Inspirational Part 5: Impressive Infographics.
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Yes, the Inspirational Series here on Growcase have been on a vacation for a couple of weeks, but is now back in full effect.
It’s the fifth round-up and this time around we’re looking at Infographics.
For this particular session, it was very hard to narrow it down to only 5 pieces, since the web is overflowing with beautiful Infographs, so don’t be surprised if there will be a sequel or a part 2 to this one. But I won’t make any promises!
Anyway, without further ado, here we go…
The Art and Science of S’mores
I’m not a big fan of camping. I don’t understand why people want to go out into the wilderness and pretend they’re homeless, BUT… after going over this beauty I was almost intrigued to get a tent and a backpack ready and head out.
Our Daily Commute
by Joseph Le
Seeing traffic every day, commuting to and home from work is a bitch. The talented Joseph Le and the Pappas Group gives us some insight on the horrible matter. What do people do while they’re sitting in traffic? What type of vehicle do they use? How many of them prefer to rather walk to the office? Have a look and find out.
The Deadliest Airplane Crashes
It’s fairly safe to fly, but accidents do occur. But statistically, how many planes do crash and how many fall victim to them each year? Which aviation disasters have the highest body count of all time? Well, the people at Travelinsurance dot org have all the answers.
The Royal Wedding’s Social Impact
by James West
To most of us people who actually have a life, they mean nothing (Well, apart from the fact that we pay for these things through taxes). But royalty bonding for life in marriage, sparks such immense interest to people all around the globe that not only the tabloids and daily newspapers get flooded with useless information about these events, but it also has quite the impact on social media. Find out just how much of an impact…
Global Internet Traffic
by Nick Sigler
Do you know how much a Zettabyte is? Well let me tell you, it’s a LOT of freakin’ bytes. Apparently within 4 years we’ll approach that milestone in internet traffic around the globe. Nick Sigler put together this infographic for Mashable to show us just how much a Zettabyte really contains and where we’ll be on the internet-traffic-scale in 2015.