You may not be a vampire, phlebotomist, or hematologist, or even know what all those words mean, but you can still learn about blood! You may know there are different types of blood – you may even know your own type – but did you also know that, according to the Japanese, your blood type […]
Women: Have you ever analyzed what made you decide to buy that pair of over-priced pumps? Men: What led to the decision to buy that must-have gadget promising hours of technophilic bliss? Here’s a fun graphic representation of how the thought patterns of men differ from those of women before deciding to make a purchase:
Explaining what the banks don’t want you to know may shatter most of the public’s religiously entrenched assumptions about money and banking. Check this interesting and really big infographic!
Facebook recently passed 500 million users. If the growth rate of the world’s largest and fastest growing social network could be applied to solar, it would only take 4.7 years to power the entire world with solar energy.
If you think the cast of ‘The Expendables’ killed a lot of bad guys in that movie, you haven’t seen anything yet – check out their combined ‘kill numbers’ based on all their movies.
The social networking industry has taken all of us by storm and its difficult to go about your day without hearing a friend, a co-worker, your mom throw that term around like its going to change the world! Fortunately or not Digg has done just that. With millions of users, digg has become a reputable […]
Pretty much everything that happens when you’re in toilet should be locked away in your head, never to be shared with anyone. Unless of course you’re Elvis and you end up dying while failing to successfully take a dump. Take a look at the graphic below for a closer look at the shittier side of […]
J.C.R. Licklider (1915-1990) introduced the idea of an “Intergalactic Network.” His idea involved a global computer network that allowed everyone to access information from anywhere in the world. He became head of Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA), convincing his successors of the importance of the network.
U.S.Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning used his high-security clearance to acces classified documents – including over 150,000 State Department cables – which he is now charged with making public via whistleblower site WikiLeaks.org. Security breaches don’t happen only to governments; they happen to companies, institutions and individuals too. Thirty million Americans become victims of identity […]
With an expected 1.2 million robots in the year 2013, the age of the automated workplace is at uor front door. However, these are not the musical-loving, Wall-E robots. These automated machines are coming for our jobs, and possibly…us.