You might not know what happens when you die but you can control what happens online!
There are not many words that cause such a visceral response as the word Fuck. Sortable.com has taken the time to look at the history of the fword and put together an infographic which also covers:
In light of recent incidents, today’s infographic takes a look at the effects of pepper spray, how it works, and what people should do if sprayed.
While football hooliganism has been on the decline since its explosive heights in the 1980s, there are still many hooligan firms that are continuing to cause trouble at football games. Infographic give a look at which leagues and teams have the worst record of hooliganism.
When preparing for death there are two ‘you’s’ to consider, the ‘Real Life You’ and ‘Digital You
Death is life’s ending. Because everyone who is born eventually dies, it is the center of many traditions and organizations. Customs relating to death are a feature of every culture around the world. Part of those customs are symbols, which signify or try to make sense of the phenomena.
We all have something that we are afraid of, whether it is monsters, the dark, public speaking, heights or flying. Some people love being afarid, because they love the rush and to push their limits. Halloween is just around the corner so Sortable thought we would take a look at what makes us afraid.
Halloween is almost here. This is the time of year when excited children run around their neighborhoods dressed up as pirates, superheros, ghosts and witches shouting, “Trick or Treat” – gathering candy and other treats as they go door to door. It’s all terrific fun for young and old alike. A tradition that millions of […]
In less than a decade, there will be a national shortage of 800,000 nurses. With so few nurses to go around, it’s important to take preventative measure when it comes to our health and body. Hence, here’s an infographic that shows the many practical ways to maintain your health.
We all think of the hospital as the place we go to get better. But hospitals in the United States are makng people sicker at alarming rates. Between overtired interns, germ-covered doctors, and haphazard record keeping, you might find yourself in more trouble than you were when you checked in.