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The History of Saturday Night Live – Infographic

I can count on one hand the number of full episodes of Saturday Night Live I’ve ever watched…well maybe two hands. Conceptually I like the show, but I was always doing other things on Saturday nights that kept me from watching. I’d maybe watch a re-run back in the day and in recent years would…

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Who’s Winning – Mac or PC? [Infographic]

I’m a Mac. My conversion began around 2009 when I started doing more event coverage for a former job. The need stemmed from having aligned systems with my cameraman so we could edit video faster.  Since the change, the only time I’ve looked back is when I wanted to play computer games. Now keep…

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Obscure Music of the Last 114 Years

Music, Data and a Little Spare Time Will Get You Interesting Results

One of the things I find to be the most amazing about the Internet is how people have spare time to create such interesting content. I know it’s my own time management because of TV or video games, but thanks to the wonderful World Wide Web, you can find anything from video mashups to movie [...]

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How Big is the Internet

Just How Big is the Internet?

I can’t be the only one who’s wondered this at some time, right? Don’t leave me hanging, people. You’re just like me where you find an interesting article, see something related that you click on, then 2-3 hours later, you realize you’ve gone down the rabbit hole of the world wide web and…

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How to Be the Most Organized Person in the World – Infographic

Talking about organization during the summer almost feels like a paradox. On one hand, you want to relax, goof off and enjoy the warm weather doing as little as possible. On the other, it’s a great opportunity to use the extra time (assuming such a thing exists) to get some of the less organized…

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How Much Do You Know About the 4th of July?

One of the cool things about data is that you can find it anywhere if you dig deep enough. It’s nice that the “Seagate message” about preservation resonates with companies who are able to pull together interesting factoids about pretty much anything. While the 4th of July is a US holiday, if…

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The Internet is Many Things, But Did You Know…

There’s a lot of good out there on the Internet. Sometimes it feels like you have to dig really deep for it, with all the cat pictures and all but once in awhile, you can find some nuggets of informational goodness that makes the world a brighter place. This infographic courtesy of Zanifesto is…

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Consumed By Data? You’re Not Alone

As I write this blog, I’m streaming music from my Spotify, while occasionally checking our Facebook and Twitter feeds as well has having an IM conversation with a friend about why Transformers: Age of Extinction is 2 hours 45 minutes. So yes, if you’re being consumed by data, you’re not alone.…

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Where Should You Keep Your Data?

Data is growing at an astronomical rate and aside from completely shutting down email, photos, media and expense reports, there’s nothing that we can really do to stop that. I had a recent chat with the Marking Manager for Seagate Central where we were talking about some cool stuff coming down the…

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Identity Theft

Should You Be Worried About Identity Theft?

Maybe. Backtracking a moment, I recently made this post about the recently released video game, WATCH_DOGS.  I won’t reiterate too much about that game, but suffice to say, after I saw this infographic on identity theft, I thought that it was pretty appropriate to highlight given some of the…

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