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Surprising UK Burglary Statistics

If you are interested in learning about burglaries in the United Kingdom then you should definitely check out this informative infographic from the guys at Absolute Locks. Learn about the amount of burglaries that are committed by at least 2 offenders, the amount of burglaries that are committed by men and lots more.

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Reasons Why We Should Go Paperless and How To

Going paperless is a trendy topic nowadays. The term “Paperless Office” was first introduced in 1975 in a Business Week article. Some research showed that huge savings can be made through going paperless. People do not need to be drowning in paper and worried about losing files anymore.

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20 Shocking Sexual Misconduct Scandals

In October 2017, Hollywood was shaken when multiple women accused the powerful film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct — including allegations of rape. The allegations against Mr. Weinstein and the film industry’s response triggered what some now call the “Weinstein effect.” Women, who felt empowered by the country’s changing attitudes towards sexual misconduct, formed the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.

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Public Safety: Threats, Solutions & Opinions

In the 21st century, we’re seeing an increased focus on public safety in terms of security. We have artificial intelligence (robot security guards), drones protecting us from above, and even home security apps on our smartphones. However, public safety still lies mostly in the hands of security guards because they are trained to act proactively in the face of danger.

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Memory Malfunction: Cryptomnesia and Plagiarism

What do Helen Keller, Sam Smith and MLK Jr. have in common? They have all been accused of plagiarism. But was it actually plagiarism or perhaps a little-known phenomenon called Cryptomnesia? Cryptomnesia is the phenomenon of a forgotten memory being mistaken by the brain for a new and original thought. This infographic takes a close look at this odd occurrence: what it is, why it happens and who it’s happened to.

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Borrowed Words: The Surprising Origin of Words Used in English

So many of the words we use regularly in English, actually originate from other languages around the world – whether from old Latin and Yiddish languages or from languages such as French, Italian and Spanish. Some common examples of these types of words and phrases include deja vu, al fresco and status quo.

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What Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory Would Cost Today

It’s hard not to love the magical world that Roald Dahl created in his iconic children’s book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Most of us have daydreamed about what it would have been like to win a golden ticket and go on a tour of Willy Wonka’s factory. But how much exactly would that world cost? How much would the Wonka company be worth? How much would the Oompa Loompas get paid?

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The Ultimate Guide to Selfie Safety

With selfies becoming increasingly popular with travelers, it was only a matter of time until selfie safety became a discussion point. Southern Cross Travel Insurance has put together the following infographic which is designed to be an ultimate guide to selfie safety.

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You Are What You Drink

Beer, Gin, Tequila…..What does your favorite drink say about your personality?  Four Loko recently surveyed 2,000 drinkers about their favorite alcoholic beverage and from that data created ten profiles that reveal what people have in common based on their alcoholic beverage of choice. 

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Rebels, Rulers, and Magicians, Oh My! A Guide to Character Archetypes

Although we may not realize it, all of us are intimately familiar with the characters below. Character archetypes are found in every storytelling culture on Earth. Carl Jung defined archetypes as ancient images and traits unconsciously shared by all humanity, commonly found in myths, stories and dreams.

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Monsters From British Mythology and Where to Find Them

Britain has a diverse culture of mythology and folklore and while some of us may be aware of the black dog type apparition, there is a wide variety of terrifying monsters passed down through the generations. This infographic from MyOffers looks at monsters from British mythology and shows us where to find them.

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Odds of Famous Couples Getting Divorced

Who is the next famous couple to get divorced? To answer this question, USA Online Casino took a survey of 1,000 Americans and asked them to name the three celebrity couples they thought were most likely to hit the rocks in 2018. Find out who will be get divorced in 2018 with this infographic.

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Social Gaming & Online Gambling – Two Hot Markets Converging

Social gaming really came to the forefront in the early 2010s. People were able to play with their friends on their game consoles via Xbox Live and everyone was receiving Facebook notifications from friends inviting them to play Candy Crush. With social gaming becoming so popular, it seemed almost inevitable that it would eventually find its way into online casinos as these are some of the most popular places to play online.

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7 Storytelling Structures to Improve Your Presentations

In his book “The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories,” Christopher Booker states that everything ever written boils down to seven basic plots. Using these story frames, you can share your life experiences to inspire your coworkers and bring your presentations to life. QuickQuid has put together the following video infographic / infographic detailing these 7 storytelling structures.

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