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Huge Interactive Internet Map

The Internet Map was created by Ruslan Enikeev and is a visual representation of the internet where the websites are drawn as circles. The bigger the website and the more traffic it has the bigger the circle is on the map. This interactive infographic is amazing in that it consists of 350 000 sites from […]

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The Cost Of Being Batman: $682+ Millions

MoneySupermarket has calculated the costs Batman needs to take into account when using or changing his equipment. Total cost is over $682 millions so you now see why only one of the Gotham’s most reachest guys had to be Batman. The Tumbler would cost an impressive $18 million and the costume would cost about $1.1 […]

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This LOTR Facebook thread will rule your day [pic]

It’s been long enough since I laughed so much. Yes, this Lord Of The Rings Facebook thread will rule your day. Being pretty much accurate and with enough jokes the image form below makes me want to watch again LOTR. Go, Gimli, go! You shall not pass until you have read the entire thread! Via […]

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Star Trek is only 45 years old [infographics]

With almost half a century the Star Trek adventure covers 6 tv series and 11 films that bring us into the future. Far future, whatever that would be. In December 1964 Gene Roddenberry presented the first ever pilot episode. The first tv series started in September 1966. In 2012 or 2013 the new Star Trek […]

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Why 2012 is a leap year and what is one [infographic]

A leap year a year where we have 29 days in February. Every four year we add an extra day to the calender. Normally a solar year is 365 days four hours and some minutes, but the calender is only 365 days. If we would not add that extra day every four years we would […]

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SOPA is dead, but the war isn’t over

Mashable announced these days that SOPA is dead and after a short while Megaupload was shut down. It seems that you do not need the censorship outlined in those bills since you can already police the web pretty effective. IMO, I think Megaupload should have died a good while ago along with other services like […]

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Apple to apples – how the fruit became a legend [infographic]

Doing what Apple did is not small feat and, although it seems curious how many people dream daily of Apple devices, there is a marketing genius behind this company. the infographic from below has been created by MBA Online courses and contains some interesting figures. Did you know that China produces all the devices for […]

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History of modems – since 1943 until 2011 [infographic]

Specboy posted an interesting infographic made by Broadband Choices in which I found out that the first modems were used in 1943 and, of course, were for military use only. From 25 bits per second in 1943 (Teletype Modems), to 1kbp in 1981 (Hayes Smartmodem), to 56kbps modem in 1998 and finally to real 4G […]

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Impressive collection of 24 cheat sheets given away by Makeuseof

Makeuseof is my first stop when it comes to free and handy pdf guides about almost everything. They have a BIG collection of free downloadables on their Facebook page and now they give away for free 24 cheat sheets. Each one of these cheat sheets has commands or shortcuts for the following applications, websites or […]

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How to become a Google Search God [infographic]

Google has changed a lot the way we see the web. Google Search helps us find anything we want only by typing some words in a box. But that is not all. The infographic below shows how to become a master at searching by using some tips and tricks. Some of us know already how […]

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