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Iconic Christmas Movies

Posted by J. Leigh Bralick on Dec 20, 2013 5:45:10 AM

We're fast approaching Christmas, so what better way to get into the festive spirit than thinking about some of the most iconic Christmas movies of all time? Everyone has their favorites, their family traditions, their secret indulgences. Here's my list of most iconic movies...what is yours? Leave a comment and share your favorites!

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Topics: icons, Iconicology, Christmas, Iconic, holidays

5 Iconic Christmas Tree Decoration Traditions

Posted by Brock Broussard on Dec 5, 2013 6:55:53 AM

Today, we’ll discover that the Christmas tree is more or less an iconic figure in the lives of people around the world. As people celebrate Christmas for different reasons, their tree decorations reflect their approach and views clearly. If you want to expand your Christmas-tree-decorating horizons, read on!

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Topics: Iconicology, Christmas, Iconic, history, holidays, America

Iconic Guns from Centuries Past

Posted by Brock Broussard on Nov 7, 2013 8:39:42 PM

In honor of our nation’s veterans who have most likely shot at least one automatic weapon about several hundred times on average protecting our Second Amendment rights (among the others specified in the Bill of Rights which we are so fortunate to possess), we will be exposing a few well-known arms for your brief consideration.

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Topics: icons, Iconicology, Iconic, technology, High Technology, pioneers, America

Iconic Fall Foods

Posted by Brock Broussard on Oct 11, 2013 7:13:35 AM

If you’re like me and you’re hungry for some warm fall food when you're home from the office or sales floor, you want to know all of your options for preparing some fantastic fall dishes with style. Look no further than these 5 super foods -- you might even manage to fit all of them into a single dish, and leave your friends amazed for having gone to such lengths:

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Topics: Iconicology, sweet potato, cauliflower, grapes, Apple, spinach, broccoli

The Moon. The Moon? The Moon!

Posted by William Bralick on Jul 30, 2013 3:30:41 PM

To take a slight detour from the recent post on internet and software security, I thought I'd try writing about something, well, iconic.

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Topics: Iconicology, Iconic

Iconic Summer Spots in the United States

Posted by Brock Broussard on Jul 26, 2013 7:01:11 AM

Now that we are about to hit the peak of summer, let’s have a good look at places we can visit in our backyard for some R&R, fun, or both:

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Topics: Lake Texoma, vacationing, Big Bend, Iconicology, national park, Iconic Friday, South Padre Island, Badlands

Iconic War Memorials

Posted by Brock Broussard on Jan 18, 2013 3:30:28 AM

For this edition of Iconic Friday, we’ll be taking a look at five war memorials from around the globe, reflecting briefly on what makes them, well, iconic: namely, their significance as memorials. Without further ado, we shall begin with —

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Topics: soldiers, monuments, Iconicology, Iconic, honor, memorials, unknown soldier, war, heroes

Be Iconic During the Holidays

Posted by Brock Broussard on Dec 21, 2012 6:27:13 AM

With just four days remaining before the Big Day (zero if you believe the current hype behind the end of the Mayan calendar...good luck!), many of us are either in the home stretch of our preparations to celebrate the season or are scrambling to fulfill the bulk of our individual promises at the last minute. At some point we have all experienced the stress that comes with ordering any chaos or clearing up any misunderstanding that comes between us and our loved ones and/or customers. With this in mind, allow me to offer a few half-useful, stress-reducing tips:

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Topics: Iconicology, Christmas, Iconic, life, holidays, stress, Mayans

Business Icons--Retail Cooperative "Pioneers"

Posted by Brock Broussard on Dec 14, 2012 4:05:02 AM

Have you ever wondered about the origins of today’s credit unions? This post won’t touch on these venerable financial institutions specifically, though they take inspiration from the Rochdale Pioneers, who founded the first modern retail cooperative store in England on this day in 1844.

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Topics: cooperative, Iconicology, england, industry, community, credit unions, industrial revolution, pioneers

The Most Iconic...Furniture

Posted by J. Leigh Bralick on Dec 6, 2012 6:11:43 AM

It's Iconic Friday! And today I want to dive into the world of iconic furniture. Yes. Furniture. Because furniture can be extremely iconic, and we like furniture and everything iconic here. Today I'm going to hunt the world and the annals of history for real pieces of furniture. Maybe someday I will pull out the most iconic pieces of furniture in fiction.

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Topics: pope, thrones, furniture, Iconicology, last supper, Iconic, emperor, president, history

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