Archive for the ‘Smart’ Category


The Post-PC Revolution

Move over PC, tablets and smartphones are taking over from here. Check out this infographic to learn about how everything’s basically going mobile.

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2012: The Year of Android

Android had some great success in 2012. Check out this infographic to learn about Android’s 2012 milestones.

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Simple Ideas

When great minds are used for simple good, the results are generally quite genius. From inventive ways to dip your chocolate chip cookies to finally getting your home organized, here are some Simple Ideas which […]

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The Science of Smart

Intelligence can be measured in many different ways, and some believe that it is more about the genes you are given than other factors. Check out this infographic to learn more about the science of […]

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What Are The Odds?

As a general rule, if you think too much about anything, including you’re existence, everything stops making sense. An ingenious Ali Binazir charted this idea in a great infographic with What Are The Odds?

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Is Scientific Genius Extinct?

It seems that rare, true genius has gone the way of the extinct dodo bird per some scientists. Here’s more with Is Scientific Genius Extinct?

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The Marketing Super Bowl

What do the Super Bowl and marketing have in common? More than you might think. Strategies for a winning football team and marketing team are very similar. Check out this infographic to see how similar […]

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Who Has More Sex?

Just in from the Journal Of Sex Research is a conclusion to a study of nearly 400 people. It seems those who are coupled copulate more frequently than those who are uncoupled. Here’s more of […]

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JavaScript Hoisting Explained

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued a statement to the public to disable JavaScript. Before you do, consider the potential fall out and consider the function of the programming language. Here’s more with […]

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Why You Truly Never Leave High School

Neuroscientists, psychologists, anthropologists and other professionals agree: the experiences you acquire between ages 15 to 25 are profound. And may affect you longer than you’d like. Here’s more with Why You Truly Never Leave High […]

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