10 Advanced Google Search Tricks the Pro’s Use
Google. It's arguably the best search engine on Earth. Whether you need to find a new job, or a lawyer to sue your old company for letting you go, Google's got the answer. Because we bet you use it daily (probably multiple times a day even), we've handpicked a selection of search tips to make your searches faster, more efficient, and even more informative. Read on to discover some of the advanced Google search tricks the professionals use. Search within a site. [singlepic id=326 w=320 h=240 float=center] If you already know a specific site to search, you can use the "site: sitename" parameter in ...
Original Company Logos
The Nike logo. The McDonald's logo. The Apple logo. There are good logos, and there are great logos. You can probably identify many of the best ones instantly, perhaps without even a tagline or context clue. But that has not always been the case. Today we have a quick lesson in corporate history, featuring the original corporate logos of some of today's finest companies. [nggallery id=141]
SNL Cubicle Fight
[caption id="attachment_351" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Oh no, not the hole puncher!"][/caption] SNL has done it again with there latest "Cubicle Fight" clip. While I've never been in a full fledged office brawl, I am going to go ahead and imagine that it would be something like this. If you've never seriously considered throwing down with a co-worker, you haven't spent enough time in your cubicle. Keep your eyes open for the hole-punch clippings attack - its rather dirty. That's what she said.
How to Beat that 2:30 Feeling
[caption id="attachment_11327" align="alignright" width="226" caption="The doctor will see you now..."][/caption] The first year of physician residency training is to mental endurance what the Ironman triathlon is to physical endurance. You constantly feel as if you are overwhelmed, futility is evident in the majority of your tasks, and there is always someone ahead of you in the race that is better at what you do than you are. At the end you feel a marginal sense of satisfaction and accomplishment, similar to taking a few jabs from Anderson Silva before being knocked-out in the second round. The more significant residual sensation is ...