Category Archives: Life

How Facebook Can Get You Fired – Infographic

fired-for-facebook_52670117e4bd3We’ve all heard the horror stories about employees lashing out on social media about their jobs. This infographic shows how social media can carry heavy consequences for both employers and employees.

7 in 10 adults use social media, and the average person spends 15.5 hours per month on Facebook alone. This gives ample chances for employees and employers to create some large social media blunders-especially when 1 in 4 don’t manage their privacy settings.

Some states have created laws to protect employees and employers, but the laws in each state differ. While the First Amendment protects you from legal consequences, it won’t protect you from having to pay the piper after a rant on Facebook. Continue reading

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Failure Is Unimportant…

Personal Finance: Managing Your Biggest Asset, Your Home – Infographic

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For many people their home is their biggest asset. With that fact in place, it is important to maintain and grow your asset.

This infographic will help you learn the five key financial metrics and associated tips to managing your home finances.

Source: HomeZada

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Three Minutes With A Berkshire Billionaire – Not Warren Buffett

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Meet The Baby Panda The Shutdown Left In The Dark

Crazy Stuff About Social Media Crime – Infographic

social-media-and-crime_5245d2ee1d7e4Did you know that 81% of Internet-initiated crimes involve a social networking site? This statistic is pretty unnerving to think about, especially since the majority of people in the U.S. maintain active accounts one one, if not multiple, social media sites.

This infographic has some crazy numbers and facts and with all the warnings about internet crimes, one wouldn’t believe what people still do.

Source: Instant Checkmate

Social Media: Important Stats And Facts – Infographic

social-media-2013Social media became important to all of us over the past few years. It refined the way we communicate, how businesses market their products and services, how we receive our daily doses of information and it created hundreds and thousands of new other ways we do things.

This infographic shows why social media and its platforms is so important. Have a look at the stats and facts.

Source: Mantas Malukas

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Inside Google Translate – Videographic

Have you ever wondered how Google Translate creates your translations? Check this out.

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Is Social Media Killing Social?

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Parenting And “Ballz”: Hey Daddy, Size Does Matter

Cyber Crime: Top 5 Affected Countries, Facts And Numbers – Infographic

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Cyber crime is costly for all of us. In 2012 people lost an astonishing amount of money because of cyber crime. And there is an upward trend.

Have a look at this infographic and see the 5 top affected countries and some facts and numbers about cyber crime.

Source: TopTenReviews

Humor: Celebrity Battles On Twitter – Infographic

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Oh, celebrities. What happens when the rich and famous figure out that they can broadcast their every thought out into the world immediately via their cell phone, without the intervention or advice of their manager, publicist or other PR staff? Celebrity Twitter Battles, that’s what happens.

Have a look to see what’s going on.

Source: HostGator

Personal Finance: 10 Reasons Why You Should Have Long Term Care Insurance – Infographic

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When people hear they should buy insurance, they usually turn around and walk away.

Buying stuff, especially insurance, is a horror for most people. What these people might miss down the road is shown by this infographic. Have a look and make sure you are covered.

Source: Acsia

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Was This Miley Cyrus Moment Too Racy for MTV?

Billboard Editorial Director Bill Werde discusses Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance as well the business of MTV’s awards show. He speaks with Stephanie Ruhle and Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Frequent Sex Equals Higher Income: Study

On today’s “Off The Charts,” Bloomberg chief markets correspondent Scarlet Fu looks at a recent study that found that the more sex you have the higher your income. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)