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Click the image for close-ups of this handy flowchart, to help guide you through the end of the world.
Are you on the fence about working from home? Is your boss? This infographic features some numbers to put in context how good it is for you and your job. Unless you don’t want to be a less stressed, more productive worker, of course.
A new survey finds that Americans don’t think either Obama or Romney will make their lives better.
Check out this infographic for neat statistics about the last debate — including an analysis of how often Mitt Romney used the word “I” compared to Barack Obama.
Would cutting credit cards out of transactions make payments cheaper? Dwolla says it would.
(Click the image above for the full infographic).
The economic benefits of bikes: an infographic.
Last year, the comic/blog XKCD had the Internet examine various colors and name them. They ended up with a sample size of 5,000,000, and designer Stephen Von Worley turned the 2,000 most common responses into a gender-exploring interactive infographic. As it seemingly turns out, men and women call the same colors different names.
Hat tip: Flowing Data
DId you eat breakfast? It really is the most important meal of the day.
Where do the healthiest people in America live?
Your friends are why you’re fat. The Eatery, an app from health technology startup Massive Health that lets users take pictures of their food and then asks them to rate photos of other users’ food based on perceived healthiness, has yielded lots of data since it was launched last year. In this infographic, Massive Health uses information from its hundreds of thousands of users to tell us just how contagious our eating habits can be.
The Insane Economics Of Not Legalizing Marijuana In One Handy Infographic.
There’s a lot of green in green. This infographic shows just how much money is falling through the cracks, and how much we’re spending to keep it underground.
Red meat is a large portion of the American diet (the proliferation of awesome burger joints in New York City isn’t helping much). A new study suggests some terrifying risks that come with eating even just a little read meat.