10 Irish Inventions That Changed The World

January 19, 2014

Ireland loves to brag about its audacious claims to fame, and rightly so. Apparently that Barack Obama chap even has his Irish roots. But did you know the Emerald Isle has been responsible for inventing some of the world’s most incredibly epic pieces of technology; from colour photography, right up to the atomic bomb… not […]

Distance To McDonaldâ??s – The United K…

April 9, 2013

A map visualizing the distance away from all the McDonald’s in the UK and Ireland. On the isle of Great Britain, proper – anywhere reachable from London on foot, aka the mainland – Cape Wrath ranks McFarthest. From its restless shores to the nearest McFix, the hungry traveller must traverse the Scottish Highlands to Inverness, […]

Eventually You Get to Guinness

Eventually You Get to Guinness

March 22, 2013

This graphic is chalked full of so many factoids that it’s becoming a poster and some coasters. Eventually you’ll get to see them. Source

The Future of the European Economy

The Future of the European Economy

November 10, 2012

Our latest graphic looks at forecasts of six key economic indicators and compares the situation across the European Union. We take as samples Ireland, Germany, Spain and the UK, and also look at the trends prevailing in the Euro 17 and EU 27 as a whole. Source

Enhancing Business Performance with Intelligent Data Visualization

Enhancing Business Performance with Intelligent Data Visualization

September 11, 2012

Economics of College Athletics – Spending, recruiting, endowments and more. Source

Kiss Me, I

Kiss Me, I’m Irish – St. Patrick’s Day 2012

July 20, 2012

Ireland has had an enormous influence on America. For hundreds of years, Irish immigrants have come to the U.S. in staggering numbers; bringing their traditions of St. Patrick’s Day and a boost to our population and economy. Source