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Workplace Distractions And Interruptions Are Keeping Most Employees From Doing Their Jobs Efficiently

Another sign that a four day work week makes sense. A new survey finds that 78% of full-time workers say they could do their job in under seven hours each day if they could work uninterrupted. All these interruptions are causing us to work longer, considering almost half (45%) of the respondents...
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Extensions That Delete Old Social Media Post Quickly

It is a fact that more employers are searching social media histories before hiring associates and even firing current employees for their poor judgments of the past. Considering Facebook has been around for 14 years, those seemingly innocent post of you out on the town doing juvenile things can...
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WOW Airlines Looking For Traveler & Bestie For Three Month Travel Extravaganza

It is often said that if you dread your job that you should find a new one. An Iceland-based budget airline is looking for an Air Travel Guide. WOW airlines says it's the first of its kind and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a person to travel across Europe and North America documenting the...
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The Media Diet Pyramid

Most people are familiar with the food pyramid, the triangular diagram representing the optimal number of servings to be eaten each day from each of the basic food groups. But it doesn't necessarily have to do with food, at least for one person. A guy named Faris Yakob has developed a Media Diet...
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Resolve To Use Your Smart Phone Less In 2018

The struggle is real! The average person checks their phone at least 85 times a day! So if your New Year resolution is to break the electronic device habit, then we can help with some suggestions. Set your phone to grayscale. Instructions are simple enough and usually are in the settings and...
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Man Taunts Police With A Facebook Challenge And Dozen Doughnuts

Michael Zaydel was a fugitive. The 21-year old man was a wanted man for violating the conditions of his probation relating to a DUI charge. So the Redford Township, Michigan police department took to social media, like many do, in posting a picture of Michael and asking for the public to help...
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The Worst Vacation Picture To Post Online

Most of us find delight in posting our vacation pictures on social media, allowing our friends and family to see what exciting and relaxing things we're doing while they're stuck in the office. And while most of us share these photos, the majority of your friends cannot stand them, according to a...
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Pasco County Sheriff's Office Social Media Post Is Total Embarrassment For A Couple Trying To Start A Family

Law enforcement agencies have found social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, as great way to communicate with the public, but it can also cross the line in turning a low key encounter into a big mess. Take the story of Felicia Nevins, a 26-year-old Port Richey woman who was anxious to start her...
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Sharing Missing Children Pictures On Facebook Can Be More Harmful Than Helpful

Social media has proven that it is a great source to pass along information to a lot of people quickly. Some of the stuff is trivial but many are intended to help each other. For instance you see a post and picture of a missing child. Your instinct is to share it on your timeline in hopes that the...
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Social Media Addiction May Be In Our Genes

Can't seem to keep away from social media? It's not your fault, it's in your DNA to enter the Timeline of Terror filled with political statements, food plate photos and cat memes. People use social media differently and when researchers tried to find out why, they found that our addiction is in our...
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