Top 5 Computer Security Mistakes [infographic]

April 4, 2013 |  by  |  Internet  |  No Comments
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I’m sure that a majority of us have fallen victim to a computer hack. And I’m not talking about the silly Facebook status hacks that your co-workers do. I’m talking about your private information being stolen from your computer. I myself had a terrifying situation where I entered a website, and something automatically started to download to my computer. Something powerful went through all of my computer security forces and managed to infect it.

The question is, how do we prevent future attacks on our private digital storage? Turns out, there is a lot we are not doing. Today’s infographic informs us about the top 5 computer user mistakes that leave computers vulnerable to hackers. Simple mistakes such as foregoing updates and having simple passwords can lower your computer’s security. Educate yourself with this infographic and prevent a future computer hack! [via]

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Escape To Whistler [infographic]

April 3, 2013 |  by  |  Holiday  |  No Comments
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Ahhh, the snow-capped mountains of Whistler. Some will say there’s no better place in the world to spend a snow-filled vacation. This oasis of ice and snow is home to only 10,000 permanent residents, but these hard-working Canucks facilitate millions of visitors every year. This skiing mecca is home to the Horstman Glacier, or the reason why skiing in whistler is an almost year-round sport. Until late July, weather reaching into the 70′s greats the vacationer with a slope to ski and a sun to tan.

Aside from the year-round entertainment, lodgings in Whistler are top notch. Secluded town-homes, luxury hotels and convenient condominiums dot the mountainside. Multiple championship golf-courses and a vibrant city night life help keep all types of visitors grinning from ear to ear.

Whistler is a powerhouse of a vacation destination. Families, romantics and skiing enthusiasts flock to this beautiful city in British Columbia not because it is 2nd best, but because it is the best. [Expedia]


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Healthy Living, Healthy Real Estate [infographic]

April 2, 2013 |  by  |  Lifestyle  |  1 Comment
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After a large, large slump, the housing market is on the rebound. House prices are finally rising and a few markets appear to be headed in a strong and healthy direction for 2013. We are finally moving in a positive direction!

Today’s infographic profiles ten all-star cities that are sitting pretty in the 2013 housing market. By analyzing median house and rent prices in cities with strong job markets and low vacancy rates, a solid list of cities emerge. This list is a great reference, with valuable information about each city and and plenty of financials to boot. While I am not looking to buy a home in the near, or even semi-near future, I will be keeping some of these cities in the back of my mind.

As a current Texas resident, I am pleased to see four of our fair cities on the list, including Austin, the fairest of them all. Looks like this might just be a good place to stay put, don’t you think?

The list includes San Fransisco, Seattle, and Omaha, among others. I you are planning a big move to one of these cities, give today’s infographic a quick read! [Via]

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24 Fun Facts About Beer [Infographic]

April 1, 2013 |  by  |  Food, Mind-Blowing  |  3 Comments
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Time for a pop quiz! What common beverage helped start the agricultural revolution, helps prevent kidney stones, and has been around for thousands of years? If you said beer you would be correct. Man’s favorite drink has been around for several thousand years and holds a special place in our history. People’s desire for more beer brought forth some of our most important inventions, such as the plow and irrigation systems which allowed for more efficient farming.

Today’s infographic from foodbeast.com is full of facts and trivia about beer. Beer can even improve your health (in moderation, of course) by strengthening your bones and reducing the chance of kidney stones by as much as 40%.

For more interesting facts about beer, have a look at the infographic below. [Via]

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Easter Facts [infographic]

March 31, 2013 |  by  |  Holiday  |  2 Comments
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Today’s infographic is very sweet because it is almost entirely about candy. Unlike Valentines Day, Easter doesn’t mind if you buy yourself chocolate. You’re not desperate and lonely for doing this, you’re awesome. Easter chocolate sales put both Christmas and our beloved Valentines Day sales to shame. In fact, the only holiday known to outdo Easter in chocolate sales is Halloween. What a startling statistic! What’s more, Easter chocolate comes in forms of bunnies and eggs! What could possibly be more interesting than eating the ears off of a chocolate bunny? Absolutely nothing! If your answer was, “Eating Peeps!” you’re disqualified, because Peeps are gross.

Despite my conviction that chocolate is the most important component of the Easter holiday, I do encourage you to come to your own Easter conclusions. Educate yourself on this sweet little holiday. Understand the role that jelly beans, plastic eggs stuffed with dollar bills, and yes, even Peeps play in making this holiday so special. Additionally, it might be wise to celebrate the true meaning behind the holiday. For those of you that think Easter is the celebration of the Easter Bunny’s birthday, you’ve got quite a bit of research ahead of you.

Happy Easter, y’all!
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