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New Yorker Cartoons for Valentine’s Day - The New Yorker

New Yorker Cartoons for Valentine’s Day - The New Yorker | e-commerce & social media | Scoop.it

On Valentine’s Day, it’s important to tell the people you love that you don’t believe in the concept of true love, and that you expect your relationship to crumble with time, as all things do. Just kidding! You should tell the people you love that you’ll never leave their side, and plan to be buried alive next to them when they die. Actually, that’s probably not a good idea, either. Maybe just tell the people you love that you love them, and show them some Valentine’s Day cartoons.


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 14, 12:24 PM

Colin Stokes shares a collection of Valentine’s Day cartoons from the New Yorker.

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Weird New Years Eve Traditions from around the World | Learnist

Weird New Years Eve Traditions from around the World | Learnist | e-commerce & social media | Scoop.it

Most of us watch the ball drop on TV or attend a local party; this year, try a polar bear dip, a bare-knuckle fight, or shooting carbides to ring in the New Year.


Learn about some unusual NYE traditions from around the world, here!...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 31, 2014 9:50 AM

Who knew? Happy New Year and happy curation in 2015 to all!

John Norman's curator insight, January 1, 2015 3:37 PM

Seems that when you really get down to it and want to have some fun we get our gear off!!

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Anatomy of a Cartoon - The New Yorker

Anatomy of a Cartoon - The New Yorker | e-commerce & social media | Scoop.it

It’s well known that cartoonists have very fertile imaginations. Case in point: this cartoon by Joe Dator, which appears in the current issue.


Yet, as it turns out, the surreal scenario envisioned by Joe owes less to his imagination than you might think. I’ll let Joe tell you about it. Take it away, Joe.


“The gondola is based on one I saw at a stoop sale in Queens. They had some nice sweaters, too.”...


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Google Search - What's next? (infographic)

Google Search - What's next? (infographic) | e-commerce & social media | Scoop.it
Hummingbird may be the biggest update in Google Search algorithm in the last 12 years, I cannot help but wonder what will happen in the near future. Will keywords continue to matter as much as they...

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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, October 1, 2013 6:39 PM

This infographic is very funny. I love the creative names. 

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Oh God, People (and #MTV) Are Still #Talking #About #Millennials

Oh God, People (and #MTV) Are Still #Talking #About #Millennials | e-commerce & social media | Scoop.it

Above: some young people in a car, yesterday.


No wonder we're the most narcissistic, self-entitled generation ever: people just won't stop talking about #millennials.


Here's the latest new heap of s*** that pokes and prods at the hapless, buried-in-sane #GenY #millennials who are so diverse, yet so easy to speak for—a new study from perpetually hip MTV, now the Voice Of Two Generations, saying that #millennials love driving and cars and "see car ownership as a way to craft their unique adult identity," which was an actual sentence spoken by an actual sentient human being with actual free will who makes more actual money than any #millennial ever will.


"The study said 82 percent of #millennials find buying or leasing a new car 'exciting,'" in the same way they find paying for coffee with a Vine of a Macklemore concert exciting. It goes on. "The study found 87 percent of #millennials said they enjoyed customizing things to make them unique.


The study found 72 percent would rather give up texting for a week than surrender their cars. The study found 72 percent of #millennials enjoy the smell of their own farts. The study found 102 percent of #millennials think Edward Snowden is a slang word for a new type of ecstasy. The study found 369 percent of #millennials would rather give up the use of their testicles than give up the chance to use #hashtags to search for #CocaColaLife coupons on #Ello."...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 24, 2015 9:55 AM

Phil Hill does a wonderful take out on marketing to Millennials. I wonder if Millennials order more take out food? #Justwondering? Recommended reading. 9.5/10

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People Are Laughing at Your LinkedIn Profile

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Dear LinkedIn Member,

People are looking at your LinkedIn profile, and they’re laughing at what you, in a public forum, have decided to present as your professional identity. Last week, five people (who chose to remain anonymous) scrolled through your hobbies and skills and broke into fits of laughter at each one.


When they looked at your employment history, noting the various part-time jobs and internships you thought it would be a good idea to include, they were almost in tears. I mean, come on—you like playing racquetball and you list “social media” as a skill? What does that even mean? You know what Twitter is and you own those weird-looking goggles?


Somebody give this man a job! Seriously, we hope that you have actually found a job and are not, in fact, starving to death because you are incompetent


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 18, 2014 11:29 PM

It's Sunday. Thank God for The New Yorker.

Amanda Cunningham's curator insight, October 19, 2014 12:46 AM

All Star or No Star?? It's Your Profissionable Identity - You Decide.

Professional Profiling needed? I can assist you @ammmanda2014.

 

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The Biggest Bullshit Job Titles in TechTech | Valleywag

The Biggest Bullshit Job Titles in TechTech | Valleywag | e-commerce & social media | Scoop.it

|Last week, the chilling visage of David Shing was thrust upon the world. Equally horrific was his job title--"Digital Prophet." That's something you can be for a living? Yes, and there are plenty of other make-believe jobs out there, too.


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