Archive for the ‘Slideshows and Infographics’ Category

  • Halloween Special: 5 Web 2.0 Clues My Wife is Trying to Kill Me

    on Oct 29, 12 • in Slideshows and Infographics, Social Media, The Techlife • with 5 Comments


    Social media provides tools for people to express their mindset or identity. And thank heavens for that because this Halloween season I happened to stumble across my wife's murderous secret life

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  • 5 Reasons Tim Armstrong is Better Looking than You

    on Oct 8, 12 • in Slideshows and Infographics, Tech Peoples • with No Comments

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    Tim Armstrong is the CEO of AOL and former Head of North America for Google, where he joined in 2000. And he is gosh-darned handsome. Here’s why: 5 Reasons Tim Armstrong is Better Looking than You 1.    Hair           Look at that beautiful shiny stuff on top of his head!  It’s so silky and clean – full and luxurious, like mink…which he can totally afford.   2.    Cheekbones That sunken cheek thing he’s got going on here? He’s doing it on purpose. Or maybe he’s not – I can’t tell. But

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  • 5 Former Yahoo!’s Marissa Mayer Should Totally Re-hire

    on Oct 4, 12 • in Media Marketplace, Slideshows and Infographics • with 16 Comments


    Marissa Mayer is making bold moves to re-invigorate the culture at Yahoo! – free meals and new iPhones for all employees to start. But culture begins and ends with people, and Yahoo! used to be known for its upbeat, people-centric culture. Thus it makes perfect sense that she would want to bring back some incredibly accomplished alumni from Yahoo!’s glory days. To wit, there has been much speculation that Mayer is trying to hire ex-Yahoo! and Twitter VP, Katie Stanton (who is also a former White House staffer and an alumna of prestigious Rhodes College

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  • 5 Songs You Don’t Want Spotify Sharing on Facebook

    on Oct 1, 12 • in Slideshows and Infographics, Social Media • with 4 Comments


    Music is a window into the soul. And with Spotify’s “frictionless sharing” onto Facebook, many users are sharing their music – and baring their souls – without their knowledge.   This is neither a good thing nor a bad thing. It just is. And it’s not that you shouldn’t share your music with your friends. You should just be purposeful of what you’re sharing and conscious of what it says about you. (yes, I’ve been working with a life coach) Here are five songs that you do not want anyone else know that you’re listening

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