The Best Beer in America [infographic]

January 7, 2011 |  by  |  Food  |  No Comments
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Well, the week is over and it is time to sit back, relax, and enjoy and ice cold one. [via]

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The Tongue [infographic]

January 6, 2011 |  by  |  Education  |  No Comments
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Well, it’s Thursday, the first day of the weekend. There is only one day left in the work week after today, and then we all see two days of freedom. A time with no responsibilities, two days of relaxation, time for us to recover. With no school and no work, I haven’t had anything to do other and than stumble, sleep, and play some video games. While stumbling I found this infographic, “The 15 Things you Didn’t Know About the Tongue.”

The tongue is an odd organ, it has many uses, for example it allows us to taste all the flavors of our food. The tongue is a weird pink slimey thing with bumps on it, but something that we use a lot. Before having read this infographic, I did not know much about the tongue. For example according to this infographic there are 600 different types of bacteria on the tongue. Pretty cool, eh?

Anyway I hope you all enjoy the infographic for today, it certainly gave me something new to read. As I wait for school to start I will continue to browse the internet with my free time looking for cool infographics for you readers. If you’re like me, you like learning interesting facts all the time, something you can have as a conversation starter. This infographic provided me with something I didn’t know, the human tongue is as unique as a finger print, everyone having their own unique imprint. Anyway hope you enjoy reading through this infographic, and have a nice weekend! [via]

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Cigarette Companies [infographic]

January 5, 2011 |  by  |  Lifestyle  |  No Comments
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A ton of people around the world smoke cigarettes. I personally don’t, but don’t hate on those that do. They know it is bad for them, just like you and your McDonald’s. [Via]

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Top 10 Infographics of 2010 [Daily Infographic]

January 4, 2011 |  by  |  Holiday  |  No Comments
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How was your Twenty Ten? Mine was pretty sweet. I started a website, got an internship and now you’re reading what I write. Badass eh? But, this year hasn’t been all candies and rainbows. A few people got stuck thousands of feet under the earth’s surface, a massive quake rocked Haiti and we found out the world’s governments are corrupt jerks.

Besides the good and the bad of 2010, we all know one thing, 2011 will be worse. You really think 2011 will be better than this year? The apocalypse is less than two years away now. Things don’t get better before the end of the world. Come 12/21/2012 so many diplomatic cables will have been released, government will be in anarchy. Australia will be sunken miles under the ocean, Mexican drug lords will reign supreme over our entire planet and all of the glass on earth will unexplainably melt. I don’t really know if the glass will melt, but wouldn’t that be such a cool apocalyptic thing to happen?

Aside from man-kind’s demise, good things can happen this year. If you’re in my lovely city of Austin, Texas: my friend is throwing a celebration of the arts south of Town Lake on the 8th of this month. If you’re not in Austin…Come to Austin. We have so much fun stuff to do here! (Also in 2011, I encourage everyone to watch all 6 seasons of LOST. In a row. Let me know if you would like to do this with me.)

All the other data-visualization sites are listing their top infographics of the year, so here are mine:

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Books Vs eBooks
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Spring Break
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20 Things in One Minute
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Alcoholism
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HTML5
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Mega Shark Vs Giant Octopus
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Inception
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Authorship of The Beatles
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Taxonomy of Rap Names
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How Much Do We Really Recycle? [infographic]

January 3, 2011 |  by  |  Environmental  |  No Comments
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Happy first Monday of the year! I hope everybody enjoyed their New Years celebrations. It may be hard to be getting back to work, but at least you have a new infographic to read! With all of your New Years resolutions, hopefully at least one of them includes some sort of resolution to be more Earth friendly. Today’s infographic is one that illustrates our “throw away culture.”

In this infographic we see something that many people don’t know- televisions are recyclable. For the most part, almost everything we own can be recycled. This is something not many people know; I never knew televisions could be recycled. In fact, 96% of an old television can be used towards making a new one. Recycling also has benefits beyond the products it produces, recycling saves on energy too. For example, a recycled aluminum can saves enough energy to power a television for up to three hours. Recycling is one small step we can take towards saving a planet to which we have already done serious damage.

According to this infographic, the average person throws away around seven and a half times their body weight per year. In an attempt to make my personal damage smaller, I make sure to recycle as often as possible. However, recycling is not always easy. Unfortunately several apartment complexes and public places do not offer recycling bins, but I make sure to save my recyclables until I am able to get to a bin. Though it isn’t much, at least I’m not just throwing away perfectly good recyclables. [via]

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How Much Do We Really Recycle?

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