High Tech Stuff

December 28, 2013

An investigation into computers, technology and life Source


Missed Deadlines

December 10, 2013

Missed deadlines cost money, even for small projects. But when the scale is big, the price tag for poor project management can be astronomical. Check out these catastrophic schedule misses and learn how they impacted the bottom line. Source

Do You Have The Time?

Do You Have The Time?

June 9, 2013

Not long ago, we posted a poll on our Facebook wall. Over 2,000 respondents later, we were able to gather what we perceive as some insights worth throwing into an infographic designed to illustrate the average number of watches people own based on where they live in the United States and by age and generation. […]

A Day in the Life of a Brit: Britistics

A Day in the Life of a Brit: Britistics

April 2, 2013

Most parents and workers will wake up before 7am, most full time employees will be at their desk for 8.30am and won’t be home until 5.45pm! Dinner time isn’t until 6.30pm and the average bed time is 11.40pm. Source


Your life in the future

January 25, 2013

Are rising plutonium prices making time travel in your Delorean too expensive? Fret not. The folks at Doogie Horner have created a handy infographic for all of you stuck in the current year. Flying cars and hoverboards are still on the menu too. Source


Time For Tea

January 9, 2013

English tea was considered the pinnacle of elegant and aristocratic dining but has now made a popular comeback into everyday modern life. We examine the origins of high tea and how you can avoid making a fool of yourself at tea time. Source


Dead Sox – 2011 Red Sox September Collapse

December 19, 2012

Basic tips for bicycling. Consejos bàsicos para circular en bicicleta. Source

American Time Use

American Time Use

October 11, 2012

Did you know that if you work an 8 hour day, you’re not the norm? Think your hour or two on Facebook or emailing every day is pretty typical? Think again. The U.S. Department of Labor recently did a survey of how the average American spends their day, the results of which you may find […]

30 Minute Drives on US Extremities

30 Minute Drives on US Extremities

September 20, 2012

Peruse how far one might get in 30 minutes from some lovely starting points skirting the United States. Bing backgrounds, OpenStreetmap data, and Visual Fusion service. Source

Deep Time

Deep Time

July 22, 2012

Deep Time is an interactive infographic built for the modern web and iPad. It offers a visual way to explore the various stages of the Earth’s history using a 12 hour clock analogy. Source

One Decade of Earthquakes

One Decade of Earthquakes

June 12, 2012

Ten years of earthquakes, by month, categorized by an armchair rating of intensity. Check the source link for more about this timeline. Source

Daylight Hours 2012

Daylight Hours 2012

May 31, 2012

One of the best parts for me about winter in Toronto is the fact that the days start to get a little bit longer every day. To see exactly how much more (or less) daylight we can expect each day, I found data on sunrise and sunset times in Toronto, Canada and created a graph […]