Funny how holidays spring up, and people often forget their true origins or meaning. Halloween (the American version at least) has roots in the Salem, Massachusetts' puritan days of the 1600’s.
Blaber Fronday is here! We created our own holiday, so as to give our customers the best possible deal on our award-winning software. On Wednesday, we had the audacity to create our own holiday so as to give our customers the best possible deal on our award winning and cutting-edge eSign, e-security, and file sharing […]
It’s finally Blaber Fronday! We’re offering a money saving deal for e-sign, e-security and file sharing that happens only once a year. These days, if you want a memorable catchphrase, you opt for the portmanteau—where two words or names become one (e.g. “brunch”, “chillax”, “Brangelina”). Everybody’s doing it—even health policy wonks (“twindemic”, “tripledemic”) and economists […]
I’m Confused, Is it Black Friday, Cyber Friday, or Cyber Monday on Friday? According to Wikipedia, the earliest known use of “Black Friday” to refer to the day after Thanksgiving occurred in the journal, Factory Management and Maintenance (I can’t say I subscribe), for November 1951 and again in 1952.
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