Category: Offbeat Infographics
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.
Boise, Idaho is its state’s pride and joy, offering up the best collection of restaurants, festivals, bars, parks, and museums of any city in the state. This also means that competition among Boise’s cultural offerings is steep, leaving us to ask the question: which restaurants, festivals, bars, parks, and museums are Boise’s best?
Many medicinal marijuana users aren’t aware that there are two very different strains of the cannabis plant. Here is a visual depiction from Vaped Canada of the major differences between the marijuana strains: Indica and Sativa.
Over a quarter of the world’s population currently uses social media, and with more and more people joining social media networks and a digital generation getting older, this infographic explores what happens after someone dies in their digital afterlife. It reveals various ways in which you can choose to deal with a deceased loved one’s social profiles, and also explores some ways you can pre-plan your digital afterlife.
Cork is used in many industries and across a wide range of products – from cork gaskets to keeping a bottle of wine air tight, with over 300,000 tons of cork being produced annually. Learn more about cork in this infographic from Stephens Gaskets Limited.
SelectQuote’s Killer Facts and Odds of Dying infographic reveals some shocking statistics about death that are sure to raise your eyebrows. As you can see, most of the ways that people are afraid to die are the least likely to happen – while the most frequent causes of death are often overlooked.
Warren Buffett quotes are bound to be splattered across nearly any finance or investing related website you could come across, and it makes sense why. Here is an infographic from InvestingTips360.com on words of wisdom from the billionaire.
Some believe that the next ‘giant leap for mankind’ will be the colonization of the Moon. This infographic from Buddy Loans is about how much money might be spent for people to live in the moon.