How to Manage Your Online Identity for Future Employers

This guest post is contributed by Bailey Digger. She writes on the topic of web design degree. She welcomes your comments at her email id: baileydigger189(@)gmail(.)com.

The Internet has opened doors that we never even knew existed a few decades ago – today, it is easier to find a job because of the abundance of opportunities online. Job forums and portals allow both job-seekers and employers to post their resumes and jobs respectively, and it’s easy enough to find employees and employment if you offer the right salary and working conditions and possess the right qualifications respectively. However, there is a downside to this convenience, one that could ruin not just your reputation at your current job, but also your future prospects in the industry as well. What most people forget when it comes to the Internet is that there could be disastrous consequences when they don’t use it responsibly. Click to continue reading…


Snaking your way to the top

So, you’ve finally made it out of college alive. Congratulations….Not!

As you walk out of the hallowed halls of your university, scroll in hand, remember that in order to make your mark and grab your destiny, you have to be ready to do what it takes. Get ready to get down and dirty, play rough and scratch out a few eyeballs in the process (and that’s all in a day’s work).

It’s a dog eat dog world out there (and if you haven’t figured that out by the time you graduate, your college education was for naught!)

Get ready because sometimes in the real world, you gotta play it big and crafty…think Frank Underwood from House of Cards big and crafty.

Play the game right and this could be the greatest moment of your life. You are a full-fledged money making drone/productive member of society and the sky’s the limit.

Unfortunately some little people may have to serve as your stepping stones/footstools as you climb higher and higher.
Tread lightly; this is a strange world you’ve ventured into.

Survival is key in the workplace and all is not as it seems.

You thought college was bad?

1. Internships

Freshie/fresher/freshman…whatever the hell they called it where you went to school? Yup, you’re back there again. Regardless of whether you got hazed during your orientation period, you can almost count on getting hazed while paying your dues as an intern. Click to continue reading…

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Avoid Dating Danger With Safety Tips For Your Next Date!

This is a guest post by SpyTown’s Security Camera Systems make you feel safe knowing you’re armed with the camera equipment that will keep you as secure as possible!

College is one of the few times in your life when you’ll be surrounded with a large group of people all around your same age, in a similar life situation, and facing the same stresses and triumphs. It’s no wonder why college is a great time to embrace the social aspect of college and go on a few dates here and there, with an emphasis on dating within your comfort zone, and always feeling safe with your date. We’re not your parents, and we’re not here to preach to you, but all of us at Home Security Cameras know a thing or two about safety and security, and we want your college days to be only safe, happy, and memorable!

Meet Up.

It’s always nice to have a date pick you up, but for the first and second dates where you’re just getting to know him, ask him to meet you for your date. This way, you’ll have your own car in case you need to make an early exit, or just simply don’t feel comfortable with your date. There’s no reason to feel “bad” if you aren’t comfortable – safety should always be your first concern, and your instincts are usually right on! Click to continue reading…


The Video Game Marching Band

The following video is the best marching band we have come across. It appeared during the Cal vs Stanford game in 2007. If you grew up in the 90s, most of these will be familiar to you.

The games are featured in this order:

  • Pong
  • Tetris
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Pokemon
  • Zelda
  • Super Mario

[Thanks to Ning for sending us the video.]

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