Obsessed with Facebook – Infographic

Are You Obsessed With Facebook - Infographic

How many times do you check facebook per day? Some of us are on facebook very often and right now might have a tab on your browser open at this very moment to facebook. With over 206 million people in the US using the internet there are 71.2% using facebook. Facebook can be a great place to share, talk to friends and family and keep […] Read more »

History of Graffiti and Street Art

The history of graffiti and street art infographic is a telling picture of how abstract expressionism transfered to graffiti and the public art of today. We can gather a lot of  information from how one could say that Sydney Pollock led to the gang graffiti of today. It is very unique to see how that digital art that we use today comes from the imagination of the […] Read more »

Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang Infographic

One of the most iconic muscle cars in history is the Ford Mustang a.k.a the Pony Car. I have seen many wonderful mustangs, I love the classics but I will say that the 2011 model is amazing. The Ford Mustang has been and will continue to be the classic true American muscle car. Some might not agree with the Mustang but if you have seen […] Read more »

The Perfect Modern Suit for the Modern Man

The Perfect Modern Suit For The Modern Man Infographic

The Perfect Fit Modern Suit What man does not need at least one suit? When you do get that suit you need to make sure you get what you need in the perfect suit. Most guys are out of fashion. This fashion infographic will help to get into the current suit fashion to help you land the girl, the job, the promotion. Fashion is a […] Read more »

Everything You Wanted to Know About Nachos But Were Afraid to Ask

Nachos are awesome! This funny infographic uses great visual charts to show toppings by nacho style. It breaks styles up between Modern and Traditional. Who knew there was so much history of the nacho and this infographic does it. The Nacho Infographic provides a brief history of nachos from their inception in 1943 to the creation of the website NachosNY.com in 2008. Nachos are a time […] Read more »

A Visual History of Twitter – Infographic

Since Twitter launch in the summer of 2006, Twitter has become the world-wide leader in micro-blogging. Twitter limits even its most famous users and celebs to a very short 140 characters including spaces. here we have an infographic that details Twitter’s most famous content creators, amazing adoption rates, and the struggle to turn a profit. Submit an Infographic   Read more »

History of Data Storage

If you remember just a few years ago you will remember how much a flash drive cost. I remember when 125mb was $25 and now you can get a 32GB thumb flash drive for that same price. People started storing data in books back thousands of years ago, now they store it in flash drive that can fit on your keychain. From paper to current […] Read more »

How Americans Will Trim the Fat This Thanksgiving – Infographic

Feasting on a Budget How Americans Will Trim the Fat This Thanksgiving

Most of us make sure we go all-out for Thanksgiving. We want the biggest turkey, the best breads for their stuffing, the most amazing pumpkin pie. I get my pumpkin pie at Costco. Thanksgiving, like all holidays can be rough on the family budget. When black Friday shopping starts, we all might wish we had spent spent less on the Thanksgiving dinner. Here are a few ways to trim […] Read more »

Preparing to Shop on Black Friday – Infographic

Here is an infographic about Black Friday shopping. What did you go for? Most people go after clothes, shoes and accessories. I feel bad for the kids that got socks and underwear. I can remember the christmas panties I got when I was a little girl. I just wanted a doll, I was bummed but I was okay with it. Over the years I have […] Read more »

Celebrating America’s Diversity – Infographic

October is family history month if you did not know. This October, millions across the United States joined in celebrating Family History Month. Family History Month was started 10 years ago and is a great opportunity to learn about family heritage and to make new memories at the same time. The melting pot of the U.S. is largely a nation of immigrants and descendants of immigrants. […] Read more »