Jan 30, 2012

The 14 Things You Should Know About Pizza [INFOGRAPHIC]

One of the most popular and recognizable foods in the world, pizza is both delicious and affordable. Not a friend of weight loss though. Traditionally, pizza pies were oven backed, oval shaped and topped with just tomatoes and cheese, but modern variations use ingredients like egg, potatoes, and coconut. No matter what pizza is your favorite, the following facts are sure to spike your interest.

Things You Should Know About Pizza
Via: OnlineSchools.org

Jan 24, 2012

Top 10 Most Addictive Video Games Of All Time

Here are the top ten most addictive video games of all time, illustrated through a infographic. The top ten list showcases everything from the very oldies to the classics. The data that was used was taken from Ranker.com with real-time ranking. The list is compiled with the video games that gamers just cant put down. The argument can be made of what is the top 10 most addictive games of all time but I’m sure most can agree that many of the games listed in the infographic belong on the top ten.

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Jan 17, 2012

World’s Fastest Finger Painting Artist


Meet Fabian Gaete Maureira, probably the most talented finger painter the world has ever seen. He's been called "Bob Ross on meth". The Chilean artist paints the detailed landscape portraits of trees, mountains and waterfalls with just the tips of his fingers in less than three minutes in this amazing YouTube video first found on reddit.


Jan 11, 2012

Benefits of Plants [INFOGRAPHIC]

The very survival of the human race (in fact of all the animals) is challenged without plants. Apart from being the source of food and nutrients for all the animals on the planet, plants keep the environment healthy by absorbing carbon dioxide and reducing global warming. The infographic below depicts some quantifiable as well as unquantifiable benefits of plants:

Infographic via: http://www.thegardencentral.com/plant-garden/benefits-of-plants/

Jan 1, 2012

Top 10 Most Bizarre Facebook Stories Of 2011

A bunch of people did some really dumb things on Facebook this year. Here's a recap of some of these finer moments.




Crystal Yamnitzky and her boyfriend Robert Driscoll stole a $12,000 ring. Shortly after, Yamnitzky posted pictures of it on Facebook with the caption, “Look what Robby gave me. I love him so much.”

They were both arrested shortly after.

Source: pittsburgh.cbslocal.com




University of Georgia sophomore Nitesh Bhakta used Facebook to help foil an armed robbery in progress at his family's home. The 20-year-old was in his room on his laptop when he heard his grandmother scream.

"As soon as I opened my door, I saw three hooded guys like all masked in black at the front door," Bhakta said. "I shut my door, locked it, grabbed my laptop, went into the attic and hid."

"I don't think [Facebook] is really meant as a lifesaving tool, but it's the only way I could think of contacting someone immediately to call for help," he said.

So, as the intruders rifled through the home, Bhakta updated his Facebook status: "HELP, ROBBERS, NO PHONE." In all caps, naturally.

"A lot of people thought it was a joke," he said.

Fortunately his best friend, John Salter, took him seriously, notifying Bartow County sheriff's deputies as Bhatka hid in the dark.

Source: ajc.com




In April, after the Royal Wedding, the Pippa Middleton's A*s Appreciation Society was started. It now has over 240,000 fans.

Source: news.com.au




In May, a study came out that said young people would rather lose their sense of smell instead of their social networks.

​ A McCann survey of 6,000 people aged 16 to 30 found that 53 percent of respondents would rather forfeit the ability to smell than lose access to social networking websites.

Source: blogs.villagevoice.com




In February, an Egyptian man named his daughter Facebook.

Source: haaretz.com




In May, Lady Gaga used Farmville to premiere new music.

Source: ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com




In December, a cab driver got revenge on a passenger who didn't pay and left his phone by updating his Facebook status.

Source: thedailywh.at




Jason Valdez held a woman hostage for 16 hours in a hotel room in Utah and basically live-blogged the entire thing on Facebook. Read all of the status updates here.

Source: mjs538




Nikki Rasmussen was arrested for lighting her friend's house on fire because her friend defriended her on Facebook.

A police report says that when an officer asked Nikki Rasmussen about Jen Harris, Rasmussen said “… the two are no longer friends due to a dispute over Facebook. According to Nikki, Jen is angry with her because she ended their friendship on Facebook.”

Source: blogs.desmoinesregister.com




In November, a burglar signed into Facebook from a computer inside a home he broke into before sprinting from the scene. Unfortunately, he forgot to logout before he left.

Source: atlanta.cbslocal.com