The Size of the Mobile Market [infographic]

November 22, 2010 |  by  |  Business  |  4 Comments
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Happy Monday everyone! Anybody know what holiday we have coming up? That is right, Thanksgiving, a holiday full of eating, family, and friends, and also a long needed break from school or work. With that said, you should all check out our about page and look at the new edition. Alright, now that we have all that out of the way let’s take a look at today’s infographic.

As time has progressed, so has technology. No longer must we wait for months or even years to hear news from people in other tribes. Now we can instantly get any sort of update via our mobile devices, whether it be something important like a family emergency or something very important like knowing your friend is hungover from the night before. Whatever the case, mobile devices allow for almost anything to be instantly available in the palm of your hand.

Before someone had to lug around an enormous camera and then wait to get home to put up a humiliating picture they took of you, but now we can instantly do that with devices like the iPhone 4 or the up-and-coming Android phones. However, mobile devices are not limited to that; the new generation of mobile computer is making its way into the market. These tablets are quickly becoming a norm, and of course Apple has the iPad which has raised the bar in the tablet industry. But this time the expectations Apple has standardized are quickly being met by competitors. With all these devices, their ease of use, and affordability, the mobile market is casting huge shadows on others, such as PCs. [via]

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Twitter Facts & Figures [infographic]

November 19, 2010 |  by  |  Social Media  |  No Comments
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Twitter is also an awesome social media marketing tool, and now I will begin using it: If you’re a tweeter and want to get infographic tweets everyday, follow us @The_Infographic, if you want to observe me attempting twitter you can follow me @timmywillingham. Shoot me a shout and I’ll follow you back. Tweet on! [Via]

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows [infographic]

November 18, 2010 |  by  |  Movies  |  No Comments
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Time to get excited everyone! Today is the day that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows premiere! As most of you already know the last Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, is going to be released in two parts. Part One is being released today and Part Two will be released July 15, 2011. Having not read the seventh book yet, I am told that there are to be many surprises in the movie.

In this part of the story Harry sets out to search for all of the Horcruxes. As introduced in the sixth installment of the story, a Horcrux is an external object in which one can put a part of their soul. Within the wizarding world when one kills someone it said that their soul splits and when this happens it can be put into an external object. The Horcrux is a sort of last resort when you are killed, it allows to have a second chance at life. In this infographic you can see Harry’s journey to find all of Voldermort’s Horcruxes.

Personally I am excited to go to the midnight premiere of this movie! Hopefully this movie will prove to be enjoyable and I am sure it will meet and possibly surpass all of its box office expectations. For those of you not going to the midnight premiere hopefully you will go out during the weekend and watch the movie. After all you don’t want to be the only person who has not seen the movie. [via]

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The Brutal Decline of Yahoo! [infographic]

November 16, 2010 |  by  |  Internet  |  2 Comments
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I remember the glory days of Yahoo! Everyone in elementary school thought it was sooo cool to have our own e-mail, and of course we all used Yahoo mail. It was quick to die once AOL Instant Messenger came around, but that’s when I can personally remember liking Yahoo!.

Ever since then it has just gone down hill. The site is cluttered with ads and the front page news stories have seem to been cut down to top 10 lists and some odd articles. Now, all I see is Yahoo Answers being the only successful venture for Yahoo.

I should give them a little more credit, but I feel like it is ‘cool’ to pick on Yahoo. Everyone does, its the new AOL. Oh, you still make fun of AOL? Loser. Yahoo has tried and tried to be innovative, but instead of creating an innovative idea themselves, they buy them from someone else for an inflated price right before the market is flooded with copy cats of that idea. You think Yahoo would learn, and I think they finally are learning.

It may have taken Yahoo! a decade to be on the right track, but now after they have outsourced or sold almost everything they had, Yahoo can build from the ground up. They can make something great, shrink their company and hire some clever minds. They need to do this soon though, the world has been waiting on Yahoo to preform since it’s inception. If it keeps on the track it has been on, Yahoo! will not be around for another decade. Not so excited now are you Yahoo?[Via]

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