3 Canadian Cities Among World’s Most Livable in 2022

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has released its annual assessment of the world’s most livable cities, and Canada was the standout winner, with three of its cities making the top 10 list.

How Long Can I Keep Certain Foods in the Fridge or Freezer?

With prices steadily rising, many are seeking tips to reduce everyday expenses. For example, how can one make groceries last longer, or how long you can freeze food, or even how long you can keep leftovers in the fridge.

The Future of Google Analytics 4

Google recently announced that the current version of Google Analytics will stop processing data in the second half of 2023, with the user interface shutting down in 2024. Users will have to move over to Google Analytics 4.

Inflation’s Impact on Gas and Car Insurance

We’ve all seen a dramatic rise of the price of gas at the pump. What steps are drivers doing to try to deal with the additional costs of inflation on gas and car insurance?

How to Overcome Unlimited Screen Time

We all know that unlimited screen time isn’t a good idea, but why do we do it anyway? Reclaim your brain: learn more about the dangers of unlimited screen time and how it’s become even more prevalent in children during the pandemic.

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The Twelve Steps of Recovery

This infographic provides you a quick overview of the purpose behind each step in a twelve step recovery program and the goal of working the steps. The 12 Steps have become the corner stone of recovery for the majority of those who are able to maintain sobriety over the span of years.

Interxion Cloud Survey 2011

Cloud is a hot topic for many of today’s business and technology leaders. But for all the hype, how many companies are actually using cloud computing technology, or have definite plans to do so in the near future? Interxion conducted a Europe-wide survey of current and intended cloud usage and attitudes towards cloud computing that explores all these questions and has compiled the results in this infographic.

Predicting Panda: What Is Google Panda & How Does It Work?

The term “Panda” in relation to Google is a search algorithm update released by Google on April 11, 2011 designed to filter search engine results so that only high-quality results reach the top positions. The changes to the algorithm are based on surveys taken to determine desirable and undesirable page characteristics and continues to be updated frequently, meaning that end-user quality needs to be maintained.

Listener Driven Radio (LDR) Presents 2011 Year In Review

As we kick off 2012, a new innovator in the media industry, Listener Driven Radio (LDR), shares some highlights from 2011. LDR is reinventing radio by giving listeners control of their favorite radio stations through the web. Listeners to stations using the LDR platform can vote and control which songs play in real time, sign up for alerts when their favorite songs play, and share their favorite songs on Facebook.

The High Cost of Smoking

This infographic published provides some eye-opening facts on the high cost of smoking and the ill effects on one’s health.

Where are People Moving?

This new infographic from U-Pack Moving explores the moving rates and likelihood in the US. Find out where people from your state tend to move, and which states have the largest population overall.

Android vs. iOS: How Secure Are They?

Android and iOS devices have become increasingly popular over the last few years, but have you ever wondered how secure they are? And is one more secure than the other? This new infographic by Veracode explains just what you can and can’t do with your Android or iOS device, and how secure your information really is.

Smoking Facts and Statistics

This infographic from Health Watch Center depicts some astounding facts and statistics on smoking. Stats reflect smoking by both adult and teenagers and also includes data on deaths caused by tobacco usage.

Reddit’s Guide to Fitness

The Fitness Reddit – commonly known as Fittit – is a vibrant community of individuals sharing their knowledge, tips and questions related to achieving fitness goals. This iconographic combines some of that info into a lengthy but very interesting format.

A Guide to Child Tax Benefits

The Child Tax Credit was extended until 2012 and you may be able to reduce your federal income tax by up to $1,000 for each qualifying child. Check out this Child Tax Benefit Infographic to see if you qualify for this and other tax deductions and credits.