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u/benlew · 6 pointsr/Infographics

Mindfulness in Plain English is, in my opinion, the best guide to mindfulness meditation available. It is very easy to read and straight forward. It is also is quite thorough and covers most everything you could possibly want to know. Also head over to /r/meditation which is a great resource in learning. Good luck!

u/delrondmaster · 3 pointsr/Infographics

Most will be created by
design graduates who will utilise Adobe suites... Illustrator and photoshop.

No reason why you can't use a less technical program for simple visual information.

All depends on what your end goals are. I personally like the homemade Microsoft paint style pieces as long a they show thought on how best to display the info that makes it easy for the reader to understand.

A decent book that is usable for non designers...

u/catchierlight · 1 pointr/Infographics

It is and I barely understand it, this book does an amazing job of laying out the policies after WWII and how we've gone into nutty denial in maintaining trade deficits .... I HIGHLY reccomend it for anyone interested in this topic or global economics in general. Like I said I got a good healthy understanding of the background from this book but halfway In I got pretty lost, but Im not tremendously smrt ;) still highly reccomend it...

u/Gomestradamus · 1 pointr/Infographics

It would be nice if we could see the numbers a bit more clearly... And a lot of this should be obvious, since it costs a lot less to provide utilities and resources to 10 families living in one building than 10 families living in 10 buildings, all 1/4 mile apart. The problem in America is the actual cost of a home doesn't accurately portray how much it actually costs to live there, so people think their big home in the burbs is such a good deal compared to the comparitively tiny urban counterpart, and then they don't know why the suburban municipalities often don't have enough resources to construct improved utilities, public works projects, etc. I recommend reading The End of the Suburbs by Leigh Gallagher if this topic interests you.

u/conniegrns · 1 pointr/Infographics

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u/Alexraj0 · 1 pointr/Infographics

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u/Pinecones · 1 pointr/Infographics

Upon your recommendation of that piece of literature I decided to see what it was going to cost me to indulge. Turns out Amazon has a kindle edition for free (at least on the Australian portal) :D

I know what I'll be reading tonight!

u/Red_Erik · 3 pointsr/Infographics

I believe many of these graphics are from the Atlas of Middle Earth. It is a great book if you want to geek out on maps.

u/aphanerozoic · 1 pointr/Infographics

I believe the consensus answer is that the western US states are dry due to the rain shadow of all the mountains between the Pacific coast and the Rocky Mountains...

But you do have a point. The presence or absence of forests and woodlands do change regional climates. Woodlands, somewhat like large bodies of water do reduce temperature extremes. Read this book -- it tells the story of how the deforestation of New England between 1620 and 1820 MADE the stones rise to the surface (cleared land freezes, so stones rise from frost-heave, woodland soil doesn't usually freeze). No Europeans in New England: few stones, lots of trees. Europeans move to New England: clearcut all the trees, farm intensively, more and more stones appear at surface, 200 years later, farmers create 250,000 miles of stone walls in New England. Then the farmers packed up in the 1820's and move to points west (mostly towards the Ohio River Valley by riding the Erie Canal). Remaining Yankees get jobs in mills, or fishing or whaling...

Today New England is again full of trees (they do come back if allowed). But the all the stones and stone-walls make the whole region unsuitable for large-scale agriculture.

u/iamagainstit · 2 pointsr/Infographics

if you find this interesting, check out this book it is a collection of mathematical models describing the shave of various pastas.

u/daedelous · 2 pointsr/Infographics

Um, Tim Burton's 1989 Batman movie did not use that overdone version of the logo. Just look at the cover of the movie.

u/AngelaMotorman · 1 pointr/Infographics

For more detail, see "From Altoids to Zima:The Surprising Stories Behind 125 Famous Brand Names". It's a funny read, and the author could use some book sales support, having lost 70% of the family income this month when Newsday killed his wife's science column after 27 years (see end of post). So buy a book, already.

u/efflixi · 2 pointsr/Infographics

This seems terribly inaccurate for some things. 6gbp for a GB of CD's? That's roughly $10 for less than 2 cd's... You can get 100 disks for less than twice the price listed on there.

u/axepig · 3 pointsr/Infographics

Your website's PC

PS4+Star Wars Battlefront

Xbox One with Gears of War


The GTX 950 alone is 200 bucks. Also you don't even have an OS, you don't have a monitor and your PSY is really shit tier. A shit PSU can break your other PC parts I would never suggest someone to get a Bronze level PSU. Oh and also you don't have peripherals but I'll let this one slide because you can get cheap ass keyboard and mouse for like 10$.

Stop the bullshit with cheap PCs, it does cost a decent ammount to get a PC but it's miles better than any console because you can do so much more than just gaming. I think you can get away with a 600$-ish build with OS and monitor and everything and play some modern games but saying it's cheaper than a console is utter bullshit.

u/ummmbacon · 1 pointr/Infographics

>The great bulk of deaths under Mao's authority were during the Great Leap Forward in the late 1950's/early 1960's. He certainly bore some responsibility for the famines during this period, but adverse weather conditions, poor communication, and plain incompetence were also at play.

"During the Great Leap Forward, Mao and his leadership colleagues took specific decisions that led to mass starvation. They perpetuated a system that encouraged people to tell lies about grain production and discouraged transparency, making starvation worse. When the whole leadership (not just Mao) was confronted with Peng's criticisms, they rounded on the critic and allowed the policy to continue for another two years. That was the moment at which the leadership lurched into criminal irresponsibility. It may not have been murder or genocide but it was an unconscionable decision nonetheless.."

>Also, the figures for Mao Zedong are taken from the absolute top estimates from his greatest detractors.

And even at 45 Million, which are estimates for the Great Famine between 1958 and 1962, he still beats out second place by 2x.

Most of it was due to the government structure, and Mao's/The Party's overall insanity. Tombstone:The Great Chinese Famine, 1958-1962

Some NY Times Review and excerpts from The Guardian Review:

"What Yang found is worth knowing. One of the most devastated provinces was Henan, in central China. Henan had known famine before; the province was at the centre of the horrific hunger that struck during the second world war in 1942-43, killing some 3 to 4 million people. The policies of the Great Leap led to a new desolation in the province. Reports uncovered by Yang make evident a cycle of starvation and violence: a file from 1959 tells of one farmer who was "harshly beaten" because a small piece of beef was found in his home; he died six days later. A woman who was found cooking grain was "subjected to group struggle" for stealing; bound up and soaked in cold water, she too died shortly afterwards."

The ideology of the party knew the scope of the suffering, but did not do anything. They were ignoring the deaths to try and prove how well China was doing compared to the rest of the world.

"For a while, it was possible to think that the leadership had not understood the full level of the catastrophe in the countryside. The shattering of such illusions came at the Lushan conference of 1959. Peng Dehuai, one of the great marshals of the Chinese civil war against the nationalists, was a strong supporter of the Leap. But the discovery that people from his own home area were starving to death prompted him to write to Mao to ask for the policies to be adapted. Mao was furious, reading the letter out in public and demanding that his colleagues in the leadership line up either behind him or Peng. Almost to a man, they supported Mao, with his security chief Kang Sheng declaring of the letter: "I make bold to suggest that this cannot be handled with lenience." Peng was sent off into political obscurity. While there were minor adjustments to the Leap policies, the fundamental flaws were not addressed, and millions more continued to die until the formal abandonment of the programme in 1962."

Furthermore the Cultural Revolution followed much of the same course, Mao pushed the students to purge the party using violence at his direction.

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