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Throwing words, casting spells, and being mesmerized by technology as if witnessing the state of a future magician. ~ The beginning of something new for a few.
Case Study: IBM Introduction International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is an American technology that manufactures and markets computer hardware, middleware, and software and offers hosting and consulting services in numerous areas including mainframe computers to nanotechnologies. Headquartered in Armonk, New York, the firm which originated in 1911, and which now operates in more than 170… Continue reading IBM – A Case Study
Case Study: Apple Apple Inc. formerly known as Apple Computer, Inc. is a multinational corporation founded by Steven Wosniak and Steven Jobs on April 1, 1976. For several decades, the company was mainly known for manufacturing personal computers, such as the Apple I, Apple II, Macintosh, and Power Mac lines. However, today, Apple creates consumer… Continue reading How Does Apple Do it ?
Launched to be pursued, initiated to be sustained, and set to be reached. In the midst of all that is to be obtained, lies the moment in which all happens: changing perceptions, tastes, and preferences, evolving industries, markets, the development of visions transforming and shaping the world yet to be created. Persistence, the continued pursuit… Continue reading The Wait… Come What May
As he opens what could be comparable to a company, something he claimed to be his, Jerry Mcguire seek to figure out a way that will enable him make his business work. Jerry McGuire, Comedy, Drama, Romance, by Cameron Crow.
A mysterious story following the daily lives of a man, who after being sent numerous times to the town of Punxsutwaney, stumbles into a time warp, and finds himself in the middle of an inexplicable loop. It is Groundhog Day! As hosts of the radio proclaimed to start each repetitive morning for Weatherman Phil Connors… Continue reading “Did he actually refer to himself as “the talent”?” ~ Larry