James Bond fans furious: 007 replaces martini with Heineken

At least it isn’t the ‘lite’ variety. Plus, test your Internet lingo comprehension, innovation officers that aren’t, 118-second elevator pitches, and more.

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Whether you’re on social media to complain or check in with the world, you’ll likely see one of these 18 abbreviations—but do you know the meaning behind them?

If you’re checking social media from work, it’s becoming more likely that you’re doing it on a Mac. According to The Wall Street Journal, about 46 percent of corporations are now issuing their employees Apple computers.

Guess that’s why Apple’s been too busy to update its advertising. Check out this photo snapped outside of the brand’s retail store in New York’s Meatpacking District where Apple is still using the primo space to promote its obsolete iPad 2.

Speaking of obsolete, researchers claim the “innovation officer” your company hired probably hasn’t inspired anything too—for lack of a better word—innovative.

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