20 Animated And Interactive Infographics You Have To See Everyone loves infographics, sure, but static infographics are a bit old hat now. With so many infographics out there, it’s easy to overlook a lot of infographics with good content just because they just don’t stand out from the rest of the pack. And, if you’re a designer, you’ve probably racked your brains trying to figure out how to attract viewers and create infographics that do stand out from the rest. Well, one of the ways you can do that is with animated infographics. Animated and interactive infographics, especially those designed using HTML5, are quite possibly the future of infographics. Here’s a list of 20 animated and interactive infographics that you can enjoy and find some inspiration from. Recommended Reading: 25 Interesting Infographics For Your Inspiration The Complete History Of Social Media. Hungry Tech Giants. HTML5 & CSS3 Readiness. The Evolution Of The Web. Plugging In: How Small Businesses Use Technology. Web Browsers & Resolutions. Evolution Of Insight. Inception.
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World Public Library Medical product guide MERU | From disabilities to possibilities Gnostic Society Library: Sources on Gnosticism and Gnosis Almost all of the several dozen internet sites with collections of texts similar to our own obtained their material by directly or indirectly copying some files present at the Gnosis Archive. Ours was perhaps the first major collection of such texts to appear on "the web" in 1994, and thus has served as a source for others creating "their own" collections. Unfortunately transcription errors, typos, and primitive HTML formatting were present in the massive amount of material added to the Gnosis Archive in our first years; in a repeated process of "copying" they have been very widely propagated around the internet. Over nearly two decades we have made many corrections to these texts. It appears that few of the sites copying material from this collection have taken the time to read, edit and correct the texts! This is of course exactly how the manuscript tradition has propagated errors in the past centuries, though with vastly different technologies of reproduction.
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CFD Consulting as a Career Not too long ago, someone asked me a question about making the transition to a CFD consulting position. If you are already using CFD as a regular part of your work, maybe you are thinking about the same thing. Is it for you? In my case , I worked for several years on the development and support of the Wind-US CFD solver . I have found working as a consultant to be extremely rewarding. One important factor which made this possible for me was a fairly large research contract from the U.S. Every consulting company is different in the way they handle hiring a new employee. If you do get a CFD consulting job, my recommendation is that, regardless of which type of company has hired you, try to bring in your own contracts. So how about you? In the case of my company, we are almost always looking for partners when we put in proposals (we're too small to do it all ourselves). Take an inventory of your skills. Obviously I can't do more than scratch the surface of this subject here.
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The 100 Best, Most Interesting Blogs and Websites of 2015 UPDATE: 2016’s list of the top 100 websites is out now! Check it out. Every year I release a list of the best, most interesting blogs and websites I have encountered in the previous 365 days that I think other people should know about in the coming 365 days. I’ve done this for 3 years straight—this will be the 4th. As in years past this post was literally 1 year in the making (although it took a mere 2 days to organize and assemble). So far this year DailyTekk has rounded up and ranked the 100+ best Instagrammers, the 100 best YouTubers, the 100 best Pinners and the 100 best Vine accounts of 2015 How do I choose which sites make the cut? There’s more to this article!