Zombie Businesses: Four Companies That Came Back To Life

November 26, 2012  |  Business  |  No Comments

In today’s economy it’s not uncommon to hear about companies going under. Some of our favorites have come and gone, while others have, against all odds, stood the test of time. There are four companies that stand out from the rest, that near the brink of death, were ressurected and brought back to life. Read More

Theres Nothing to Drink but Clean, Filtered Water!

November 25, 2012  |  Environment  |  No Comments

Ah water, the crystal clear scientific mystery that we can’t live without. It refreshes us when we’re hot; a warm bath soothes us when we’re achy or cold.  Water is the substance that is absolutely irreplaceable for us. Of all the water on the Earth, we fragile humans can only use 1% of that, yet, our bodies are composed of water by a whopping 70%, so don’t be wasteful.
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Android App Distribution: Achieve Maximum Exposure

November 22, 2012  |  Technology  |  No Comments

The app market is extremely competitive where only the best survive. Even the most innovative and creative of apps never make it off the ground simply because if the volume of apps being created and ignored every day. What make yours any different? Well assuming that you actually have developed a useful and interesting app, you should already have a headstart on your road to app fame.

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Men in Pink Collar

November 20, 2012  |  Business  |  No Comments

In today’s society, gender roles in work field are becoming obsolete. The term “pink collar” was popularized in the 1970s to describe jobs which are service-oriented jobs traditionally occupied by at least 70% women. However, today’s men are opting for these jobs in their non-traditional fields. Almost 30% of full-time female employees work in pink collar occupations such as nursing, teaching, social work, administrative assistance, and dental hygienist.
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Black Friday: Behind the Numbers

November 18, 2012  |  Financial, Shopping  |  No Comments

One of the most fascinating days in the shopping world is Black Friday. Customers love the amazing deals, and business owners love the incredible profits. Black Friday takes place the day after thanksgiving, and is billed by retailers as their “big sale” day. Every thanksgiving day, people all over America receive special fliers containing all of the sales that will be found in stores the coming day. After dinner, many people suit up and get in line at the store they saw the most enticing deals at, getting ready to wait through the entire night so that they can beat everyone else to the best deals available.
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How Expensive Are HIPAA Violations – Infographic

November 15, 2012  |  Educational, Health  |  No Comments

“The High Cost of HIPAA Violations” is the title of a well-designed infographic dealing with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 2009. The regulations include both civil and criminal penalties that can be quite stiff. For example, the maximum penalty for a criminal violation is 10 years imprisonment and a $250,000 fine.
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Home Maintenance Tips to Help Avoid Common Home Problems

November 11, 2012  |  Educational, Home  |  No Comments

Your home, like your car, needs regular maintenance to avoid costly problems and even just to keep it safe for everyday living. The following infographic points out some major problems around the house, of which, you should be aware. These tips can help you stay ahead of common potential problems.
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Student Loan Debt: How Big Will the Bubble Grow?

November 5, 2012  |  Educational, Financial  |  No Comments

Most young men and women now use student loans to finance their college educations. The amount of student loan debt in the United States is now over one trillion dollars which means that people need to take the matter of repaying their loans very seriously.
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