What Your Smartphone Says About You: Infographic


Below is an infographic about What Your Smartphone Says About You What Your Smartphone Says About You: Infographic was created by the team at CouponAudit Maximillian Garland | Bright Futura Columnist Remember to follow Bright Futura on Facebook, Twitter, or you can subscribe to our RSS feed.  

11 Ways To Be Unremarkably Average

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Below are 11 ways to be unremarkably average. A guide to living and dying a very very boring unadventurous standard life. Please be adviced that following the instructions below will lead you having a C life rather than an A+ life. BTW the illustrations in this post are by Gavin Aung Than @ ZenPencils.com <—— Show him some love   1. Accept what people tell you at face value Don’t explore your spirituality,… Read More

It Is About Time You Learned How To Use Google


People often ask me, How’d you learn how to do _________? To which I often reply with something snarky or sarcastic. Scenario__________________________________________________ Friend/Person: Hey Max, how did you learn how to use Craigslist to sell things?   Me: Well, I gave Craig a call… telepathically. When our spirits connected in the netherworld, Craig was able transfer his memories and understanding of his website via a magical high five. @ _ @  … Read More

How Much Does It Cost To Travel For A Year?


Have you ever dreamt of quitting your job, taking a break from classes, and setting out on a trip to travel the globe? Travel Bloggers Kyle and Briana did just that. For an entire year beginning Feburary 2012, they traveled to 19 countries. The Infographic Below Outlines Their Journey And Answers The Question ‘How Much Does It Cost To Travel For A Year?’   Maximillian Garland | Bright Futura Columnist Remember to… Read More

College Students On The Presidential Race [Infographic]

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What do college students want out of the presidential elections? Are they really as apathetic as everyone claims? What issues do they care about? Our friends at CampusLIVE found out and made a handy infographic about it. Enjoy below!   via huffingtonpost

How To Craft The Perfect Modern Resume


Writing a resume is such a nebulous activity these days. You have to figure out which type of online resume format is best for you, whether to include a cover letter, how to incorporate social media into your resume, if a video resume is a good idea and what you should include on your LinkedIn profile. Above all that, to get the job, you need to beat out all the other creative… Read More

Infographic Resume For The Creatively Impaired


As a freelancer or job seeker, it is important to have a resume that stands out among the rest — one of the more visually pleasing options on the market today is the infographic resume. An infographic resume enables a job seeker to better visualize his or her career history, education and skills.  FACT! Unfortunately, not everyone is as talented as the Elliot Hasse (see below), and whipping up a professional-looking infographic… Read More

How To Get Better Grades By Using Social Media [Infographic]


Who says Social Media can’t help students get better grades in school? In fact, Master in Education posted an infographic showing that students who use social media acquire better grades in school. The reason? Because they tend to create study groups without the need of encouragement from their instructors. More over, students who use social media finds a way on how to discuss and relate to issues in and out of their… Read More

College vs. Experience [Infographic]


Not everyone can be a Gates, Allen, Jobs, or Zuckerberg—founders who dropped out of college and went on to change the technology industry by starting landmark companies. But there are more options available for budding entrepreneurs these days, most notably the explosion of incubators, accelerators, and other startup nurseries that help young companies get off the ground. Today in Seattle, the local branch of the national TechStars program will unleash its latest… Read More

Are We A Generation Of Cheaters [infographic]


No matter what you did in high school when it comes to cheating, you should know that cheating in college is quite different. It’s a really big deal. College administration takes cheating seriously.  It’s not unheard of for whole classes to be expelled for “collaborating” or outright cheating. Interestingly, it’s easier than ever before in history to share information. Both inside and outside the classroom. Many students can’t even distinguish between what… Read More