beginning of cameras with the very first selfie taken in 1839. The practice has steadily gained traction over the last 175 years, peaking in 2013 when the term was ceremoniously added to the Oxford English Dictionary as the Word of the Year. Learn more about taking the best possible selfies from this infographic.

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  • Cities with the Best Wi-Fi Coverage

    Cities with the Best Wi-Fi Coverage

    More and more municipalities are creating large-scale Wi-Fi networks for free in towns and cities across the US, offering users an unprecedented level of connectivity. Here ForRent.com takes a look at some of the fastest, slowest, most expensive and downright free Internet connections you’ll find in the US.

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Toronto: Flying Flags for Many Nations

Toronto: Flying Flags for Many Nations

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Toronto is famous for its diverse range of cultural communities. From Chinatown to Greektown and Little Italy, there is no shortage of culturally rich neighborhoods to visit if you want to do a little exploring. Each neighborhood has something unique to offer and with so many neighborhoods in Toronto it can be hard to know exactly where to go to really immerse yourself in the community culture.

The Worlds Most Dangerous and Unusual Careers

The Worlds Most Dangerous and Unusual Careers

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Would you dare to plunge hundreds of feet into the bitter cold ocean, toy with man’s wildest predators or soar high into the air from a canon, all in the name of work? There are some people who do. Croftons have searched far and wide, to find the most unusual and dangerous careers from around the globe and the perils that these workers face every day.

10 People You Meet at Musical Festivals

10 People You Meet at Musical Festivals

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This infographic created by Confetti Avenue is a visual guide to the top ten types of people you are bound to bump into at music festivals in Australia. Which one are you?

Why Owning a Home Is Better Than Renting

Why Owning a Home Is Better Than Renting

August 29, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Check out these reasons which will help you to decide your preference in owning or renting a house, put together in an infographic by Pashmina Developers.

6 Simple Ways To Increase Breast Milk Supply

6 Simple Ways To Increase Breast Milk Supply

August 29, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

If you think you’re falling short on breast milk supply, don’t worry- it’s not a serious issue. All it needs is the right approach, and very soon, you’ll be having enough supply of milk for your baby’s growth and development. Here Mom Junction has listed down some simple tips that will help increase breast milk naturally.

Crazy About Cupcakes

Crazy About Cupcakes

August 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Cupcakes have come a long way since they were first introduced to the world over 200 years ago. In fact the first ever recipe for cupcakes appeared in 1796. Today the cupcake industry is worth a staggering $200 – $250 Million in the United States alone. In the following infographic, Bite Bar looks at the exciting world of cupcakes.

More Australian Men Turning to Brotox

More Australian Men Turning to Brotox

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The Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that 10 per cent of cosmetic procedures are performed on men! After years of working in the Australian sun, men are now looking for ways to rejuvenate their weathered faces. Brotox is the latest solution ! Many men believe that Brotox allows them to have more fun and that it makes them feel more confident in their sex lives.

A Guide to Packing for University

A Guide to Packing for University

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The results are in – you can finally choose which university you’ll be heading to in September, you can relax and let the daydreams of all the fun yet to be had begin. That is, until you start to think about packing. This infographic is a guide to packing for university and features tips on what things first timers should pack into their suitcase.

24 Facts You Didn’t Know About Beer

24 Facts You Didn’t Know About Beer

August 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Think you know everything about beer? Well Aall In Limo & Party Bus compiled a list of the most interesting and quirky facts less known about beer so you can discuss them with your drinking buddies on your next night out enjoying a good cold beer.

How Co-Sleeping Can Help

How Co-Sleeping Can Help

August 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

There’s a long discussion on the negative effects and risks of co sleeping. This often results to people forgetting how co sleeping can help a family, especially the mom and the baby. Here is an infographic from AfterSchool.ae on how co sleeping can help.

The Great European Road Trip

The Great European Road Trip

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Driving in Europe isn’t that different to driving in the UK, once you get used to driving on the opposite side of the road! ATS Euromaster guides you through some of the Great European Drives you should embark on.

What University Can and Can’t Teach You

What University Can and Can’t Teach You

August 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Is it worth going to university? Yes and no. You might come out with a hefty amount of debt, but you’ll learn some skills and make yourself appealing to employers. But it’s not for everyone. In this infographic, The Training Room looks at what Universities can and can’t teach you.

Asset Tracking For Churches

Asset Tracking For Churches

August 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

In this infographic, the folks at Asset Panda take a look at asset tracking for churches and non-profit organizations. It examines the costs of running a church, average budget allocations, and what asset tracking can do for a church including the overall benefits or asset tracking.

Tech and Text Habits of Today’s College Students

Tech and Text Habits of Today’s College Students

August 27, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

With the rise of distance-learning and with changes to textbook formats (rentals, eBooks, and customized packages) and greater interactivity in the form of cheaper more-powerful more-portable computing all happening right now, the folks at CampusBooks.com wanted to examine the relationships between college students and technology. Here’s what they found.