Believe it or not, one of the most lucrative careers you can undertake from home is that of the full-time blog comment spammer. Of course, I’ve never met anyone who does this for a living, but it must be paying off, or people wouldn’t be doing it. Right? Maybe they’re so rich and successful that they can afford to live atop a private island in the South Pacific…which might explain why we never see them in real life.
Blog spam used to drive me nuts. Over time, though, I realized I had never given these awkward spammers a chance. Turns out, their marginal relevance and conspicuously masked self-promotion are, actually, hysterical.
With my research and proven experience in sifting and deleting hundreds of spam comments, I have unlocked the secrets to successful blog spamming. So, if it’s your life-long ambition to make millions spamming blogs, pay attention. This 6 Step Guide to Super Spamming
(with real life examples from Claris Networks’ blogs) is your guide to spammer fame and fortune!
Apparently, the late “I’m a Mac/I’m a PC” ads have been a long time coming. In this ad from a 1996 MacAddict magazine, Apple celebrates the coolness of its users. And just how cool were these 1996 Mac-lovers? Take a look for yourself.
Everyone knows this guy. Was it an old college roommate? Your techie younger brother? Or maybe, Nick Burns reminds you of your computer guy? Hopefully not. Either way, we’re pretty sure this will get a familiar chuckle.
You’ve heard it said, “Don’t slouch!” But we say, “Why not?!” It’s not all that bad if you do it right. If it negatively affects your productivity, ability to stay awake and your health, yeah, that’s bad. But if you do it right, it can actually increase your work productivity, keep you awake, align your spine and transform your life!
We call it, the Power Slouch. To see what a Power Slouch is all about, first examine a typical, non-Power lame/weak slouch, like this one.
So you've heard the "cloud" term thrown around, and you've probably got a good idea of when to use it in conversation. Past that though, you might be at a loss. Look no further. This graphic contains all you need to know to carry on a quality conversation with the geekiest of IT guys.
Thanks to our friend Jackie from Pyxl for pointing us to this hilarious infographic.