How Energy Efficient Buildings Work [Infographic]

Another infographic that is RELEVANT to my interests!



I just find these things so very interesting and provocatively helpful; it’s an image, but organized in such a way that you’re led on a journey across, up, down, and along the image.  The jackpot at the end of the rainbow?  You learn something!

For instance, let’s learn about How Energy Efficient Buildings Work!


Choosing A Light Source [Infographic]

I love finding these things late at night — and from a friend of light, of course!!!  I was thrilled to see this infographic made by Pegasus LightingChoosing A Light Source!

I love these infographics for one reason and one reason only — they were developed by the generation that rules the internet, and they are actually proven to spread more knowledge

Brad, I promise that I am not going to post eleventy of these things in a row, I know the rules, please don’t hit me again!  


What the #$%& is Amber Drift? [Infographic]

A few months ago, I received an email from a reader about explaining the phenomenon of Amber Drift.  I was feeling froggy, so I figured I’d make an infographic to attempt to give a simple explanation to this phenomenon.  Happy FRIDAY!

If you click on the image, it’ll open up in its original large size – so check it out!

How Big is GE? [Infographic]

I found this infographic about General Electric today that I found pretty interesting – Do YOU know how big GE is and how big it has become?  I didn’t know that it was one of the original 12 companies from the original Dow Jones.

Check out the infographic from PartSelect – I’ve resized it here, but if you click on it the image opens up full-size.

Dangers of Natural Gas [Infographic]

I just ran across this great infographic about how Natural Gas compares to sustainable forms of power generation and collection.  It’s pretty eye-opening; even Uranium mining looks fairly attractive when compared to natural gas, and that’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve heard all week.  I’ve posted a 650px version of the infographic, but this thing is beautiful and informative – so go to check out the original!