Archive for April, 2012
I found the satellite photo below of North and South Korea at night very powerful. It’s the illustration of a discussion about the book Why Nations Fail on the Planet Money blog. Why Are Some Countries Rich And Others Poor? : Planet Money : NPR via kwout
I liked the way to reduce complex economic concepts to simple drawing that everybody can understand: Minimalist Econ Posters : Planet Money : NPR via kwout Minimalist Econ Posters : Planet Money : NPR via kwout For a deep definition of inflation, you can go there.
FT Alphaville published an article about car components from a study by Bank Of America-Merrill Lynch. Here are some facts: The average car costs $14 350 (sum of the components) in 2011 whereas the cost was $11 100 in 2000. Only 3 countries have suppliers for all the component categories (USA, Germany, and Japan. 3 Component systems [...]
The full comic is available after the jump: This is the web right now – The Oatmeal via kwout
The article referenced below presents a deep description of browser cache. And there is actually a shortcut to clear browser cache that works for IE 9, Firefox and chrome: CTRL + SHIFT+DEL Everything You Need to Know About the Browser Cache [MakeUseOf Explains] via kwout
A study on how the recruiters look at resume shows that the most important items are: Name Current company and Title Previous company and title Previous position start and end date Current position start end date Education How recruiters look at your resume via kwout
How to Decode Body Language « The Secret Yumiverse via kwout