Economic Freedom & Quality of Life

Economic Freedom and the Quality of Life is a short, informative video centered on the ideas of economic freedom and the societal benefits it produces. The video helps explain what economic freedom is and why it’s key to improving society.

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Facebook vs Google +: Who owns the Internet?

So, who is winning the social network war: Google + inner circles or Facebook’s friends? While Google + doesn’t come anywhere near Facebook’s 750 million active users, it has shown some legs with its ten million users in just two weeks. Check out a blow by blow comparison in today’s video infographic.

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Socialnomics 3

Erik Qualman, creator of the world’s most watched social media series comes back with version three of his Socialnomics video infographics.

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The Cost Of Dropping Out

NPR has produced the above video infographic on the costs to society of high school dropouts. Consider the facts: * The unemployment rate for people without a high school diploma is nearly twice that of the general population. * Over a lifetime, a high school dropout will earn $200,000 less than a high school graduate […]

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GOOD: Jailbirds

An older infographic video but still relevant from GOOD. There are currently more than 2.3 million people incarcerated in the United States. What does that look like, exactly? That’s equivalent to putting the combined populations of Miami, Las Vegas, and Minneapolis behind bars.

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Reinventing the Toilet

Four out of 10 people worldwide don’t have a safe way to poop. An admirable goal of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is to change all that. Flush-less toilets perhaps? Let’s see what they come up with.

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Water Changes Everything

Many of us take seemingly simple things in life for granted. If you didn’t have clean water, you wouldn’t be complaining about the price of Netflix. charity: water has created a good piece on the dangers of nearly a billion people in the world living without clean drinking water, along with ideas on how to […]

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Why Comic Con fanboy favorites become box office bombs

What’s Trending and Column Five deliver a good infographic on Comic Con and how the box office hype doesn’t always come to fruition. The question is: Will studios keep coming to the geek fueled festival even if it doesn’t mean big bucks? Only time will tell.

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New Reddit Video Infographic Community

Love Reddit? Love video infographics too? Well, we’ve got the thing for you. There is a new subreddit /r/VideoInfographics dedicated for lovers and creators of video infographics and motion graphics – we’re looking for a few good Redditors to help join and grow the community. Interested? Inquire within.

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iPhone Fireflies of GPS Data

While seeming to be a bit too long and could benefit from a hot track playing in the background, still a very cool visualization of some 880 iPhones and their GPS data in April 2011.

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