The below infographic, created by abbyryandesign, looks back at some of the most popular toys and gadgets from the past 50 years.
In a world where everything is digitized, print books don’t seem to stand a chance. And yet, the simple charm of holding a book in one’s hand hasn’t gone away. The Kindle rush of 2010 was thought to be the end of print, but these days ebook sales have dropped and have allowed booksellers to get back on the horse.
Though the ebook industry grows every year, it’s clear that it will be a long while before it ever catches up to classic print.
infographic courtesy of: blurb.
Your email is under assault. These attacks span a wide range of activities: Google trying to figure out what ads to send you, your boss checking to see if you are looking for another job, or even the government suspecting you of leaking documents to a reporter. But there are easy ways that you can protect your privacy. This infographic explains how.
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Drone Racing has emerged as the ultimate and newest thrilling trend for the technology lovers. The rich-fan list for drones when operated with the raging and vigorous races generates certain high-end stunning results. The visual of an energetic drone creating its way through narrow lanes and risky tracks is enough to pace your pulse and fill enormous excitement. A bunch of attractive drone with robust attitude, fascinating LEDs and eye-catchy body-frames are made to race on furious racing tracks. The pilots of these competing drones are nowhere less than a F1 racer and their level of energy portrays their greed to win.
This infographic below, created by dronomag, aims to deliver information about the most amazing racing drones and drone racing competitions. The intention is to share the energy and enthusiasm of drone racing. Feel it, love it and share it further!
Text H/T: visualistan.com
April is a historic month for the internet. This April Amazon turned 21, the first Skype message was 13 years old, and the first YouTube video turned 11 years old only last Saturday.
If these sites were people, YouTube would have mastered the art of reading, Skype would be starting to feel hormonal, and Amazon could probably be sitting its undergraduate finals.
The folks at SSLs have created an infographic that presents a fascinating timeline of all the most important ‘internet firsts’.
It’s amazing to think how much these sites shape the media landscape we interact with on a daily basis, regardless of how young they really are. On the flip-side it’s also incredible to consider just how old this ‘new’ digital technology is getting.
Text Hat Tip: visualistan.com
Staring at a computer screen is one of the worst things you can do for your vision, yet many of us spend a significant portion of our days doing so. It’s important to take regular breaks – every 20 minutes you should look away for 20 seconds at least 20 feet away – so that your vision doesn’t become impaired. Learn more about preventing digital eye strain from this infographic, produced by framesdirect. You might be surprised how common this problem is!
Text H/T: Visualistan.com
Memory cards—like memories—come and go all the time. Most people who shop for memory cards do so for storage, but there are many other reasons to buy a memory card. Here’s a short profile of some memory card shoppers, some recommendations, and even some tips on how to shop smart.
Infographic source: Delkin. H/t: Visualistan.com
In an age of selfies, instagram and #waterlogue it is evident that we are living in a world of photography enthusiasts. So to help out those budding photographers the folks at TerrysFabrics have compiled a list of 180 photography tips for the home.
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infographic source: terrysfabrics.