Infographic was originally published at Custom Writing.
Terrorism has been around for centuries, but we are still unable to prevent such things from happening. Maybe some of our counterterrorism measures have considerably slowed it down, but they still exist. If the policies that restrict and ban people, tighten surveillance, and prohibit everyday things are unable to ensure everyone’s safety, then perhaps it’s […]
You may be surprised to learn that the running shoes that are so common and fashionable today, haven’t been always this comfortable and stylish. Back in the day, the running shoes were actually mostly made by tire companies. They were also very clunky, cumbersome, and could even make your feet bleed after running for a […]
– If you can have only one car and have a regular-guy amount of money to spend, it’s hard to beat the tenth-generation Honda Civic performance models. These three Civics cover the $ 22,000-to-$ 35,000 zone right at the heart of the affordable new-car market, and each comes equipped with a crisp-shifting six-speed manual transaxle. It’s […]
When it comes to modern living, there are so many things we take for granted. We sleep in warm and comfortable houses, while keeping our food fresh and refrigerated. We have screens in our pockets and throughout our homes that help us to connect with our friends and family – and we can drive across […]
Thomson Reuters In the late 1700s, it was the start of the battle of stock exchanges: in 1773, the London Stock Exchange was formed, and the New York Stock Exchange was formed just 19 years later. And while London was a preferred destination for international finance at the time, England also had laws that restricted […]
Today, we know Bill Gates for his philanthropy and a massive $ 84.9 billion fortune. However, fewer people remember his younger days. From hacking early computers at the age of 13 to his love-hate relationship with Steve Jobs, here is how Gates went from childhood nerd to a multi-billionaire. The Bill Gates story Today’s infographic […]
There you are again – scouring listings, submitting your resume for the nth time, and sending follow ups in hopes of grabbing your next job. You may land an interview or two, but they most likely ended with the dreaded words: “we’ll be in touch.” Nobody likes to play the waiting game, especially when it […]