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How rich people spend their money


This infographic contains details about how rich people tend to spend their wealth. It’s very interesting to know how the rich people handle their expenses. via mermaidsoflondon.com

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Memorial Day: Remembering The Fallen


Whatever you do this holiday weekend, take a moment to appreciate what it really all means. Ultimatecoupons wanted to pay homage to the heroes that fight for our country.  The infographic below has several interesting facts about the inception of Memorial Day and common practices to honor our servicemen.  They also included information about one of America’s favorite pastimes, the Memorial …

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How To Identify An Internet Troll


Trolls, Spammers, Lurkers: They’re all of the same filthy ilk. So, why is it that they still thrive in such a troll-unfriendly universe? Probably because troll education is lacking and troll-eliminating technologies are still in infant stages. Here we discuss how to indetify trolls. Brought to you by community102.com.

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America’s First Serial Killer HH Holmes


The individual who takes the lives of numerous others in a methodical manner, known as a serial killer, baffles the minds of most people, including behavior specialists. Such is the case of Henry Howard Holmes, the first documented serial killer in the United States. Holmes carefully constructed his three-story, block-long building of offices and a hotel in order to carry …

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Celebrity Driving Under the Influence Confessions


Driving under the influence is a serious offense and celebrities are not immune to traffic laws. Some of the most famous celebrities charged with a DUI have played invincible stars online but in real life they have had some pretty low points. While Jack Bauer, a heavy metal god and a mean girl might not have much in common they …

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The Age of the Ecommerce Geek


An infographic that profiles some of the top geeks and nerds in the world of ecommerce.  From Jeff Bezos to Natalie Massenet, these intelligent gurus are making bank – with billions in net worth and a minimum of millions in yearly revenues to their online stores. Check out this rundown of uber-geek power! Brought to you by Zippycart.com.

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The Man Bath versus The Woman Bath


It is a historic and monumental debate, I mean argument, between couples. The bathroom that is. What belongs in it, what goes where, and when. We created this infographic to help explain the differences in bathroom etiquette between the sexes. Brought to you by Premierevanities.com.

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Women on the Front Lines


Women are still banned from combat positions in the U.S. military, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t been involved in every major conflict in recent history. Here’s a look and how and where women serve. A collaboration between GOOD and Column Five Media.

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Life on Less Than $2 a Day


In many countries, a significant percentage of the population survives on just a few dollars a day. Here’s a look at the distribution of consumption in several developing nations. A collaboration between GOOD and Column Five Media.

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Economic Conditions Affecting Workers Around the World


One thing people have in common across the world is work. Whether a country specializes in manufacturing or service, people must make a living. Significant differences exist in the economic conditions affecting workers’ lives. Some countries stand out as having a culture of workaholics, vacationers, retirees, or an aversion to paying taxes (but really, who doesn’t?). From Japan to Brazil …

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Is There a Little Truth in all Stereotypes?


Have you ever wondered how students in other departments spend their days?  When they aren’t sitting behind you in a first year seminar, what’s on their minds and how are they working toward their goals?  Here’s a fun look at a typical day for students in several common college majors. Brought to you by coursehero.com in collaboration with Column Five.

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Not Maid of Money: The Burden of Being a Bridesmaid


When a dear friend gets engaged, it’s cause for celebration. But if you’re such a dear friend that you’re calle upon to be part of the wedding party, the party may have a haevier financial impact then you’d expect! Here’s and estimate of some of the costs a bridesmaid can incur. Brought to you by mint.com in collaboration with Column Five.

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The Handbag War: Who Loves Them More?


Whatever nation she comes from, a woman’s handbag is an extension of her personality. It’s her security blanket, her vault of secrets, her portable bathroom vanity and often her mobile pantry. It holds her identity in so many ways and expresses her personality in many more… so it’s no wonder we spend billion of our nation’s turnovers on handbags every …

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Father’s Day


With Father’s Day right around the corner, what better way to celebrate all the great Dads out there than with another awesome holiday infographic about the history of Father’s Day and our spending habits on dear old Dad. Ever wonder how many Dads are out there in then nation? How many times does the average Dad read to their child …

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Definition of ‘The Gamer’


Today’s gamers include millions of people around the world of all ages and backgrounds. In fact, more than two-thirds of all households play games. Video game industry statistics brought to you by gamerant.com.

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What is The ROI of Your Mom?


From a good night kiss to being your biggest supporter, it sometimes feels like your mom can do anything. But what is the true value of your mother? Brought to you by flowtown.com.

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The History of Memorial Day


I remembered a vet today! Memorial Day is commemorated in many ways to show respect for those who have died serving our country. Whether visiting a national cemetery or gathering with friends and family, take time to participate in the National Moment of Remembrance at 3 p.m. local time to observe a moment of silence. This infographic timeline highlights key …

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Doctors on Drugs


Increasing in costs each year, prescription pills are one of the most profitable and dominating industries in the nation, with annual sales in the hundreds of billions. Prescribed medications constitute a significant bulk of work that medical coders must transcribe. Shockingly, the prescription pill industry has questionable practices to increase their bottom line, and in turn, increase coding workload through …

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May 21st Doomsday FAIL


The guys of zangstar.com sympathize for the victims who fell for Harold Camping’s false “prophetic” predictions. The man is clearly driven by his ego without the concern for others after his false prediction in Spetember 6, 1994. We made this infographic with the purpose of bringing awareness to other people who may have either given away everything they had, or …

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Child Abuse and Neglect in America


The reality of child abuse in the United States. Here are some of the concerning statistics highlighted in the infographic brought to you by mswprograms.com: Abuse kills nearly five children each day in the U.S. Four out of five victims of child abuse are under the age of 4. Neglect is the most common form of child abuse. Over half …

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