Festive and Fun Holiday Facts [infographic]

December 2, 2013 |  by  |  Holiday  |  3 Comments
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Festive & Fun Holiday Facts 

Infographic Compliments of FrontRowTickets.com

 

Each year the holidays come and go, seemingly faster than the year before. The holidays have almost become like an annual wedding for families, with months of planning and preparation leading up to the event, and then in a day or two the celebration happens and it seems to have happened in the blink of an eye. Each year in holiday planning we ask ourselves the same questions. What is the best holiday movie for family fun? What are the top holiday plays? What are the top Christmas traditions? How can I make this year Christmas celebration better than ever?

 

The infographic, Festive & Fun Holiday Facts from Front Row Tickets, is a helpful tool for holiday fun. The

infographic includes top Christmas traditions, the most popular holiday movies and activities to maximize the Christmas cheer. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from Front Row Tickets!

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Tips To Avoid Counterfeit Goods On Cyber Monday [infographic]

December 1, 2013 |  by  |  Crime, eCommerce, Retail  |  2 Comments
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Happy Sunday before Cyber Monday! While this “holiday” celebrates online bargains. The internet makes shopping so much easier by allowing you to have a digital checkout where you don’t even have to get out of bed. The entire internet can be used to find almost any kind of merchandise desired by you and you those you are searching for presents for.

Shoes like Air Jordan’s, purses by Vera Bradley, and phone cases like the LifeProof case, even more importantly name brand medicines are all available for purchase online. These and items like these highly held items are often found on sale on Cyber Monday. But buyers beware of what you are purchasing.

Counterfeit goods are goods that are bought accidentally and can even be dangerous to the buyer. From production to distribution, there are regulations that legally protect the consumer. However, when you purposefully or accidentally buy a counterfeit good, you are shorting yourself the protection of either domestic or global mandates.

Counterfeit goods not only do harm to the general public, but they also harm our producers and the industries they belong to by funneling income away from them. Intercontinental and global initiatives like INTERPOL’s Medical Product Counterfeiting and Pharmaceutical Crime Unit, Homeland Securities Investigations, and many more are teaming up to put counterfeiters out of business. The best way you can help yourself and help our shared economy is to be knowledgeable and educated about potential counterfeit merchandise. [Via]

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Top 10 States With Highest Computer Job Salaries [infographic]

November 30, 2013 |  by  |  Business, Tech  |  10 Comments
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Are you unemployed? Are you in need of a new job? Are you tired of working endless hours for a less than competent salary while taking crap from a slimy boss at a dead-end job? Of course you are. You’re through with being pushed around by “the man” and listening to Tina talk about her stupid dog or her stupid kid. And what’s with the water that tastes like cleaner? I mean, could they purify that stuff a little more? It doesn’t quite taste like Windex yet. Seriously, curse those blue 5 gallon buckets and the distilled “water” within.  It’s time for a new gig. One that meets the cost of living and then some. One that says, “Hey, this guy is important, and he’s perty dern good.”

It’s time to start working with computers.

Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Computers? Puh-lease. Why don’t I just watch an episode of Star Trek and collect anime figurines while I’m at it?” And now you’re thinking: “What is this intriguing opportunity of which you speak, dear Wizard?”

Listen unto me, brothers and sisters; I have been to the edges of the universe, and I have braved the coldest of winds and the driest of deserts to inform you that within employment  in a computer job lies the goblet of life, love, and eternal happiness. In my travels, I uncovered this infographic from the skeleton of a monk, hidden deep within the Tomb of the Holy. Fingernail engravings in the stones that lay beside him read, “He who seeks a $50,000 + salary shall find it amongst computer-related occupations. To whomever shall find this infographic, remember that Colorado has the highest average pay. You’ll want to move there.” [View the entire IT Salary Report]

 

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Behind the Shell [infographic]

November 29, 2013 |  by  |  Entertainment  |  1 Comment
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Not many pop culture Phenomenon last for more than 10 years. When I say Phenomenon I am referring to wildly corny concepts that the general population considered something they will invest money and time on. Media like Alf, Dinosaurs, Thunder Cats, etc. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have not fallen to the same fate as these shows. TMNT was created around the same time as these and, other than a few years in the early 2000′s, they are still running strong 30 years later. Why would a show with a concept as absurd as turtles becoming crime fighters continue to be relevant?

The generation that grew up being into TMNT is growing up and having kids, these kids look up to their parents and want to be interested in the same things that their parents were interested in. The young teenage crowd may continue to love the turtles because they are going through the same angst as each other. Also, The hipster movement of being ironic, different and of enjoying things that seem purposefully bad would be attracted to the goofiness of the show. In the end, the TMNT are still popular because they are lighthearted pizza loving characters who bring us away from this boring world of turtles that move slow instead of fighting crime.

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Happy Thanksgiving! [infographic]

November 28, 2013 |  by  |  Holiday, Lifestyle  |  No Comments
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It’s finally Thanksgiving! Turkey day is my favorite holiday of the year. I love sitting around with my family while we laugh, joke, and eat. Normally, I selfishly forego the whole “giving thanks” part of Thanksgiving,  however, I’m making it a personal point to take time to reflect on how blessed I have been this year.  I have so much to give thanks for: a fantastic new job opportunity, new friends, and a healthy family. Even though my grandma was diagnosed with an unfavorable illness earlier this year, I am thankful she is a fighter and continues to be a high spirited, talkative 75 year old.

Today’s post, brought to you by KRC Research, highlights some interesting numbers about this festive holiday. With topics ranging from “The best part of Thanksgiving Dinner,” to “Unusual things served at Thanksgiving,” this infographic will surely bring up some interesting conversation during your Turkey Day meal. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! [via]

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