Movies don’t show everything. While motion pictures tell some story, they never detail everything like for example, whether super villains eat, or do they bathe or poop, and they certainly won’t give you a hint of what it took to build the Batcave or Hogwarts castle, and how much real world money they would cost – if they were to be built in this non-fictional world. Continue reading The Cost Of These Iconic Pop Culture Structures Will Blow Your Mind
Woah… the world’s most iconic tiny figure, LEGO minifigure (AKA minifig) is officially 40 years old. But it is worthy to note that the big 4…0 is starting from the time where the minifig you knew today began. In actual fact, development of this little figure start way back and the first, bizarre looking LEGO building figures were introduced in 1974 and then in 1975, LEGO stage extra were introduced, but they were a face and had no moveable limbs. Continue reading Here’s An Infographic From LEGO To Mark The 40 Years Of Minifigure
I still can’t believe they actually made a movie about emoji. I know right. How is it even possible? I mean, inanimate objects that we attached with text messages are being turned into living, talking heroes? I know, with over 5 billion emojis being sent everyday, there is no doubt that emoji super huge, but a movie, really? Anyways, speaking of the ridiculously number of emojis being sent on daily basis, one couldn’t help but to be curious about what are the most commonly used. Well, to be honest, we don’t have the numbers for the world, but we do have the stats for the U.S. Someone managed to find out which emoji is the most used for each of the 50 states. Continue reading The United State Of Emoji Map Reveals That Poop Is Much Loved In The U.S.
Thanks to Marvel Cinematic Universal, the interest for comic book superheroes has never been higher and it doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon – more so now that the two comic book powerhouses are fiercely vying for a chunk of the lucrative movie pie. Annual sale of literatures like comic books, trade paperbacks and magazines have definitely been in a decline up till the late 90s – due to financial woes and changing distribution method. However, there was a graduate increase in the beginning of 00s’ which was clearly a positive side effect of the various movie adaptations hitting the theaters and also the improve distributions in the digital media age. Continue reading Infographic: The Evolution Of Some Of The Most Iconic Superhero Vehicles
You may have heard about a recent controversy involving a certain super model and an international beverage company. Said ad involving a Miss Jenner successfully diffusing a protest by offering a police offer a Pepsi, was swiftly pulled from circulation amid cries that it was tone deaf. This inspired us to do a little digging. Turns out Pepsi’s competitor Coca-Cola has been taking a strong stance on political issues for decades. Below are a few of our favorite successful campaigns. Continue reading Infographic: Why Collectors Still love Vintage Coca-Cola Ads Today
We’ve seen a lot of technological advancements in recent years. Our previous article about the Amazon Echo showed just how far we’ve come when it comes to smarter technology. The same advancements are happening in the healthcare industry too, with new tech such as EHRs (Electronic Health Records) and digital medical imaging allowing doctors and health service providers to perform better under different circumstances. Continue reading IT In Healthcare: Staging A Better Future (With Infographic)
So, Imperial sympathizers know how much it takes to built and operate an AT-AT necessary for their galaxy domination and you, as a Rebel Alliance supporter, or should I say, mercenary, will need to know how much it is to built and fly a Millennium Falcon that will make the Kessel Run in 12 Parsecs. Obviously, to built and fly a Millennium Falcon is far from cheap but unlike AT-AT or the Death Star, at least it has no known obvious weaknesses and it is totally practical with pluses like the ability to carry loads of cargo while going at speeds and it even has hidden compartments to help evade enemy searches in the event you managed to get yourself into that situation. Continue reading This Is How Much It Would Cost To Build And Fly The Millennium Falcon
You know how mail trucks in Stateside looks like, but have ever imagine if those 200,000 plus vehicles were something else other than the slow, aerodynamic-defying boxy vehicles? Can you imagine say, for example, a Hummer or maybe even a Nikola One Semi or a Tesla Model X was used as a USPS delivery vehicle? Well, I guess you don’t need so much as to imagine at all cos’ a South West London-based financial institution has already did in a recent blog post. Continue reading What If USPS Has Hummer Or Tesla As Part Of Their Delivery Fleet?
We heard of a story about a Chinese artisan who was so immersed in his work that he never stopped to drink water until break time and when he do drink, he drank only Chinese tea (and he was a very old man, btw). Strange. Perhaps, it was his passion tea and his preference of not wanting to enjoy the beverage he love under the sun where he worked. So, I imagine beer devotees would be more or the less be the same even as they jet set around the world. Continue reading This Is How You Order Beer Like A Local In These Countries
So, you are a Empire-wannabe who think you are ready to take on the Rebel Alliance? Well, we have got news for you. It turns out, it is not going to be cheap. Lets start with the iconic battle workhorse, AT-AT which can come in handy when taking down Hoth system (but watch out for those nasty Snowspeeders). Ok, maybe AT-AT is a war machine that doesn’t really make sense, but it does look pretty awesome and it can ferry lots of troops and offers you, the commander, a breathtaking view of the battlefield. So, it has its pluses. Anyways, lets get to business, shall we? Continue reading This Is How Much It Would Cost To Build And Operate An AT-AT