6 Reasons Why The Future Is Terrifying
The kind of future that we often see in movies like Terminator and Minority Report have got more than a few of us concerned that the human race is destined to crumble as a result of the technology that we have created. And while that will probably not happen anytime soon, everyday people are developing new and unfamiliar technology that can sometimes make the future look like a terrifying place.
5 Ways To Break Your Texting And Driving Habit
Just one look at the stats lets you know how dangerous distracted driving is. Most of us know how bad this problem is, but it's all too tempting to take a look at that text in the car. In that few seconds that you took to look down at your phone, however, it could be too late.
10 People You Find In Every Workplace (as Told By GIFS)
If you’ve ever spent any time in an office, then you know that while people may be complex and dynamic when away from work, once the punch in they turn into a walking caricature. Don’t believe us? Well, take a look around your workplace, and see if you can spot...
9 Things Women Wish Didn't End So Quickly
Women are often characterized as the more patient sex. From an evolutionary standpoint, it makes sense why they would be (especially if you’re going to carry around a growing fetus for nine months). However, there are a few experiences that pass by way too fast.
A Cultural History Of The Snuggie
It is not often that an item from an infomercial takes off quite like the Snuggie did. And when you consider that it is nothing more than a blanket made out of fleece material with sleeves, the meteoric cultural rise of the Snuggie is even more head-scratching. However, strange as it may be, the Snuggie has successfully inserted itself into the public consciousness over the last few years, generating a cult following and becoming an important part of pop culture history in the process. And to think that it all started with a 2-minute infomercial.
5 Reasons To Use PDFs For Everything
If you have spent any length of time online, you have probably encountered a portable document format (PDF). These incredible file formats allow you to capture images, crazy fonts and formatting and display it on any operating system, browser or platform. They are like a printed document that you can view, create and edit on your computer. There are some magnificent benefits for individuals and businesses who use PDFs every day. Whether you are a job applicant who wants a more readable resume or a business who wants to publish a guide to a product, the PDF is an important file format to understand and utilize.
5 Reasons Why Switching To PDF Files Was The Best Decision I'd Ever Made
Finding the right format to save your document in can be a headache, I say this because I know form personal experience. You have to pick the most popular file format to ensure that your office documents can be sent, received and subsequently read by the right people. The problem I used to run into is that I'd end up saving a document as one format, then one or two higher-up people in a company couldn't read them. I became so desperate that I began to save my documents as image files, as those were the only things that it seemed like most people could read. The good news is that there's a wonderful format called PDF that allows you to save your documents in a way that allows you to later edit them, but only if you have the proper rights to do so. Here's five reasons as to why you should convert to PDF instead of using another proprietary document format for all your document needs.