Downtown Los Angeles

June 28, 2014

Who lives, works, and plays in Downtown Los Angeles? The Downtown Center Business Improvement District (DCBID) conducted the most comprehensive demographic study ever produced in Downtown LA, with over 11,000 responses from Downtown residents, workers and visitors. Source


play: Show & Tell 11-

January 24, 2014

This info graphic is about the graph that showing the resume in various graphical representations which overall analyses the daily input & output on the basis of the primary skills. Source


Go. Study.

October 29, 2013

Make studying more convenient for students and they’ll study more. Sounds simple, huh? Well it’s true. It turns out that students who study their flashcards on mobile devices are getting a ton of benefits from their mobile study sessions by taking advantage of the opportunity to study everywhere they go. Hard to believe? Take a […]

Millennial Branding Gen-Y & Facebook Study

Millennial Branding Gen-Y & Facebook Study

August 24, 2013

Millennial Branding Survey Reveals that Gen-Y is Connected to an Average of 16 Co-Workers on Facebook Young people are using Facebook for personal over professional reasons, yet they are ‘friending’ their coworkers. Source

Music Genre and Personality

Music Genre and Personality

June 6, 2013

researcher at Herito-Watt University has found that strong personality attributes are linked to our choices in music. This is the first time that research has shown that personality links to liking for a video range of musical styles. Volunteers were asked to rate how much they liked 104 musical styles, before then completing a test […]

Study Abroad Costs

February 10, 2013

Want to know how much it will cost you to study abroad? Uniguru conducted a study on the cost of education across six popular study destinations – Australia, New Zealand, UK, US, Singapore and Malaysia; then factored in a selection of day-to-day living and student wage figures. The results can help you weigh up the […]


Global SCUBA Diving conversation in pictures

January 12, 2013

We recently had the guys at Repskan carry out a study on the public conversation about SCUBA diving throughout the world. One month of online activity gave over 85,000 mentions on a vast array of topics. Source

A Unique Look at 2010-11 Courses

A Unique Look at 2010-11 Courses

December 4, 2012

I love infographics, so my amazing artistically-gifted colleague Bob and I put together this one that takes an insider’s look at the Harvard Extension School’s 2010-11 courses.. Enjoy this infographic! Source

Studying How To Study

Studying How To Study

November 5, 2012

Effective study habits are the keys to a successful college career. But there are multiple factors that affect how well you retain information. Here we explore these influences and give you tips to develop effective study habits. Source

What Is The Psychology Behind Bad Science And False Research

What Is The Psychology Behind Bad Science And False Research

September 24, 2012

We often think that scientist are the most honest people around, and assume that scientific findings are reliable and true. But several new studies have revealed that an enormous number of researchers cut corners, cook data, and lie about results when conducting experiments. This is the world of bad science. Source

The Education of a Child Star

The Education of a Child Star

June 13, 2012

At the age when most boys were beginning to notice girls, Daniel Radcliffe was filming Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. At the tender age of 11, the kid crew of Harry Potter were filming up to eight hours a day. So while helming a multimillion dollar movie franchise, how did Daniel Radcliffe go to […]

Study Spots Learning on the Go

Study Spots Learning on the Go

June 2, 2012

Have you ever wondered what it’s like studying outside of a library for once? See how coffee shops could be an excellent way to study with friends and fellow students! Source