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Attack of the Africanized Killer Honeybees

Bees. We’ve all heard horror stories about people who are allergic to them. There’s even a phobia based around them. Are there more reasons to feat them than we even know? At least in one case based upon a mistake that a replacement beekeeper made in Brazil, there are potential challenges ahead of us in […]

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Holiday Toys Over the Decades

Board games, Lego, and Mr Potato Head are dead. They’ve been replaced by virtual variations, gadgets, gizmos, and Sing-a-ma-jigs. Yes, Sing-a-ma-jigs. Oh, how things have changed. Click to enlarge. Story by Automotive SEO.

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29% of Americans are Engaged with their Jobs

It’s sad, but this number shouldn’t surprise anyone. If anything, it may even seem high depending on where you work and what your opinion of your employer is. With 52% saying they’re not engaged and 18% saying their disengaged, one might wonder what it really takes to motivate employees. If one were wondering that, our […]

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What Saving Money Really Looks Like

keeping more of your take-home pay is more than a way of surviving a tough economy; it can also be a powerful statement about getting off the work-spend treadmill, rejecting the greedy and sometimes even predatory practices of some financial institutions and corporations, and becoming more self-sufficient overall. Here’s what saving more of your money […]

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What it Really Takes to be an “Expert”

Every professional activity requires a combination of education and experience for people to be considered “experts” in a field. How many hours does it take to be an expert in litigation? What about poker? Knitting? This infographic by Udemy takes a look at some common activities and what is required to achieve a true level […]

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The United States Ranks “Below Average” for Social Justice

Compared to the rest of the world, the United States ranks surprisingly low when it comes to “social justice” metrics. Those watching or participating in the Occupy Wall Street movement would only disagree with the surprise-aspect of the graphic. They’re aware of the problems facing Americans today. Still, it’s amazing to see some of the […]

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America is Still a Coupon Country (thanks to the internet)

Gone are the days when groceries only cost a few dollars and paper coupong only lived inside the purses of old ladies hoping to save a few pennies. In today’s floundering economy, coupon use is more popular than ever. Losing the stigma it once had, couponing is simply a smart way to shop. It turns […]