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Bikes of San Francisco
Bikes of San Francisco, Great!
This infographic by loft and garage conversion specialists in Surrey, MPK Lofts, shows home owners and property developers fun and creative rooms to convert their unused loft/attic space into.
Untying the Knot: Divorce in America
As societies and relationships change, the subject of divorce in America remains steadfast. What could be accounting for this rise in divorce? Changing attitudes about monogamy? Marriage in general? Our below infographic seeks to highlight a few key statistics around this divisive topic.
Minding Our Manners: Smartphone Etiquette
"The rules of social etiquette are starting to catch up with technology. A survey of 100 smartphone users by eBay Deals found that 73% of people disapproved of playing mobile games at work (sayonara, Candy Crush), 89% wouldn't dream of talking on the phone during a movie, and 94% were adamant that texting while driving is a big no-no."
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Crossfit Nutrition Poster
On a Diet? Discover facts about the right way to eat through this Crossfit Nutrition infographic!
Where do Japanese us Electronic money the most?
Edy, Nanaco, Pasmo, Suica... While you may not be very familiar with these names, these smart cards are the most commonly spread forms of electronic money ("E-money"), making life easier for millions of Japanese people every day. A recent study showed where Japanese people use E-money the most: ・Convenience Stores 76.1% ・Public Transportation 50.1% ・Supermarket 41.4% ・Vending Machines 40.6% ・Stores inside Train Stations 33.9%
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