The Hectic Life of a Social Media Manager [infographic]

March 8, 2011 |  by  |  Social Media  |  4 Comments
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Before I have spring break I get to do a project for Marketing about being a social media manager. I already know quite a lot about the social media realm, but the amount of time constantly put into work as Social Media Manager is ridiculous. I could defiantly do it, it would be a hard lifestyle to get used to, but I can’t say that facebook and twitter aren’t fun.

I know some parents tell their kids that the amount of time they spend on facebook is a waste of time, but the child can just say they are training for work one day. Back when I only had video games, telling my parents I was going to be a professional gamer never got a good response. Social media marketing is a much more realistic profession. [Via]

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What Does Your State do Best? [infographic]

March 7, 2011 |  by  |  Entertainment  |  2 Comments
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Yay! The weekend is over it is time for another one of those fun and exciting work weeks! Oh well, at least Spring Break is just around the corner, that is if you get Spring Break off. Being from Texas, I have an unnatural fondness for my state, unlike many other states. Something I have noticed about Texans is that there is an enormous amount of state pride, unmatched by many other states. Whether it is because we have such a reach history and such a diverse state or simply because we’re weird it is undeniable that there is a lot of patriotism in Texas.

I never really understood patriotism when I was younger. However now that I am older, whenever someone insults my great state I find myself leaping up in its defense. Patriotism is a word that has lost its true meaning, the world is simply a shell of what it is used to mean. Today, by simply disagreeing with a view you can deemed unpatriotic, it is no longer about having love for your country/state. The reason I speak of patriotism is because today’s infographic is about what each state does best.

Today’s infographic is presented in a very simple manner giving the state name followed by a short description of what is considered to be what each state does best. Some facts are as pleasant as others but there are interesting facts such as South Carolina’s sweet potato production or Virginia’s high amount of high school graduates. [via]

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Cutting the Cable: The State of Internet TV [infographic]

March 4, 2011 |  by  |  Entertainment, Internet  |  11 Comments
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I’m going to start today’s post off with a Netflix ad. No, I didn’t get paid to say this, I really mean it: Netflix is the best thing ever. I just got finished watching the first 8 episodes of Trailer Park Boys… with no commercials! I thought I was a smart ass in the 90′s when I would tape a show and fast forward my VCR to cut through commercials. Now I get to watch High Definition TV within a 5 second buffer period.

The best way to sum up how Netflix works would be magic. Somehow I get a new DVD the day after the old is shipped away from my house. When my internet is too slow and I can’t stream Netflix, netflix will e-mail me and refund those minutes I couldn’t watch TV. What a thoughtful gesture. A company being ‘thoughtful’? Has the world gone insane. I used to see Netflix commercials and think that it would be something cool to have, but it wasn’t something I needed. Well, I really should of been thinking that my regular cable television wasn’t a necessity. If I loose 7 minutes of show time to commercials every half hour, I watch a whole half hour of commercials in 2 hours. Waste of my time!

I guess I am a bit of a hypocrite. For hating commercials so much this post is pretty pro-Netflix. Maybe I can make up this kiss-ass post by offering a cash prize to any graphic designers out there? Okay, I can’t, but the water crisis news network, Circle of Blue, can! They partnered with Visualizing.org to throw an Infographic design contest. If you’re super savvy with Photoshop and could use an extra 5000 bones in pocket this could be for you. The deadline is March 15th so you better get on it, more contest details may be found here.

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World’s Strongest & Strangest Beers [infographic]

March 3, 2011 |  by  |  Entertainment  |  No Comments
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Here is an infographic for the weekend, an infographic on beer. You may not be surprised to learn this, but according to this infographic Europe is the biggest producer of beer at 32.2% of global production. America comes in third at 19%, behind Asia’s 31.7%. The beers on this list are not made of your typical hops, these beers range from chipotle peppers to animal droppings. If you are interested in expanding your beer library I would recommend taking a look at this list. [via]

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Average Student Budget [infographic]

March 2, 2011 |  by  |  Education  |  1 Comment
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As we all know, in today’s world nothing is free or cheap. To do anything in college, or for that matter in life, you are going to have to dish out some moolah. Even reading costs money! And it isn’t even reading you want to do, it is reading that comes out of a 300 dollar textbook that you could care less about. Though you spent those 300 dollars on a useless textbook, when you sell it back, no matter the condition, the bookstore will only give you 70 dollars. Don’t get me wrong, there are good textbooks out there, but those required classes don’t seem to use them.

In case you couldn’t tell by now, I am a college student, more specifically, I am a student at the University of Texas at Austin. Today’s infographic, for me at least, hits pretty close to home. I am a full time student with a job at which I work 20 plus hours a week, and between the two my free time is limited. With my job, loans, and help from home I am able to pay for college and few extra stress relieving activities. In my opinion, this infographic was a little too generous in the discretionary spending section. Although I will admit I spend more in that category than I should, it certainly is not 40% of my budget. The transportation allotment also seems a little low, but that may be because I drive across town to get to my job. That however, is only my opinion, and if you want to see what professionals have to say about student spending, look at the infographic for yourself. [via]

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