Special thanks to BuyCostumes.com for designing this infographic.
James Bond is the world’s most revered secret agent. Since the first film in the franchise was released[Dr. No in 1962] 007 has blown-up more buildings, crashed more cars and saved the world more times than I can count. At his disposal are lavishly kitted out supercars and Q-customised gadgets. He has a taste for extravagant beverages such as Champagne and vodka Martinis and is sent on numerous trips to exotic locations. To top if off most of the action such as gun fights and car chases occur while he is wearing an exquisitely tailored Savile Row suit.
But what must be remembered is that James Bond works for the Secret Intelligence Service [MI6] on behalf of Her Majesty’s Government; which means he is funded by the taxpaying public. So in today’s ‘austerity Britain’ how much would James Bond cost to operate? As a bit of frivolous fun we took a look at this very question in an infographic.
This infographic about interesting cigar facts provides information every guy (and cigar smoking girl) should know about cigars.
Don’t just light one up, light it up indoors only when in a Cigar Parlor.
More interesting cigar facts can be found at thecigarlife.net.
I don’t care how old you are, what gender you belong to, where you come from or what flavour of ice cream is your favourite (chocolate, obvs): at one point or another, you’ve dreamed about being Batman. All those cool gadgets, the Batmobile, the costume, an elderly butler waiting on you hand and foot – you’d have it all as Gotham’s caped crusader! Well, except parents. They kinda died in front of your eyes when you were 8 years old, which led to long-lasting psychological problems, which is probably why you dress up as a giant bat at night and go about beating the crap out of people. But hey, look, a utility belt!
However, after reading this new infographic from MoneySupermarket.com, which painstakingly picks apart the true cost of being Batman, your dreams may be shattered in an instant (yay!). It seems that any real-life Batman adventures would in fact consist of popping on a balaclava, stapling a beach towel to your shoulders, driving around town in a rusty rental and thwacking troublemaking teens over the head with a baseball bat (maybe that’s why they call you Batman). All I can say is this: that Bruce Wayne, he’s lucky he’s a multi-billionaire. [Read more...]
So, you’ve just written a new blog post. You’ve read it over, read it over again, spell-checked it, inserted images, inserted YouTube videos, attached naughty, inappropriate tags and uploaded it for all to see. It’s a magnificent piece of blogging, armed with the power to inform, entertain and possibly even arouse your readers. But wait… how exactly do you get people to read it?
Look no further than this handy new infographic from DivvyHQ, which also doubles up as a printable checklist. Entitled “12 Things To Do After You’ve Written A New Blog Post,” it takes you through a dozen reliable techniques of boosting up your blog’s view count and attracting valuable readers to your site. Twitter is covered, as are bookmarking sites and RSS feeds, along with a handful of other useful schemes and methods.
The infographic’s creator advises a specific printing style for using it as a checklist, which is explained underneath the infographic. [Read more...]