NSW is currently shivering its way through one of the worst cold snaps in memory. Last night, Sydney temperatures dropped to 10 degrees or under - which was a rude shock after weeks of balmy Autumn weather. While we haven't reached frostbite season yet, it can never hurt to be prepared. This infographic explains what to do when Jack Frost tries to bit your nose off.
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The apps economy is suffering from a growing skills shortage, which can make it difficult to get a new software project off the ground. The good news is that there's still plenty of talent out there — you just need to know where to look. This infographic from UpWork explains how to find and attract a remote development team that doesn't suck.
If you're a frequent work traveller who likes to keep fit, finding suitable facilities can be a real pain in the bum. Whenever a hotel isn't equipped with a gym (a frequent occurrence when work is paying) you're essentially forced between heading to an outside fitness centre or putting your exercise on hold. But there's also another way — with a little ingenuity it's possible to get a full workout inside your hotel room. This infographic explains how it's done.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have already been crowned the best smartphones that the company has ever produced. Mind you, the same thing was said about the S7 and S6. If you're thinking about upgrading your Galaxy S7, you need to know whether the improvements are worth shelling out for. This infographic compares the S8 and S*+ to their respective predecessors.
As any Curb Your Enthusiasm fan will tell you, the secret to getting spilled wine out of fabric is club soda and salt. Unfortunately, the show never did an episode on ink, sweat, coffee or grass stains - which is where this infographic comes in.
Senior staff from the Department of Human Services told Senate estimates on March 2 that the average wait time to speak to a Centrelink operator is 14 minutes and 10 seconds. But this doesn’t match with most people’s experiences of calling Centrelink.
As it turns out, what’s not included in the reported wait time is probably more important than what is.
The latest World Happiness Report has just been released by the United Nations. The top ten was dominated by Northern Europe, with Norway taking out the top spot. The only countries in the Southern Hemisphere to make the cut were New Zealand and Australia - with the former beating the latter. That's right: Kiwis are officially happier and have better lives than their Antipodean neighbours.
There's no shortage of resume advice on the internet, much of which you can find on this very website. The following infographic takes a scientific approach to improving your resume with 18 insights plucked from studies and surveys.
Money management is something most of us could be better at. Whether it's bad budgeting or unclaimed superannuation, there's probably a mistake or two that you need to rectify immediately. This infographic looks at the often painful money lessons we learn during life's journey: from "young and single" to "empty nester".
Flowing Data recently created a chart that reveals the calorie content of most menu items at ten popular fast food chains in the US, including McDonald's, Carls Jr and KFC. While some options are better than others, pretty much everything on the chart is calorie heavy to the point of being seriously unhealthy. Surprise, surprise.
In Australia, most wines now come with twist caps, which makes it much easier to store half-consumed bottles for later drinking. However, once that seal is broken, oxygen, moisture and other contaminants are allowed to get inside which will eventually ruin the flavour. This infographic looks at how long different wine varieties typically last after you open them - from bubbly whites to full-bodied reds.
Frequent flyer points are a fantasy currency that fluctuates depending on how you use them. This makes it difficult to know what they're worth — or whether you're squandering their potential value. This infographic breaks down the dollar value of 1000 points when purchasing everything from flight upgrades to commercial goods.
Pour over coffee is an intriguing alternative to the drip method or French press. As its name implies, it involves pouring small amounts of water through coffee grounds using a carafe and special kind of kettle. This infographic breaks down everything you need to know about brewing coffee the old way.