As plastic packaging slowly starts to phase out of the global market, either due to government regulations at the local or international level or just public disinterest, more and more businesses are rediscovering the benefits of using paper bags, from your local coffee shop to international retail brands. This infographic provides basic knowledge of paper bags, including common types of paper bags, sizes, and functions.
A lot of people interested in archery are excited to grab a bow and start shooting, but feel confused by all the terms and equipment and measurements. Before diving in and heading to the archery range you should learn about the specific parts of a bow, the types of arrows, and calculating necessary draw weight.
Thermal paper is a special type of paper produced with a special coating that helps with inkless printing. This is a type of special paper that changes color when exposed to heat without the use of traditional ink. By applying heat to the coating, a clear image can be created on the paper without the need for ribbon ink. This infographic from Panda Paper Roll will introduce everything about thermal paper.
The Kenbak-1 is generally regarded as the world’s first personal computer. Only 50 were ever built, and they cost $750 in 197. It had just 256 bytes of RAM, and while there was no true microprocessor, its processing speed was the equivalent of 1 megahertz. In comparison, the recent HP Pavilion All-in-One has 16 gigabytes of RAM and 20 gigahertz of processing speed. PC specs have certainly come a long way in the past 50 years.
People have used passwords for authentication and security purposes for a long time and they have been inconvenient ever since. Fortunately, advances in security methods, particularly the emergence of biometrics technology, might replace the use of traditional passwords soon. Biometrics authentication refers to security processes that authenticate or verify an individual’s identity through unique biological traits such as fingerprint, facial characteristics, voices, and even retinas.
Social media has changed the world and how we communicate. It was and continues to be a crucial tool for uniting humanity during the Coronavirus pandemic. It is no wonder that many social media platforms gained many new users during a time when we had no choice to be apart. Semrush has analyzed various statistics to provide a fascinating snapshot of how social media is being used around the world today.
As self-employed individuals, gamers/streamers can write off certain expenses that are deemed necessary for their business. But since gaming is a very specific niche, figuring out the appropriate set of deductions can be a little tricky. However, as a streamer, you can claim a deduction for the home office on your income tax return. Additional details are included in the following infographic.
How many Disney theme parks are there around the world? Worldwide, there are 12 Disney theme parks across six different Disney resorts. Each of these resorts have distinct castles, rides, and attractions that make them unique. As of 2021, there are Disney owned resorts in Anaheim, Orlando, Hong Kong, Paris, Shanghai, and Tokyo.
In today’s telecom industry, the Internet of Things is helping telecoms expand their services and capabilities across a wide range of industries. It’s unleashing a strong combination of super-fast speed, higher bandwidth, reduced latency, and improved power efficiency which could drive billions of more connections in the coming years. In this infographic, discover how IoT solutions and services are taking root in the telecom business and what improvements they offer.
Data is the lifeblood of any B2B business and it can be achieved through a variety of marketing channels. Data driven marketing allows businesses to make informed decisions about their campaigns, customer acquisition, purchase journey and overall pricing. In this infographic, explore how data-driven marketing has evolved over time and what other benefits it provides to marketers.