Why it Sucks to be the IT Guy [infographic]

December 19, 2012 |  by  |  Tech  |  9 Comments
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“Have you tried turning it off and then back on again?” That must be the number one solution supplied by IT guys and gals around the globe. It works 99% of the time, and no one ever thinks of doing it. IT personal are an essential part of modern business and with technology improving year by year, and now the IT department is under more pressure and given more responsibility than ever.

In the past the CEO, CFO or the CMO was usually the biggest decision makers, now the Chief Technology Officer, or CTO has a say. Keeping up-to-date software, reliable internet bandwidth and consistently having to repaire broken computers are just some of the day-to-day activities of an IT dude that make them so important.

Being a ‘nerd’ or ‘geek’ isn’t an insult anymore – it is a way to make a living. These geeks we grew up with and made fun of now are technology directors at the world’s biggest firms. They make more moolaa than we ever will, and understand the workings of digital media better than the rest. Always respect your IT guy, she may save your ass one day. [ORSYP.com]

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Roasting a Turkey [infographic]

December 18, 2012 |  by  |  Food, Holiday  |  1 Comment
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The holiday season is upon is! It is time to trim the tree, deck the halls and cook the bird. If you haven’t trimmed the tree or decked the halls, you may want to get moving. Christmas is in a week. But you still have time to figure out the perfect way to cook the bird. That is unless you are defrosting a 20-24 pound bird in the fridge.

As a novice chef who usually eats an avocado for lunch and pasta + ragu for dinner, cooking a turkey seems like the most daunting task. Lucky for me, I still spend Christmas with my parents. At their house. With their cooking. But for the more grown up, and for future me, this infographic is a must-read.

Figure out your guest list, buy an appropriate sized turkey, choose your defrost method of choice (refrigerator if you buy your bird in time, cold water if you wait until the last minute) and cook her up. Happy holidays, and let them eat turkey! [Via]

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Nintendo MBA: Gaming Success [Infographic]

December 17, 2012 |  by  |  Entertainment, Gaming  |  1 Comment
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Looking at the state of the video game industry today, it’s hard to believe that it was ever in any sort of trouble. The norm these days is for several huge, big-selling blockbusters to come out every year (i.e. Assassin’s Creed III, Black Ops II, Halo 4, etc.), but it wasn’t always like that. Once upon a time (namely the mid-1980′s), the video game industry was in a sharp decline and things were looking pretty bleak. Not many new games were coming out and industry revenues dropped drastically from $3.2 billion in 1983 to just $100 million in 1985; it seemed like gaming was on its way out. Then lo and behold, a hero appeared in the form of a mustachioed Italian plumber (formerly carpenter) who had a penchant for stomping on turtles: Super Mario (and more importantly Nintendo) was born onto the scene and things haven’t been the same since.

Today’s infographic from MBAonline.com shows us Nintendo’s meteoric rise and how it has continued time and time again to hold its place at the top of Game Mountain. One may not think that Nintendo, with its mostly family-friendly games and devices, has a leg to stand on in the day and age of big-name shooters and sleek, sharp gameplay, but that assertion couldn’t be more wrong. The family-friendly model gives Nintendo an extremely broad, already-built-in fanbase that is hard to compete against. Combined with the fact that their handheld and Wii sales continuously top the charts, it’s not hard to see why Nintendo stands the test of time and continues to deliver.

For more Nintendo info and stats, refer to the infographic below and have a great week! [Via]

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The Cost of the 12 Days of Christmas [infographic]

December 16, 2012 |  by  |  Mind-Blowing  |  1 Comment
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You guys. This. Has. To. Be. The cutest infographic. EVER. Basically just as cute as emphasizing words with periods! And, let’s be real. I am all about the cute and holiday combination. I jam out to that stuff! The song that inspires this infographic used to be one of my favorites when I was a wee little one. I guess you could call me a romantic because I was incredibly fond of the idea of a true love giving me things. So, this infographic is both nostalgic (for me, at least) and clever.

But it really is pretty crazy how much our cost of living has increased here in the U.S. Sure part of the rise in cost has to do with inflation, but it’s also because we ask more from the world. I hope that we will be able to recognize the effects of our materialistic lifestyles on animals such as the geese and swans in this infographic! The holiday season is the perfect—and perhaps most impactful—time to be aware of our ecological impact.

Hope your day is a swell one! [via]

 

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The Merry Merits of Milk [infographic]

December 15, 2012 |  by  |  Food  |  5 Comments
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No matter that I’ve drank milk my entire life, whenever I drink it, I always get a sense of childhood. I suppose my milk consumption has gone down in the last few years, but I still reminisce on the mmmmmmm so good cereal tainted milk. A cookie’s delicious taste goes up tenfold when soaked in milk. Milk in mac & cheese can make the meal. Milk with a little chocolate syrup is one of the world’s easiest and most delicious desserts.

Ever since the first ‘Got Milk?’ campaign hit the television, milk companies have banded together to get the word out about their product. Its incredibly healthy, especially for kids, and now with all organic milk the additive ridden drink is a thing of the past. The human race will always be in debt to cows- always supplying one of Earth’s nectars to billions across the globe. I’ll I can say for thanks is mooo.[Milk Mustache]

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