Category: Offbeat Infographics
A world without cars would certainly change the way we get from one place to another, but how exactly would it change things in regards to cycling? Take a look in this infographic from Pound Place to see what might happen if everyone swapped cars for bicycles.
A bluff in Poker might scare your opponent into thinking your hand of cards is stronger than it really is and might persuade them to fold against you. But bluffing happens outside the Poker world, with estate agents and young men the most likely to bluff their way through social situations.
There has been controversy about the smoking of marijuana in the US for decades. American support for legalizing marijuana has changed a great deal, according to the statistics in the graphic below, put together by Federalcharges.com.
Your information is everywhere and criminals, such as hackers, who’ve stolen as many as 1.2 billion passwords in one crime spree, know how to get to it. This Identity Theft 101 infographic from IdentityForce discusses the different types of identity theft, explains exactly how identity theft occurs, and what you can do to prevent it.
Is bar soap harsh on your skin? Is body wash more economical? In this infographic, Dr. Squatch Soap Co. debunks five common myths about soap.
The following infographic by Ninja Essays will show you what the preferred writing tools of famous writers are. It seems that they like to stick to the basics, so maybe we should all take their example.
World records are normally associated with feats of achievement that require hours of dedicated training. However, Chair Office has cherry picked 12 world records that won’t require much time to attempt, and can also be seen as a great team building exercise for businesses.
We have seen social media platforms act as channels for virtual grassroots campaigns, where the voices of millions coalesce into a single actionable goal. ISIS has taken this use of these platforms a step further by mastering the art of taking the voices of few and making them sound like the voices of millions. It is important that social media users understand the real-world impact this type of propaganda can have, because unfortunately social media is not always used for good.
Avoiding bears isn’t always easy to do, but you can educate yourself on some black bear safety tips that might make the meeting a little less problematic. This infographic by The House.com is a good start.
Are you superstitious? Or the most important question is how superstitious are you? Bingo Find has unearthed seven of the weirdest ones from around the world and have put them together in this infographic.
The folks at Brilliance have put together a comedic celebrity infographic titled “Celebrity Engagement Rings – When They Get Ripped Off Just Like We Do”. The infographic goes through how much celebrities spent and could have saved if they shopped around a little better.
Crocodile, buffalo, cow, goat – we know they are common sources of leather. But did you know that stingray and eelskin also make for good leather? Leather is used in many trades like fashion, furnishing, and even sports equipment production. Everyday items like bags, clothes, shoes, belts, and even your couch at home are best when made of leather because it’s always durable and aesthetically valued.
We all love a new invention. It’s what makes the world go round. But for every single good invention, there are 1000′s of inventions that are just plain bizarre. MySofaBeds decided to research 10 of the most bizarre inventions for your home that didn’t quite make the cut commercially.
This infographic put together by Full Tilt Poker is the guide for poker players who need lessons from the great tacticians. It is a historical guide to poker strategies.