Pyramids

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Source: History

When hearing the word “pyramids” most people would think of Egypt. But did you know that most pyramids in the world aren’t in Egypt, and many of them aren’t even close? There are thousands of pyramids around the world, some of them taking hundreds of years to construct. This infographic goes over what pyramids are, how they were built, what they were built with, and where you can see them.

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From Vinyl to Vinyl in 50 Years

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Source: Music Bed

Isn’t it interesting how things that were in style a long time ago can suddenly be all the rage again? Vinyl records has been one of those things. I have several friends who now purchase almost all their music in vinyls, and have shelves and shelves of them. This cool infographic shows how vinyl records went from a new and cool music playback medium, to an outdated one, and now back to the coolest new trend.

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Too Late to Learn?

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Source: Funders and Founders

Dragging your feet through school and feel like you’ll never get where you want to go? Think it’s too late to change directions and do something you really love? Feel like you’ll fall behind if you try? Think again. Some of the greatest thinkers and most successful people in history didn’t start doing what they were famous for until later in life. This fantastic infographic shows some of these individuals, when they started, how long it took them to get successful, and how long they remained so.

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A History of Western Typefaces

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Source: Mashable

One of the most important (and often least noticed) aspects of a good presentation is the typeface. From the initial creation of visual language to the thousands of fonts we have in use today, pioneers of visual communication have altered and created new ways of sharing and taking in messages. This cool infographic has an awesome timeline from the year 100 AD to Google, Facebook, and the many other types we have today.

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