Feeling good about being one of the first devotees to purchase Apple's latest gadget? Well here's a real reality check: If you had spent lets say the price of a $5700 PowerBook G3 250 on Apple stock instead, you'd have $330,563 today, cash-in-hand.
That's what UC Berkeley computer science major Kyle Conroy put together in this thorough spreadsheet of the amount of money consumers would have gained if they had purchased Apple's stocks in lieu of its products.
Famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has been known to offer explanations of things we don't quite understand, such as how heavy is Thor's hammer, and many more. Key & Peele's spoof of the man is astronomically hilarious. Read more
Here's the gag reel which can be found in the bonus features on the DVD and Blu-Ray when it's released on October 2. It features tons of bloopers, and all the impromptu bad lines and jokes. Check out a teaser below: Read more
Sales. It's all about a numbers game. Hit up as many prospects as possible. Go in hard, straight to the point, and leave quickly if things aren't looking good. Some people use the jerk approach. And while it doesn't work on most people, it will at least work on some. Plus, it makes for a hilarious read. Check out this guy's tactics. Read more