The What’s In Your Trash infographic explores what constitutes trash in America. From Bolt Insurance, this design breaks down all of the stuff we throw away.
The cleaning services industry brings in more than $50 billion a year, from janitorial services to residential cleaning agencies, and the industry is projected to continue growing. Americans generated more than 250 tons of garbage in 2010. In BOLT’s What’s In Your Trash infographic, find out what is really in your trash and how important cleaning services and janitorial services are. Through recycling and waste incineration, as much as 90% of waste can bypass the landfill! Presented as an infographic to help you more easily visualize and retain this important information...
Our friends at Demonocracy have once again surpassed themselves, and have followed up the infographic showing the truckloads of cash that are needed to rescue the insolvent PIIGS, with this masterpiece which, while making the naive assumption that...
Content marketing is an industry that is booming, though most companies outsource these services or don't take advantage of sharing content.
Content marketing was a top priority for businesses in 2011, and it is going to remain so in 2012. That’s according to a study conducted by the Content Marketing Institute, a marketing education and research company.
According to a survery conducted by Esquire, 44% of Americans prefer to sleep naked. Are any of you surprised by this? I would think that more people would like to sleep without the constraint and slight discomfort of clothing.
...No, literally truckloads. Our friends at demonocracy.info have been kind enough to put together an infographic that explains the European bailout in simple, visual terms, that even the most innocent of FTL truckers can grasp without much...
The beautifully animated and interactive infographic "Four Ways to Slice Obama's 2013 Budget Proposal" [nytimes.com] by Shan Carter of the NYTimes shows how President Obama proposes to spend $3.7 trillion in 2013.
It’s hard to believe but it has been just over 19 years since the first text message was sent from a computer to a mobile phone, and 18 years since the first phones were produced that allowed people to send text messages to one another.
With text messaging, language has evolved as well. Who hasn’t heard of LOL, a word which has been added to the Oxford English Dictionary (and which doesn’t mean Lots of Love, as some people think). The concept of “sexting” has also given rise to its own phone language
Businessmen (and women) have been around since the beginning of time. This infographic takes a look at some of the more vivid types of businessmen through history, all the way down to the modern businessman.