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Telecommuting Statistics 2014

This infographic on SkipTheDrive.com illustrates the data obtained by our survey that was conducted in November 2014. The telecommuting statistics highlight opinions on how telecommuters feel about their current work environment as compared to when they had to work in a traditional office environment.

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Step-by-Step Guide To The Art of Packing Light

This year alone, air travelers have paid more than $7 billion exclusively in baggage fees. That represents an average of $27 on every bag checked in; that sum can add up to more than $100 per overweight bag. Add to that the 1.90 million mishandled baggage reports filed by angry travelers and you understand why you must take the carry-on …

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Tolkien’s 10 Tips for Writers

This infographic provides inspired writers with the tips from Tolkien himself about what they should do and what shouldn’t, so that they could create a real masterpiece. What is more, the infographic is worth reading not only to develop yourself as a writer, but also to plunge into the fantastic world of the Hobbit and Lord of the Ring. We …

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30 Years of Experience In The Travel Industry

Here is an infographic that looks at the biggest changes in travel over the last 30 years. Looking at our favorite destinations, how we find out about where to book, what we do whilst we are actually on holiday and how technology has changed this process.                      Original Source: http://www.jamesvillas.co.uk/guides/30-years-of-travel

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8 Things Not To Do In Your Quest To Buy A House

One of the biggest mistakes many people make once they’ve put a home under contract is assuming the home is theirs. But, truth be told, it’s not yours until you have those keys in your hand. Until then, there are certain things you need to avoid to ensure your home buying process goes smoothly. Any delays could mean not becoming …

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How Barcoding Has Changed the World

Barcode history began with Joseph Woodland and Bernard Silver as they put their heads together and on October 7, 1952 received the first patent for a bar code type of product. (US Patent #2,612,994).  Though the patent was issued in 1952, it wasn’t until 1966 that the bar code was used commercially. It became apparent soon after that an industry …

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15 Ways After School Can Help Kids In Life

Kids get along in a civilization that requires competence in all things. Parents should not rely that learning is only acquired on the four sides of the walls of class room for the overall progress of the kids. This is the time where everyone should posses an area of expertise and the kids should seize the opportunity. For that reason, …

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6 ways to get your logo

If you have already decided which logo is required for your company, it is necessary to find its creator. Perhaps, you have always dreamed to create a unique masterpiece, and hoped that deep inside you are an outstanding artist. But, perhaps, if you want to create a logo for the company,it  is better not to engage in experiments. To create …

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Real Dangers of TV Tip-Overs

Unfortunately, the number of injuries from TV tip-overs has been increasing over the last several years. Today’s TVs are thinner and more prone to tipping over if bumped even a little bit. Childproofing Experts has created an infographic highlighting the dangers to children if TVs aren’t properly anchored. At this time of year, people are considering buying new TVs, and …

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Teaching millenials: eLearning principles

When in April 2001, MIT announced they would release their curricula for free to the world via Web, this marked the beginning of probably the biggest educational revolution in our history.  Led by a noble idea to make education serve the needs of people living in the digital age, they pioneered the transformation of traditional education.Almost fifteen years later, this …

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