An infographic that has more than most of us would ever want to know about the Vuvuzela, including data on its prevalence on Twitter, the sales spike on Amazon the instrument has received, and how sentiment towards the trumpet-like device has shifted.
With the 2010 World Cup started, the hype keeps building every day. So with all the discussion focused on soccer, it’s time for the average American to educate themselves. If you aren’t sure where each team stands, or How the USA is looking, or who the best teams have been in the past, look no further.
While South Africa and the rest of the continent may be pursuing renewable forms of energy, the world's biggest sporting event will have anything but an environmental benefit with a report saying the carbon footprint of World Cup 2010 will be six times that of the last competition four years ago in Germany.
However, it's not just the influx of fans flying in from around the world to see the games, contributing to the footprint, in fact the majority of carbon was caused in the build up to the tournament.
The 2010 World Cup will be one of the most watched events this summer. As such, getting the rights for sponsorship of the event is a huge deal for a company. For those selected, it is possibly the largest publicity event for their company.