You never know when useless trivia will come in handy. Did you know there are 19 billion chickens running around right now? That’s almost three chickens to every one person. Here are some more fun facts about chickens in this infographic from Snapple (yes, the drink company):
In this annual report, the Electronic Frontier Foundation examined the policies of major Internet companies — including ISPs, email providers, cloud storage providers, location-based services, blogging platforms, and social networking sites — to assess whether they publicly commit to standing with users when the government seeks access to user data.
S0, how do some of your favorite companies stack up? Twitter and sonic.net are the only two companies who met all six criteria examined by the EFF: warrant for content, tells users about government data requests, publishes transparency reports, publishes law enforcement guidelines, fights for users’ privacy rights in courts and fights for users’ privacy rights in Congress.
Download the complete Who Has Your Back? 2013 report as a PDF.
From Business Insider’s article, 12 Tasks That Killer Employees Always Finish Before Noon, based on the American Psychological Association journal’s study, Emotion, I give you my visual interpretation:
Are you a high performing employee?
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With data from Dunkin’ Donuts and CareerBuilder and infographic design from Ryoko Iwata, I give you, the most caffeinated careers in America. [insert booming announcer voice]
Results from Dunkin’ Donuts and Career Builders’ annual survey on U.S. coffee consumption trends in the workplace showed scientists, PR pros and education administrators are java junkies.
Other tweetable findings include:
- 46% of all U.S. workers claim they are less productive without coffee. (tweet this)
- 61% of U.S. workers who need coffee to get through their day needs 2 cups or more each day. (tweet this)
- Judges, attorneys and hotel workers are most likely to take their coffee black. (tweet this)
I fall into the PR pro category, yet I’m not a coffee drinker. What about you?