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iRig Mic Field at CES 2015


Advertise Here We spent a some quality time with our friends at IK Multimedia at CES this year  – One of the products we focused on was the iRig Mic field.  This is a product that we hope to have in our hands for a review in the short term but for now, please take a look at the following …

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Go To McDonald’s – Pay With Lovin’


Maybe I’m extra sentimental right now because my oldest child, my daughter, turns 13 tomorrow. That’s pulling at my heart strings a bit, but this right here has me as well. February 2nd through 14th, 2015 McDonald’s will be randomly selecting patrons to pay for their meal with – Lovin’ The participants will be chosen “at randomized, predetermined times” between …

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Enter if You Dare. The Danger of Fake Reviews


Online reviews can potentially help consumers choose businesses with excellent products and customer service. Unfortunately, it has become difficult for people to trust the reviews they read online. By learning more about fake reviews, you can spot them and take your business to more trustworthy locations. Where Do Fake Reviews Come From Research from the Harvard Business School shows that …

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Live with Eric: Interview with Brooke Anne Smith

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I have to say that out of all the interviews that I have done, my interview with Brooke Anne Smith was the most enjoyable. Brooke was not only physically beautiful she had the personality to match. This petite young woman from Colorado was so down to earth and full of energy. She really made me feel comfortable about interviewing her. …

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5 Must Haves for Your Christmas Party


Aside for being the season of giving, ‘tis also the season for Christmas parties. Whether it’s the annual office shindig, family gathering or White Elephant gift exchange with the gang, one thing is for sure – spirit and cheer is in the air. Should you decide to throw your very own Christmas Party, here are five must haves that will …

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Your Kids Might Have a Self-Driving Car

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While there’s no timeline on a flying car, a self-driving car is certainly in your kids’ future. At least, that’s the direction that many automakers and a few other manufacturers are headed. How soon will these autonomous cars show up in the mainstream marketplace? At least one automaker is saying 2020! The Visionaries Automakers that are developing self-driving cars are …

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Future of the Music Industry


The music industry is a fickle one; just as patterns begin to emerge in consumer habits and industry standards, old ways of doing things give way to new approaches. After a decade of ever increasing sales of digital downloads, the future of the music industry is, in some ways at least, once more a mystery. Changing Habits Define the Marketplace …

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Review – Super Secret Crisis War! Volume 1

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SPOILERS BELOW – Today we take a look at a volume from IDW Publishing and Diamond Book Distributors wherein the writers combine characters from several Cartoon Network shows in to one story line for their own version of Secret Wars . The shows? – Ben 10 Dexter’s Laboratory Powerpuff Girls Samurai Jack Ed, Edd n Eddy My synopsis bad guys …

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Who Drinks The Most Wine? [Infographic]


Who drinks the most wine per capita?  Who produces the most wine?  You might be surprised at the answer.  France is near the top of all these lists, but they don’t come in first place in any of them.  The United States consumes the highest percentage of the world’s wine supply, while Vatican City consumes the most per capita by …

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Comic Costume Battle – Marvel or DC?

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The folks over at ThinkGeek polled their Facebook fans to find out what would be the most popular comic company this Halloween – with over 5000 responses, here are the results.  I planned to be over-the-hill Wolverine 😉 and see that he did not make the list this year. Please share your costumes with us at @infotainnews!       …

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Where Should Hair Transplantation Be Performed?


Hair transplantation is accepted as a surgical process. In today’s conditions the surgical processes are performed in hygienic standards and hygienic conditions.No matter how good the blood build up in the scalp, the infections and deterioration can occur in case of having different contagious diseases as a result of interaction with environment. The hair transplantation performed in improper conditions can …

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Hottest Celebrity Models and their Brand Endorsement

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As supermodels become more and more famous, they reach a celebrity status and with that, comes great brand endorsement offers. As a matter of fact, many of today’s hottest celebrity models are endorsing top brands all across the globe. It would be impossible to list all the lovely celebrity models and their brand endorsements, but here are four of our …

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How To Get Paid [Infographic]


Have you ever gone through a stack of paperwork at the end of the week just to discover a stack of orders that never made its way to your billing department?  Now the invoices will be going out at least a week late, and payment will be expected even farther behind that.  It doesn’t have to be that way, though. …

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The Outlook of the Healthcare Industry


The healthcare industry is rapidly growing in the US. Nearly 8 percent of the US workforce is employed by US healthcare. Whether you’re looking for a career as a doctor or a surgeon, it’s beneficial to be informed of the job rate in the healthcare industry. Here are some important trends that will help get you started. Growing Industry: New …

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Tailgating In America [Infographic]


College football and tailgating go together like peas and carrots.  Every college has tailgaters, but some go the extra mile.  Does your alma mater’s stadium parking lot feature fried alligator or fully decked-out tailgating trailers?  You might be missing out. Several schools extend their tailgating traditions into nearby bodies of water.  University of Washington, University of Tennessee, and Texas A&M …

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SLS Las Vegas is OPEN


SLS Las Vegas, the culmination of a years-long, $415 million dollar renovation of the legendary Sahara, opened its doors today welcoming the public back to the North end of the iconic Las Vegas Strip. A fully-integrated, entertainment-driven resort and casino with more than 1,600 guest rooms and suites, SLS Las Vegas features a curated collection of hospitality industry trend setter …

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What It Takes To Be A Great Customer Service and Call Center Agent [Infographic]


For most businesses, customer service is the key to success. As a rule, companies who put effort and care into their customer service call centers have happier and more loyal customers. And yet only 31% of companies take a good look at the quality of their call centers, help train employees, and reward them for customer service improvement. Businesses that …

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How Auto Transmission Works


Do you know how the auto transmission of your vehicle works? Most people do not pay much attention to their transmission until it has a problem and fails. Understanding how auto transmission works will make it easy for car owners to learn how to correctly maintain it. The Torque Converter The main area of focus of a transmission is the …

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Pro Tips For Selfies [Infographic]

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The reason so many people dislike selfies is because there are so many bad ones out there.  We all know someone who posts ten awful selfies every single day.  But we should know someone who posts one great selfie every once in a while.  If you don’t know that person, become that person. You can own the selfie game with …

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