Freeze, Punk! Famous Crimes [infographic]

April 13, 2011 |  by  |  Crime  |  No Comments
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In many a philosophy class I have studied good and evil, and whether either can exist without the other. Without the existence of evil how would we know what is truly good? Would we even know good when we saw or experienced it? Regardless of your stand, I think we can agree that the people on this list are at the very least not good. Today’s infographic content ranges from victims, to unsolved mysteries, to serial killers.

The Zodiac Killer remains the unsolved mystery on the list. I do not know how factual this movie is, but if you want to see a movie about the Zodiac Killer you should check out Zodiac. For those of you who do not know, the Zodiac Killer was a serial killer in the late 1960s and early 70s in Northern California. The Zodiac Killer claims to have killed 37 people, but according to law enforcement there are only a confirmed 7 murders. To date the killer remains free, however according to him, if the police break the cryptic messages he sent them they will have him.

The people mentioned in the list include: Elizabeth Short aka “Black Dahlia”, William Heirens, the Zodiac Killer, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, John Couey, Ray and Faye Copeland, William Hale, Charles Chi-Tat Ng, Karla Homolka, Mary Bell, Ted Bundy, and David Berkowitz. If you find today’s infographic interesting, I encourage you to do more research on each of these people. Like us on Facebook! [via]

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Federal Tax Dollars Per State [infographic]

April 12, 2011 |  by  |  Politics  |  1 Comment
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With a recent budget crisis averted, we can keep our federal government open and functioning. Some people are happy that they get to keep going to work and getting paid, but the new budget cuts are sure to layoff quiet a few people. Let’s take a look at what states really depend on the federal government for funding and we can also see what states would have been fine without the feds. [Via]

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The Twitter Biotch! [infographic]

April 11, 2011 |  by  |  Internet  |  6 Comments
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Today’s infographic is about the different Twitter profiles, but you should like us on Facebook! Admittedly, I have never been very active on Twitter nor I have done much following of people. However as of late I have started to get into Twitter and it is a cool place. With profiles varying from nothing, but facts, to teens complaining about their parents. There is always something new to read on Twitter, and you never have to worry about it being too long, a plus in a society with an ever shortening attention span. Today’s infographic covers the profiles of the different types of Twitter users.

I’d like to think, that we at Daily Infographic fall in the “brand” category, but it seems as though we are social media whores and fall into the “smore” category. The infographic separates the different types of Twitter users into six simples categories consisting of newbie, brand, smore, b1tch, maven, and mensch. Which category do you think you fall in? Let us know in the comments section! [via]

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Profile of a Twitter User

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The MBA Phenomenon [infographic]

April 9, 2011 |  by  |  Education  |  1 Comment
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Like us on Facebook! I attend the University of Texas at Austin which has one of the best business schools in the nation, the Red McCombs School of Business. Today business school is considered prestigious, but like when all professions first appear it was not widely accepted. In fact Columbia did not have their MBA program until 1945. Today business school has come so far as to become an online course, thanks to the University of Boston. Whether you are interested in business or not give today’s infographic a look over.[Master Degree]

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History of the Business School

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WHAT!? HUH? How loud is too loud? [infographic]

April 8, 2011 |  by  |  Music  |  3 Comments
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I know for a fact that my hearing is not at one-hundred percent. I have been to way too many loud concerts without any ear protection. I simply believe it isn’t hip to have earplugs in at concerts – I think everyone feels this way. Maybe stuffing your eardrum at concerts will become a fad, otherwise I’ll stop being cool around 25 and start to plug it up.

There are some sounds that earplugs may not help: blue whales by chance. Blue whales are actually incredibly loud and are only quieter than some extreme natural disasters. Okay, I lied… Besides being softer than meteors, earthquakes and volcanos, blue whales are also pretty closed-mouthed when up against 2,000 pounds of TNT. Still, these whales are so loud I’ve been led to believe they can communicate between oceans, but don’t quote me on that.

I do think it’s funny that the loudest concerts in history were all by bands formed over 30 years ago. If someone tried to pull that in present day there would be a few thousand lawsuits for ear trouble arguing it is the band’s responsibility to provide ear protection for the crowd– and you already know who would win.

Today’s fascinating infographic was produced by our friends at SonicElectronix.com. Remember, if you ever acquire some speakers from Sonic Electronix, please, don’t ruin your ears! [Sonic Electronix]

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