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London 2012: Avoiding the Olympics [Infographic]

The UK has been buzzing since the announcement that London is hosting the 2012 Olympics. At this point, many Brits are feeling Olympic overload. So how can someone skip out on this summer’s Games? We have you covered.

London 2012 Avoiding the Olympics Infographic

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European Football League Comparison 2011 [Infographic]

Categories for comparison, here and on the website include UEFA ranking (UEFA coefficient), European titles won (Champions League, former European Cup, Europa League, former UEFA Cup, former Cup Winners’ Cup) as well as average goals per game in every league, the probability of games ending without goals, as draws / home wins / away wins, a comparison of average football player age across the European leagues, the percentage of players currently playing in a country they weren’t born in, and also various stats about stadium attendances.

 

European League Comparison 2011 Infographic

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Top 50 toys of the last 100 years [Infographic]

If a child of 1910 could glance at today’s toys, he or she would likely be confused by the endless games consoles, gadgets and TV-inspired toys. Back in the early twentieth century, the teddy bear was the most popular toy, followed by train sets and construction-themed toys. There was not an electronic device in sight!

However, you can see definite themes running through the popular toys of the past 100 years. For example, although the construction-based toys faded from fashion for a while, in the 1980s Lego became a must-have toy. And the board game shot to the top of wish-lists in the 1930s and 1940s, and experienced another surge in the 1970s – and even today, although replaced in many homes by the computer game, board games are still wheeled out when the family gets together for the festive season!

Top 50 toys of the last 100 years Infographic

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