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Jerry Siegel (1914-1996) and Joe Shuster (1914-1992), two Jewish teenagers, high school friends from Cleveland, came up with the idea…of a “villain” named “The Superman” in the mid 50s. This is how the story of the most famous superhero started and evolved into what we see today. With the upcoming “Man of Steel” coming up, see what the franchise meant and how Superman came to be in the following infographic by SuperScholar.com.
The growth of the Internet has caused email systems to grow increasingly complex with spam, phishing and forgery attacks plaguing users globally. Here’s an infographic by Message Exchange explaining how DKIM works in simple terms, easy enough to be understood by Grandma.
If your car was a celebrity, who could it be? Take a look at the following infographic from MoneySupermarket about this theme and try to find your car among our selection.
The UK is known for it’s love of pets, but sometimes our furry friends can seriously damage our homes. Chewed and scratched furniture can cost hundreds to replace, so home insurance is a must for pet owners. This infographic from MoneySupermarket also has some simple suggestions to limit the damage your animals can do to household items.
Stag and hen parties (also known as bachelor and bachelorette parties) have changed dramatically over the years – from the Spartans and Henry VIII to Vegas and party weekends. Eclipse Leisure provides us a fun look at how they started and the ways in which they have evolved throughout history.
The following infographic by The Snugg provides descriptions and demographics of mobile phone usage amongst college age individuals. Learn the types of activities that phones are used for as well as the total amount of time spent using phones and the most popular apps, phone brand, and network providers.
Some crazy taco sales happened in 2012 – Americans ate 4.5 billion tacos just last year alone (I ate quite a few myself). The infographic by Forkling goes over the history of tacos starting in the year 1520, all the way up to present day. So, grab yourself a taco, or two and enjoy!
Some of the most anticipated films of any year aren’t movie sequels but their prequels, like this year’s Monsters University. After all, haven’t you wondered why Monstropolis residents are scared of children or how our favorite monsters got to be scarers? Just like sequels, some of these movies can be a satisfying two-hour ride that answers all our questions while some are a waste of those two hours.c
Is your dad the coolest man walking like Mad Men’s Don Draper or is he the ultimate family comedian like The Cosby Show’s Cliff Huxtable? Take the quiz,created by Blip, to find out which TV dad is most like your own!
Driverless cars have often been talked about as the future of motoring, but it seems that they are now far closer to becoming reality than is generally realized. MoneySupermarket has created an infographic giving a bit of background about the market and discussing who is currently leading the race to dominate this industry which promises to revolutionise the motoring landscape.
The IRS has a known history of scandalous behavior. With Nixon, Johnson, Hoover, Kennedy, and the FBI using the IRS to intimidate their enemies, it’s no surprise that people have their eye on the IRS. Now under President Obama, they’re at it again, which begs the question: bureaucratic blunder or political profiling? The following infographic from TopAccountingDegrees.org explores this issue.