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Which Country Loves Their Cars the Most?

Which Country Loves Their Cars the Most?

Which country loves their cars the most? It depends on the way you look at it. If you look at it in pure numbers, China bought the most. The Chinese bought 18 million-plus new vehicles in 2011. The Americans bought a mere 12 million-plus. On

In Any Home Fire Timing Is Critical

In Any Home Fire Timing Is Critical

This infographic by Piper Fire Protection is dedicated to home fires and how to plan for an escape. The infographic shows your actions for planning a fire escape route and other useful information to help you and your family be ready. Infographic Source: Piper Fire

iOS is big!

iOS is big!

It would take a week to read the names of everything on the App Store. Lay out all the iPhones and iPads ever sold and they’d stretch all the way around the world. The collosal size of Apple’s iOS ecosystem: a visual guide from the

The Numbers Behind Graduate Employment

The Numbers Behind Graduate Employment

Graduate employment has been in the news a great deal recently.  University students are repeatedly told they face the increasing possibility of unemployment and unpaid internships.  But what are the real numbers behind Graduate employment in the UK?  This infographic lays out all you need

New Google Plus Local has Replaced Google Places

New Google Plus Local has Replaced Google Places

Google biggest change in the local search space was the new Google Plus Local that replaces Google Places. The new update of includes “zagat” reviews, the requirement for customers to join Google plus social network for posting reviews and most the important change,  if you

The Progress of Enterprise Social Technology

The Progress of Enterprise Social Technology

The infographic takes a look at the evolution of enterprise social technology that help businesses to connect with people, identify expertise, capture dispersed knowledge, harness the wisdom of the crowds and improve business workflow and productivity along the way. Tibbr brings you through the early

Weird Stuff You Didn’t Know About Ice Cream

Weird Stuff You Didn’t Know About Ice Cream

You most likely have heard of some theme restaurants that exist but have you heard of these odd ones. Manolith has created another entertaining Infographic which lists eight of the strangest (and most disgusting) theme restaurants and their locations. These restaurants involve monkeys, toilets, medical

The Evolution of Nerds on TV

The Evolution of Nerds on TV

This infographic takes a look at the most notable TV nerds throughout the ages. The timeline starts with Willie Gilligan from Gilligan’s island to Abid Nadir from Community. The infographic also has a few interesting facts on some these television nerds like, “Steve Urkel invented

The Cost of Medical Negligence

The Cost of Medical Negligence

Preventable medical errors kill and seriously injure hundreds of thousands of Americans every year. Any discussion of medical negligence that does not involve preventable medical errors ignores this fundamental problem. And while some would prefer to focus on doctors’ insurance premiums, health care costs, or

Are Infomercials Dead?

Are Infomercials Dead?

Infomercials and direct response television in general have always been a great way to capitalize on the millions of engaged TV viewers. However with the rise of digital marketing, many businesses are starting to wonder what role television and other traditional advertising channels will take

The Top 100 U.S. Residential Remodeling Markets

The Top 100 U.S. Residential Remodeling Markets

With the housing market still down in the U.S., more and more people are upgrading their existing home as opposed to selling and buying a brand new one. In this infographic we display the top 100 residential remodeling markets of 2012 where remodeling is not

New York City’s Five Boroughs

New York City’s Five Boroughs

Did you know that Staten Island was named after the Dutch Parliament? Or the Bronx zoo is the largest metro zoo in the US?  The Five New York City Boroughs are full of dramatic history, fantastic sights, famous eats (who can resist the Bronx’s cannoli

What to do in San Francisco

What to do in San Francisco

There’s more to San Francisco than the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf. Get the inside scoop on the Bay City’s best oysters, Mai Tai’s, tips on traveling around the city, and more in our infographic Travel Like a Local: San Francisco’s Best-Kept Secrets. If