Interval Training [infographic]

February 21, 2013 |  by  |  Health  |  No Comments
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Interval training, I love to hate it. There is no better way to see results than using this method. You’ll scorch fat in less the time, and it’ll leave you gasping for air and looking great! Interval training is a type of exercise that involves high- to – low intensity workouts. While interval training is a fantastic way to burn fat and see results, its also a way for runners to build speed.

Still confused about this promising workout? Today’s infographic provides you with all the answers and even gives some interval workouts created by professionals. However, readers be warned: listen to your body when doing interval training, it is very easy to overwork your body and get hurt . Its okay to push yourself, but if your body cant go on, then its time to stop. Have a happy workout! [via]

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Ink Cost’s More Than Human [Infographic]

February 20, 2013 |  by  |  Mind-Blowing  |  No Comments
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On the one hand, this could be a simple and honest representation of market value, based on supply and demand. It is easier to manufacture blood than ink, after all; babies are really easy to make. However, we do not use humans primarily as a resource for blood, so although blood is technically easier to make than ink, it is much more difficult to harvest (When’s the last time YOU gave blood?).
This brings us to the other hand, which is that printer companies don’t make their printers specific to their ink cartridges by accident. And you know those deals where your new laptop comes with a free printer? That’s not crazy, that’s an investment that the printer company is making in you, in anticipation of all the lovely green you’ll drop on their precious, proprietary black.

The future is, of course, digital, and as more and more people have smartphones and tablets and start adopting cloud storage services such as Google Drive and Dropbox there will be less and less need to have a “hard copy” of something. Universities (UT for one) are already using services like Blackboard, and, depending on the professor, a lot of assignments are being turned in online, and never going through the print stage at all. So people won’t always need ink, but people will always need blood.

Well, maybe not always.

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infographic relative costs of liquids

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Blueberries: A Handful of Health [infographic]

February 19, 2013 |  by  |  Food, Health  |  No Comments
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What could be better than a handful of health? A handful of sweet, juicy health. Blueberries
have become a popular little snack for Americans, with good reason. These tasty little berries are packed with fiber, vitamin C and a whole host of health benefits.

Add a little health to your diet with a tasty treat. Blueberries may play a role in cardiovascular health, brain health and aid in cancer risk reduction. Grab a handful of blueberries and indulge without the regret. Good things really do come in small, sweet, healthy packages! [Via]

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Sitting Pretty [Infographic]

February 18, 2013 |  by  |  Health, Lifestyle  |  No Comments
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If you’ve ever had an office job or worked at a desk for an extended period of time you’re probably already aware of the importance of a good desk chair. The quality of the chair you sit on for most of the day can directly influence your enjoyment and level of comfort on the job, but even once you have the right chair there are certain (seemingly small) ways of sitting which can affect your comfort and health.

Today’s infographic comes from The Huffington Post and gives a few different tips for sitting at your desk that may improve the quality of your job. Propping the monitor up so that it’s eye-level, for instance, reduces strain in the neck muscles that would normally be caused from continually needing to look up and down at a monitor that isn’t eye-level.

For more tips on sitting more comfortably at your desk refer to the infographic below. [Via]

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Behind the Facebook Like Button [infographic]

February 16, 2013 |  by  |  Internet, Social Media  |  No Comments
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Ever since Facebook installed the ‘like’ feature, seeming like you care about what your friends say and think has never been so easy. Just kidding. The Like button was an ingenious idea to quickly and easily get people involved with interesting posts and organizations.

You can attest to this: Like us on Facebook here! Wasn’t that easy? Now you’ll end up with magnificent infographics floating in your news stream every-now-and-then.

Moving away from our self-promotion: Facebook has actually created and entire new way of marketing to the masses. The only problem is, unlike google, Facebook doesn’t get to keep the money from it. Facebook pages are free to create. Even though promoting your company’s Facebook post to a ton of people can get pricy, a free status update is always an option.

As Facebook struggles with profitability issues, the user base only continues to grow. One in Five websites have a ‘like’ button embedded in their site. We are no exception – we have up to 6 different like buttons on a page at once. Facebook is here to stay, only time will tell how big of an influence it will have on the internet.

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