♥ was the most popular word of 2014.
Every year, the ACSI (AMERICAN CUSTOMER SATISFACTION INDEX) publishes their list of the most SATISFYING and LEAST satisfying companies out there.
Let’s just say that folks are generally pleased with their food, and not very happy with any product or company that requires any level of CUSTOMER SERVICE.
Given the plethora of cheaters out there, there have to be some outside indicators that could predict whether the person you’re dating or married to is more inclined to cheat on you or not.
It turns out there is:
Remember flipping through TV Guide each week as Christmas approached, looking for the replay of your beloved Christmas specials?
Today’s kids will never know what it’s like to be disappointed, as on-demand streaming and DVDs have turned today’s children into media devouring monsters.
Apple has released their end-of-year charting information for their iTunes Store apps.
While not the TOP GROSSING apps for the year (that title goes to CLASH OF CLANS on both iPad and iPhone), these are the apps that topped the sales chart even though they cost money to download.
What was the worst airplane experience you’ve ever had, that was entirely attributable to a fellow passenger?
A friend of ours told a story about one passenger who – after a series of unfortunate incidents in the airplane’s bathroom – ended up not wearing a shirt for the duration of the flight. How would you like to end up sitting next to THAT guy? Oh, there was a logical explanation of how he ended up in that predicament, but did you really want to ask the question in the first place?
Previously, Web Watch told you about the MOST POPULAR WORDS IN SONG LYRICS OVER THE DECADES.
Perhaps we should back off a smidge and look at the SONG TITLES themselves.
Judging what the best Music Album of all time is can be very subjective. What is, um, music to one person’s ears can sound like cat-scratching to others.
But when you consolidate every single BEST OF list into a single collaborative source… then maybe you’ve got something.