Mac vs. PC: Who’s Really Winning?

August 24, 2014 |  by  |  Tech  |  13 Comments
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Last week, I finally took the plunge and bought a Mac. After my ancient 10 lb. Toshiba laptop finally died after a long five year run, I felt like I deserved a nice, lightweight laptop. I started doing research about a month ago on the best laptop to get, but I finally bought it on impulse last week after a reassuring call to a friend with the same laptop. All it took was a quick credit check and a three minute wait before I had my laptop in my hands and happily sauntered out of Best Buy.

I still have my hesitations about this Macbook Air. You see, I’ve always been a PC girl. Sure, the Mac is sleek, light, and pretty… and has so many apps I’m sure I haven’t discovered yet. But that’s just the thing. I have no idea what I am doing with this machine or what it is even capable of. My fear is that I won’t utilize it to it’s $1000 worth of potential. OR heaven forbid, it breaks!? So naturally, I consulted an infographic to try and organize the pros and cons between a Macbook and PC to try and rationalize my fears. So far, I feel okay. We’ll see how the next few days go with this trendy machine, and how it treats me. Hopefully I’ll still write my next post with the same Macbook Air! [via]

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World Octopus Day [infographic]

August 23, 2014 |  by  |  Animals, Holiday  |  1 Comment
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Before we begin, World Octopus Day is actually October 8th, but I’m just preparing you all so that you may celebrate these amazing creatures when the time comes.

Octopuses (contrary to popular belief, “Octopuses” is the correct plural, not “Octopi”)  are my favorite animals. They’re intelligent, they change colors, they can change shape, they have eight legs, and they can kill you. Not really. I just wanted to scare you. Unless we’re talking about the venomous blue-ringed octopus, which has been responsible for at least two human deaths. In fact, all octopuses are venomous. They inject their prey with venom through a beak, which is made up of the same stuff as a lobster shell.

These aggressive creatures are all muscle. Ninety percent of their body mass is muscle. They also have three hearts. I guess you’d need three hearts if you laid 100,000 eggs. The average litter is actually only about 80 eggs, but still, momma’s gotta have enough heart to distribute equal love.

There are 300 recognized species of octopuses. The giant pacific octopus can weigh up to 60 pounds.

I guess the only drawback to being an octopus is that each of their suckers on their tentacles are sensitive to both touch and taste. So whether they like it or not, they have to taste what their grabbing on to.

I hope you’ve learned a lot today. I’ll see you on October 8th. Party at my place. Bring your own octopus. [via]

 

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SWEEPSTAKES: Life Hacks Infographic Poster Giveaway

August 22, 2014 |  by  |  Mind-Blowing  |  1 Comment
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We are giving away this infographic poster (pictured below) from Kickstarter: Life Hacks & Guides by Alexander Croft! Simply Like or Share our Facebook post to win this awesome poster!

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Celebrity Engagement Ring Rip Off: What They’re Really Worth [infographic]

August 21, 2014 |  by  |  Entertainment, Retail  |  2 Comments
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My brother Jay, founder of Daily Infographic, is getting married just next week. Although it will be the greatest day of his life, the price tag for such an event isn’t cheap. Venues, catering, staffing, photography, and many more elements go into a modern wedding. These costs pile up, and without a good wedding planner, there is a chance you’ll get burned by the price.

The costs of a wedding start way before the big event. The first day you start to research engagement rings brings the reality of the sheer financial cost of a marriage. Spending thousands of dollars on a engagement ring is the norm nowadays. Getting the right price for the ring is another story. Today’s infographic takes a look at the ridiculous amount of money A-listers spend on engagement rings for their significant others.

Two of entertainment’s best each spent five million dollars on an engagement ring. Holy cow. Why not buy your spouse their own freaking island instead of a rock for their finger? I would much rather have 23 acres in the Pacific than an accessory.

I know there is a lot of meaning behind wedding bands, and finding the right one takes a lot of time and money. Do your research and make sure to get the most bling for your buck. [Brilliance]

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How To Disappear Online [infographic]

August 20, 2014 |  by  |  Internet, Lifestyle  |  5 Comments
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Time to put your tinfoil hats on, folks. There’s no doubt that everyone’s out to get you, so now is a better time than any to lay low for a bit.

Maybe you got bored between shows with your crude, fantasy-inspired metal band, and burned down some churches as part of your Neo-Nazi manifesto. Perhaps you started a flame war about the new Taylor Swift video on Neopets, and strangers across the country keep sending pizzas to your house with a vengeance. It could just be that you want a clean slate with social media because Aunt Sharon is leaving some of the lamest comments on your pictures. Whatever your reasons may be, I’m not here to judge; I’m here to help. It can be a bit tedious if you want to get really comprehensive about it, but the bulk of what you can do is actually pretty simple and painless.

In this day and age, a lot of our culture exists and derives from the Internet. There’s no shame in being sentimental about it, so queue up some music for the added hazy, melancholy theatrics, and welcome to your new low-key lifestyle!

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