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How Different Age Groups Interact Online!

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How Different Age Groups Interact Online!

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The Tour De France requires a lot heart (literally) [motion graphic]
Alas, the next cycle of the Tour De France is sneaking up on us. The marathon of biking competitions is gearing up to get the spokes moving. Our associates at Column Five Media give us a look at a summertime tradition that captivates the entire world: Here is a look at the famous race by the numbers.
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The Tour De France requires a lot heart (literally) [motion graphic]

Alas, the next cycle of the Tour De France is sneaking up on us. The marathon of biking competitions is gearing up to get the spokes moving. Our associates at Column Five Media give us a look at a summertime tradition that captivates the entire world: Here is a look at the famous race by the numbers.

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The Working World [Infographic]


One thing people have in common across the world is work. Whether a country specializes in manufacturing or service, people must make a living. Significant differences exist in the economic conditions affecting workers’ lives. Some countries stand out as having a culture of workaholics, vacationers, retirees, or an aversion to paying taxes (but really, who doesn’t?). From Japan to Brazil to the U.S.A., today’s #E2sday shows a glimpse at the economic factors affecting workers around the world.

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The Working World [Infographic]

One thing people have in common across the world is work. Whether a country specializes in manufacturing or service, people must make a living. Significant differences exist in the economic conditions affecting workers’ lives. Some countries stand out as having a culture of workaholics, vacationers, retirees, or an aversion to paying taxes (but really, who doesn’t?). From Japan to Brazil to the U.S.A., today’s #E2sday shows a glimpse at the economic factors affecting workers around the world.

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The Jedi Trainer’s Guide To Employee Management [Infographic]

Serious skill is required to navigate the galactic asteroid fields of employee management. Whether you’ve mastered the art of the Jedi Mind Trick — or your employees would sooner follow instructions from a Wookie — here are some specific ways in which your management skills can benefit from the ancient trials of Jedi training.

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The Jedi Trainer’s Guide To Employee Management [Infographic]

Serious skill is required to navigate the galactic asteroid fields of employee management. Whether you’ve mastered the art of the Jedi Mind Trick — or your employees would sooner follow instructions from a Wookie — here are some specific ways in which your management skills can benefit from the ancient trials of Jedi training.

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Inflation and You: Looking at the Consumer Price Index Market Basket [Infographic]

Does it feel like your groceries are getting more expensive?   Well there’s a way to tell if they really are.  The Consumer Price Index (CPI) market basket measures more than just the food in your grocery basket to capture inflation.  It is developed from detailed monthly records kept by government officials who are hired to track and record prices of reselected items in stores.  See how the CPI market basket works to measure inflation:

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Inflation and You: Looking at the Consumer Price Index Market Basket [Infographic]

Does it feel like your groceries are getting more expensive?   Well there’s a way to tell if they really are.  The Consumer Price Index (CPI) market basket measures more than just the food in your grocery basket to capture inflation.  It is developed from detailed monthly records kept by government officials who are hired to track and record prices of reselected items in stores.  See how the CPI market basket works to measure inflation:

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Just A Taste: Honoring The Video Game Trailer [Infographic]

Every year, video game developers outdo themselves with better graphics, better plot lines, and better challenges. They also push the envelope when it comes to video game trailers. But trailers don’t get enough credit. In that spirit, we took a look at some of the best video games trailers from recent years. Click on the image to watch the videos.

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Just A Taste: Honoring The Video Game Trailer [Infographic]

Every year, video game developers outdo themselves with better graphics, better plot lines, and better challenges. They also push the envelope when it comes to video game trailers. But trailers don’t get enough credit. In that spirit, we took a look at some of the best video games trailers from recent years. Click on the image to watch the videos.

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Life on Less Than $2 a Day [Infographic]

In many countries, a significant percentage of the population survives on just a few dollars a day. Here’s a look at the distribution of consumption in several developing nations.

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Life on Less Than $2 a Day [Infographic]

In many countries, a significant percentage of the population survives on just a few dollars a day. Here’s a look at the distribution of consumption in several developing nations.

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Bubble Proofing: How To Avoid Building a Company Bound to Burst [Infographic]


There has been a lot of talk lately about wether investors are creating another tech bubble. As valuations climb higher and higher skeptics worry that hey are based on little more than hype.

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Bubble Proofing: How To Avoid Building a Company Bound to Burst [Infographic]

There has been a lot of talk lately about wether investors are creating another tech bubble. As valuations climb higher and higher skeptics worry that hey are based on little more than hype.

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Where Do Natural Disasters Most Affect Home Insurance Costs?  [Infographics]


Barely through the middle of 2011, we have already witnessed devastating tornadoes and hurricanes rummage through the country. And in 2010, more natural disasters hit in a single year than any over the past 60 years. For homeowners in the affected areas, that likely means facing insurance rate hikes in the future. It’s only logical, of course, that the more risky a certain area is deemed to be, the higher the insurance premiums charged by insurers in that area. But some of the results in our infographic may surprise you. We take a look at average annual property losses (on a per-household basis) and average home insurance costs, using the the latest data available: 2000-2009 for property losses, and 2008 for insurance costs.

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Where Do Natural Disasters Most Affect Home Insurance Costs?  [Infographics]

Barely through the middle of 2011, we have already witnessed devastating tornadoes and hurricanes rummage through the country. And in 2010, more natural disasters hit in a single year than any over the past 60 years. For homeowners in the affected areas, that likely means facing insurance rate hikes in the future. It’s only logical, of course, that the more risky a certain area is deemed to be, the higher the insurance premiums charged by insurers in that area. But some of the results in our infographic may surprise you. We take a look at average annual property losses (on a per-household basis) and average home insurance costs, using the the latest data available: 2000-2009 for property losses, and 2008 for insurance costs.

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