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October, 2011

  1. Getting a Job Like a BOSS

    October 30, 2011 by Infographic King

    The job market is more challenging than ever before – and college is more expensive then ever before.

    Should you be something practical like an engineer? What about pre-law? Is it true most Fortune 500 CEOs were philosophy majors?

    Learn more about education and the job market from this infographic.

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    Getting the Most from the Job Market | Infographic |
    Image Source: Online Masters Programs

  2. Planet Text: How SMS Messaging is Changing the World

    October 29, 2011 by Candice

    Currently, there are 4.2 billion texters world wide – that’s equal to the entire population of the world in 1975. Texting is literally changing how we experience the world today. Believe it or not, it’s also improving the overall quality of life for a lot of people around the world.

    Check out this graphic by MBA Online to see the full scope of our texting habits, and how it’s affecting how we live today.

    Planet Text
    Created by: MBA Online

  3. The Periodic Table of Horror Movies

    October 28, 2011 by Infographic King

    Oh horror movies – aren’t they always the same?

    The running blond woman, the man chasing her with the axe, the non-sensical plot elements…

    Not only are they the same parts of every movie, but it seems like they’re just randomly thrown together.

    This infographic from explores the Periodic Table of Horror Movies:
    Infographic of Horro Movie Elements

  4. Female Libido: The Inside Story

    October 28, 2011 by Infographic King

    Ever wonder how women really feel about sex? This infographic from Zestra & online magazine Skinny Scoop explores the real world of female sexuality. Check it out below:

    The Skinny On The Female Libido
    Brought to you by Female Arousal Gel by Zestra – Powered by Skinny Scoop

  5. Facebook University

    October 28, 2011 by Candice

    Is Facebook beneficial or harmful for students? I’m sure a lot of people would hold different opinions, but recent studies suggest that it depends primarily on the user and how he or she is integrating it into their daily life. Either way, Facebook is one medium that has forever changed how students will experience college.

    This graphic by Online PhD illustrates how the social media giant is enriching the lives of students today.

    Facebook University
    Created by: Online PhD

  6. BioFuels – Saving the World

    October 27, 2011 by Infographic King

    Biofuels – or fuels made from plants like algae or halophytes – could reduce CO2 emissions by up to 70% ! And imagine an end to the world’s wars for oil. Yes, biofuels could save the environment, end wars, and create jobs. Learn more about this miraculous new approach to propulsion in this great infographic from thomson –

    Biofuels Infographic

  7. Open Courses For All

    October 26, 2011 by Candice

    Imagine if education was completely free. Fortunately, OpenCourseWare (OCW) already allows for free access to lectures and materials from some of the top universities in the country. With this ongoing trend the possibility of an open, democratic education model might be a lot closer than you think.

    Check out this graphic by Online College Classes to see the current state of OCW and how its changing education as we know it.

    Open Education
    Created by: Online College Classes

  8. Breaking the Ice in Foreign Lands

    October 25, 2011 by Infographic King

    Have you ever been traveling and wondered just what to say ? This new infographic from Skype shows you how to break the ice, wherever you may be.

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  9. The Biggest Security Breach of All Time

    October 25, 2011 by Infographic King

    The largest computer security breach ever was in 2009. Heartland Payment Systems, an outsourced payment processor, was hacked and lost 130 million records. Learn more about computer security breaches in this infographic

    Rasmussen College

  10. Multitasking: Bad for the Brain?

    October 24, 2011 by Infographic King

    This is your brain. This is your brain on media.

    Any questions?

    Rasmussen College