Those of us who are not programmers may not completely understand the language, but the new infographic from Wikibon helps to make it as simple as possible. The graphic explains how programming languages have evolved over the last fifty years and what the future holds.
Elevators are actually very interesting machines when you think about it, and cleverly designed. We often don’t think consider it, but all elevators are different, whether it be the speed, the distance they travel, or even how long it takes for the door to close. The new infographic from Davies Elevator, is here to give us some interesting facts about something many of us take for granted.
This new infographic from Wix explores the reasons why social media should be a critical component in every business’ strategy. If your business isn’t yet social-friendly, you may want to start making changes after viewing this:
Small businesses are truly the backbone of our nation, with over 27 million to date, it is important that we know how our business needs to evolve in order to survive. Warman Capital’s new infographic is full of so much amazing information on when to sell, when to expand, and when to move on.
Hackers are becoming more and more prominent online, and while we once thought of them as the gangs of the web – some are proving to be true revolutionaries. Wikibon’s new infographic takes us through the many political operations that have given birth to who we now know as the hacktivist.
As a devout iPhone user, I’ve always thought of Android devices as being much bulkier than most smartphones, and the Droid RAZR is no different. Though it is thinner than most, it still retains the same bulky aspect as its predecessors. At first I wasn’t entirely sure where to go with this as I’ve only encountered a few Android devices before. So, seeing as this was the first time I’d actually gotten this involved with any kind of droid, I decided to compare the RAZR to my trusty iPhone 4.
When I placed the RAZR and my iPhone 4 next to each other, right away I noticed the difference in design. The RAZR has the look of modern technology, practically boasting a “space age” quality. My iPhone 4, while simple and sleek, looks a bit outdated and not nearly as candescent as the RAZR.
The 4.3″ RAZR screen is impressive and provides a lot more room for surfing the web, checking e-mail or opening documents, but the iPhone’s display is still noticeably superior. From a practical standpoint, the iPhone’s display is just fine for typical usage, but if you use your smartphone to look at documents or especially spreadsheets, the RAZR’s extra large screen is quite handy.
When the iPad was first announced in January of 2010, I had a hard time understanding what people would use it for. I understood what it was and what it could do, but not who would use it or how it would fit into people’s lives. Now I not only see how it fits into people’s lives, but I’ve seen how it can help change lives.
Publichealthdegree.com has released an infographic on why we need sex ed now. Why now, you ask?
- Every 2 minutes, 3 US teens get pregnant. Of these, more than 80% are unintended.
- 50% of pregnant teens graduate high school vs. 90% of their peers.
- Though young people only account for a quarter of our sexually active population, they contract 50% of that population’s STD’s.
The stereotypes live on, even after years of evolution, marches, and protests – we still find something completely offensive that puts one group of people under one category. In this situation we have taken one line of work and put a particular face to it. The following infographic may make you a little angry, you may also have a little laugh, but you will definitely learn something new.
I always love seeing infographics that talk about the real issues with student loan debt, add zombies, and you get my vote. Top Colleges Online’s new infographic does just that, and you get to hear from the students, and what they feel needs to be addressed. One idea is to look into some of the best online colleges to save some money.
Remember the good old days when you were a kid and something as simple as an ice cream sandwich could give you all the joys you could ever want? How would you feel if you could have that same satisfaction under the same name, only as a smartphone? The Android powered Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone is currently the only phone to operate on Android’s newest software, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This new software was designed as a convergence of Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Android 3.0 Honeycomb, Android’s tablet software. It offers a huge upgrade in the user interface and many other functions previously not available on Android. This new software combines with the smooth looks of the Samsung hardware to make one heck of a phone.
Keeping It Kleen’s new infographic pushes the envelope when it comes to Valentine’s day entertainment, and they do it flawlessly. Rather than focusing on the romantic side of the lover’s day, or the despair of the singleton – they show you just how disgusting the sexes really are.