Nearly 20 Percent Of Young Adults Use Their Smartphones During Sex: Survey
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Here’s a definitive sign that Americans have taken multitasking way too far: They’re looking at their smartphones while doing it.
Nearly 20 percent of young adult smartphone owners in the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 34 use their smartphones during sex, and nearly 1 in ten U.S. adults who own smartphones use them during sex.
The survey from Harris Interactive on behalf of start-up Jumio did not ask respondents what they are “using” the phones for. Perhaps there’s something much more kinky going on here. Probably though it’s just a lot of people surreptitiously glancing at their iPhones to see if they got a text or a new comment on their Facebook post.
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Category: Social, Technology Tags: Arts and Entertainment, Comedians, Comedy, Entertainment, Fred Figglehorn, Gangnam Style, Independent, Lucas Cruikshank, Philip DeFranco, Recordings, Ryan Higa, Shane Dawson, Shopping, TubeMogul, Video, youtube
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You know that people are making money from YouTube (and that YouTube is making earning from videos), but do you know just how much revenue that the ads on YouTube videos generate? The average person who makes a YouTube channel earns around $2 per 1,000 views. This might not seem like a whole lot, but it’s also a passive way to earn money; video makers post videos that may get more and more views over time. Super, you may be thinking, but are people seriously making a living from this? Yes, indeed they are.
Category: Social, Technology Tags: boss, Employment, facebook, Facebook Boss, Facebook Boss Survey, Facebook Friends, Facebook Friends Boss, Facebook Survey, Facebook Work, Friends, Oregon House of Representatives, Should You Be Facebook Friends With Boss, social media, SodaHead, twitter, YouTell
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There are certain people it can be awkward to friend on Facebook. It’s not always the best idea to be friends with parents and coworkers on Facebook, but there seems to be a consensus that there is one person you should never friend-request: Your boss.
According to a survey of 722 people conducted by survey site SodaHead and anonymous feedback site YouTell, 81 percent say you should not be Facebook friends with your boss. Slightly more men than women said it was OK to friend your boss, and those age 25 to 34 (college-age kids when Facebook first appeared on campuses) were the most comfortable with the practice. A parallel survey that asked whether or not you should be Facebook friends with your co-workers was split: 55 percent said yes and 45 percent said no.
Lower case ‘a’ from Adobe Caslon Pro, superposed onto some guides. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
While it is true that the use of interesting fonts may be a delightful activity for most of the graphic designers, one needs to remember that a thin line exists between a fun typographic character and something that is unreadable and undesirable.
Nothing can be worse than the scenario where one has completed a project and then realizes that all the efforts have gone in vain. Follow the below listed rules and ensure that your typography meets the accepted levels.
1.) Do not fall into the all caps impulse :
In most scenarios when one is dealing with some design, it usually happens that one forgoes the essential grammar rules and tends to write in capital letters. One perceives that this trick will work and the content will be more readable and attractive.
Category: Technology Tags: Business and Economy, Complaint, Customer, Customer service, e-commerce, Electronic Products, Flipkart, Footwear, Home appliance, india, Online shopping, yebhi
The world is competitive and so is the online world. In fact, the competition in the online world is even stiffer. Online stores not only enjoy wide popularity but they do face wider criticism. While promotions through media and through various channels in internet can make an online store grow pretty fast, reviews from customers’ could make or break their day. It is owing to the fact that reviews play a crucial role in the decision making of the customers. Yebhi has won many positive reviews in its short stint and it needs to be seen if it has the versatility to stop Flipkart’s progress.
Category: Social, Technology Tags: Credit card, credit card fraud, Debit Cards, Frank Abagnale, Phishing, Rokusek, St. Louis, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, United States, Visa, Western Union
A credit card, the biggest beneficiary of the Marquette Bank decision (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
How’s this for a phone call you don’t want on a Sunday night: Visa’s fraud unit, calling to ask whether you’re aware that $1,371 has been wired from your bank account via Western Union.
Lisa Rokusek was definitely not aware of this transaction, since she hadn’t initiated it.
As it turns out, Rokusek, a US woman from St. Louis, Missouri, should have been wary of that phone call, too, if the caller did in fact claim to be from Visa’s fraud unit, as originally reported in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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