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Petabyte Infographic

Do you know what a Petabyte is? If not, watch this video infographic and you’ll learn much more than just the meaning!

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Biking in San Francisco

Have you ever considered riding a bike to work instead of driving? From making you healthier, saving money, and reducing pollution, the benefits outweigh the negatives by a landslide.

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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Watch today’s video infographic, and you’ll think twice the next time you go to throw away something plastic. Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.

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Growing Up

Growing up can be scary, but it’s something we all must go through. This wonderful video infographic is narrated by a child and gives viewers a little peace of mind when thinking about the responsibilities of getting older.

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The Facts About Bottled Water

Do you drink bottled water? Did you know it takes three times the amount of water to produce the bottle as it does to fill it? Take a look at the facts in this video infographic and you may consider buying a reusable water bottle instead.

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Japan – The Strange Country

Today’s video infographic has lots of fun and strange facts about the country of Japan!

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Although most of us think we know what we mean when we say “information,” we sometimes confuse the medium with the message.

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Butter & Marge: A Tale of Two Spreads

Today’s video infographic aims to dispel the myths of the unhealthy side of eating butter. So, which do you prefer: butter or margarine?

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EMR by the Numbers

How much does an average doctor get to keep out of every dollar they earn? How much time is spent on non-billable activities? See why using an integrated electronic medical records (EMR) system that incorporates scheduling, billing, insurance claims management, and patient records goes beyond just proving “meaningful use.”

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Today’s video infographic was created to put some perspective on the invisible but fast approaching challenges and opportunities in the pervasive computing age.

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