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Twitter y empleo #infografia #infographic #socialmedia #empleo

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Twitter y empleo

Twitter y empleo





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Raiders Of The Lost Walmart Dust Off The Original PlayStation

The Raiders of the Lost Walmart are a brave team of retail explorers who comb the world’s electronics departments for surprisingly old technology at surprisingly high prices. Today’s find is a copy of the football simulator Madden that shouldn’t exist, and certainly shouldn’t still be available at its original retail price.


Over on Reddit, there’s another outpost of Raiders, and they recently discovered a pristine retail archaeology find at an absurd price. Let’s observe.



This is not the oldest copy of Madden that we’ve seen on the shelves at Walmart. No, that honor goes to this copy of Madden 2002. This find earns extra bonus points for being a copy for the original PlayStation, though.




by Laura Northrup via Consumerist

10 herramientas para optimizar imágenes #infografia #infographic #design

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10 herramientas para optimizar imágenes

10 herramientas para optimizar imágenes





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Guía SEO para principiantes #infografia #infographic #seo

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Guía SEO para principiantes

Guía SEO para principiantes





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Burglar Breaks Into Restaurant To Cook Himself Crab Cakes

Our expert reconstruction of the crime scene. (photo: Morton Fox)

Our expert reconstruction of the crime scene. (photo: Morton Fox)



Every master criminal has his or her weakness that lands them in jail. Some get caught because they feel compelled to clean out every diamond from a vault. Others can’t resist the temptation of going up a supposedly unbeatable security system. Then there’s the guy in Delaware who was caught robbing a restaurant because he stopped to cook up some crab cakes for himself.

According to Delmarvanow.com (via FoodBeast), the crabburglar entered a Rehoboth Beach restaurant in the wee hours of the night last week, using the time-honored stealthy method of shattering the front glass door.


In spite of his ninja-like efforts to go undetected, someone noticed the broken door and called the police, who arrived to find the man in the kitchen, cooking himself up some crab. He also had a stolen bottle of booze on him, which might explain his behavior.


Because he apparently didn’t have enough crab cakes to share with everyone, the suspect attempted to flee when the officers arrived, but an alley-wide dragnet managed to track him down behind the restaurant.


Police arrested him and charged the 41-year-old with burglary, theft under $1,500, criminal mischief, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.


No word yet on whether he got to enjoy the crab cakes.




by Chris Morran via Consumerist

YouTube: sólo los hechos #infografia #infographic #socialmedia

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YouTube: sólo los hechos

YouTube: sólo los hechos





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Skullcandy Changes Warranty Replacements: Makes Them Easy, Fast, And Generous


It sounds like mid-priced earbud maker Skullcandy has improved their service. We’ve shared stories about the company in the past when their warranty returns were illogical, didn’t disclose geographic limits, or just took an excessive amount of time to ship out warranty replacements. Reader Keith’s experience indicates that things might have changed, though.

He had his earbuds for three years and the receipt was long gone, but he checked in with the company, which offers a “limited lifetime warranty” on products that are defective out of the box or break due to a manufacturing issue. (They also offer 50% off if you’re the one who broke your headphones, which is useful to know if you tend to destroy headphones.) He mailed in his headphones, which did require paying for postage, on July 31st. The package reached Skullcandy HQ yesterday, and today he received an e-mail with a coupon code worth $49 to spend in the company’s warranty replacement store, which he used to buy a newer version of the same earbuds.


“The only stories that I have noticed on the Consumerist regarding Skullcandy have been horror stories,” Keith wrote to us. “My process was both extremely easy and quickly resolved.”


We are delighted to hear when a company with a problematic warranty replacement process changes how they do things, and granting customers credit even for beat-up earbuds is “Above and Beyond” territory. Great improvement, Skullcandy!




by Laura Northrup via Consumerist

Phone Company Routed 911 Calls To Automated Recording Telling Callers To Dial 911


Although consumers in some areas of the United States can now text message 911 in the event of an emergency, it’s always nice to know that calling a real, live human is still an option. Unless of course it isn’t, which was the case for residents of Caddo County, OK, for several months in 2013.


According to a Federal Communications Commission notice [PDF], Hinton Telephone Company “undermined trust and betrayed its customers” when it continued to route 911 callers to an automated message for three months.


To make matters worse, when residents dialed 911 the automated message directed them to “hang up and dial 911 if the call was an emergency.”


An investigation into the issue began in May 2013 after the Caddo County Public Safety Answering System (PSAP) filed a complaint with the FCC alleging that Hinton was not providing basic 911 service to its customers, specifically not routing messages to the call center but to the automated service.


The ordeal began way back in 2002 when, Hinton tells the FCC, the Caddo County Sheriff’s office declined to accept 911 calls from customers because of a lack of personnel and resources. At that time, Hinton says the only feasible means of routing 911 call was to direct the calls to a live AT&T operator who could then connect callers to a list of county emergency offices.


By January 2013, the county had set up a PSAP and requested Hinton to start routing the 911 calls to the center.


Only that didn’t happen. Instead the calls continued to be routed to the AT&T service. However, by then the live operator had been replaced with an automated message, something Hinton says it was unaware of until May 2013.


Yet, the company didn’t take action to correct the problem until early August; a few days after the FCC ordered Hinton to create a basic 911 solution.


“Hinton apparently failed to use reasonable judgment in routing its Caddo County customers’ 911 calls, willfully and repeatedly violating our rules, and created a significant threat to the life and property of the residents of Caddo County, Oklahoma,” the FCC writes in a notice of liability filing. “This is unconscionable and warrants a substantial penalty.”


For its part, Hinton argued that it was reasonable to continue routing the emergency calls because of “technical challenges that limited its call routing options” and because the restrictions prevent Hinton from providing long distance service or operator service.


The FCC rejected that reasoning and implemented a $100,000 penalty against the company.




by Ashlee Kieler via Consumerist

McDonald’s Mistakenly Thinks It Is Loved By Internet, Will Not Be Mercilessly Mocked On Instagram

mcdonalds-sponsored-01-2014 In spite of Instagram’s warm-and-fuzzy, heavily filtered appearance, its users are no less likely to rip others to shreds for their own amusement than anyone else on the Internet. This fact was lost on McDonald’s, which inexplicably thought it could unleash ads on Instagram without being subject to an acid-tongued backlash from users.


AdAge reports that McDonald’s Instagram ads, complete with supposedly millennial-friendly words like “epic” and “bestie,” have not exactly gone over well with the Internet-using youngsters that were meant to be all, “This shiz is rad, mah peeps. Letz go chow down on some McNuggetz and nj0i dem with the bold kick and flavor of the Habanero Ranch dipping sauce!”


But as you can see from the example above, Instagram users aren’t taking kindly to McDonald’s “sponsored” photos showing up in their feeds.


“[W]e are always looking to engage with our guests and fans in fun and relevant ways in social media,” said someone at McDonald’s who presumably has some terrifying, very private method for making it through the day without constantly breaking into tears. “Instagram allows us to share compelling and entertaining photos about our brand, food and more in unexpected and innovative ways.”


Even the McDonald’s Instagram photos that aren’t invading users’ accounts are being pummeled by those who dislike the company (some harsh language in the comments; don’t say you weren’t warned):


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[via AdAge]




by Chris Morran via Consumerist

Curación de contenidos para la escuela #infografia #infographic #socialmedia #education

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Una infografía sobre curación de contenidos para la escuela.


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Curación de contenidos para la escuela

Curación de contenidos para la escuela





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