If you haven’t heard about Jeremy Lin, you probably was not on earth this past few weeks. The New York Knicks Pointguard was the recent talk of the town as he lead his NBA team to 5 straight victories after starting in a game against the Utah Jazz.
Jeremy Lin illustration by Salehe Black.
Below is an infographic (or should I say “Linfographic”) about Jeremy Lin’s journey to success from Infographic World.
Do you have a strong password – a really strong password? Cybersecurity has become very important nowadays as numerous accounts are being hacked on a daily basis due to very weak passwords. Keeping your online accounts safe by having a strong password is one thing, another is keeping it safe. It won’t save you if it gets stolen. So, we must always be vigilant and never ever recycle passwords. Below is an infographic from Killer Infographics that gives us very useful tips on how to keep your data secure online.
Angry Birds turns two today and I still can’t get enough of this game! I still get hooked whenever I play it on my iPhone and time just flies away without you even noticing it. I know I’m not the only one addicted to slinging flying birds and use them for enemy destruction. What is the reason behind we can’t stop playing this game? Why is it so much fun? Expert market researchers at AYTM did an in-depth research on Angry Birds addiction and the below infographic compiles their findings.
After All Things D reported that a Facebook phone is real late in November, I stumbled upon Nitrozac and Snaggy’s (joyoftech.com) comical infographic of the Facebook phone. Really funny.
Thanks to the folks at HackCollege, a number of Google Search “secrets” are out. The infographic below offers a helpful primer for how to best structure searches using advanced operators to more quickly and accurately drill down to the information you want. This is by no means an exhaustive list of search operators and advanced techniques, but it’s a good start that will help set you on the path to becoming a Google master.
Steve Jobs have had a very meaningful, successful and inspiring 56 years of existence. He had contributed so much to the computing world, notable of which is helping to popularize the personal computer and launching phenomenal products like the iPod and iPhone. Apple became one of the most admired companies in the whole world under his stewardship.
The below infographic from Infographic World shows us Steve’s life and accomplishments.
There is no rumor, no guesswork, Apple has started sending invites for an iPhone event at Apple’s Cupertino campus on Oct. 4.
Okay, I am getting ahead of myself a bit. The invite does not explicitly mention an iPhone 5. It just promises we’ll talk about the iPhone.
This will be Apple’s first iPhone event since June 2010, when it released the iPhone 4. iPhone 5 demand is expected to be strong, thanks to the lack of a phone release this summer and the addition of the iPhone on the Verizon network. Sprint is also expected to get the iPhone.