most of the time I’m really sarcastic but also sometimes I’m actually trying to be sincere but I still sound sarcastic so I hope you can figure it out good luck bruh
In 2003, Nokia made the world’s three most popular phones. They were all short, stubby candy bars, with nine buttons and a tiny monochrome screen. All three looked and worked like every other cellphone on the market, but they were $50, or $20, or free. So they sold like like crazy.
But early the next year, underneath a glass case inside the Arken Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen, a select group of 110 fashion journalists got an unexpectedly high-tech glimpse at the future. It was the Motorola RAZR V3, the cellphone that would change the world.
Outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has always been a speaker and performer like no other — his absolute enthusiasm for his company is electric in person, turning ordinary corporate events into raw displays of emotion that are often criticized but never forgotten.
Stanford will offer a joint Computer Science MS/MBA degree program for the first time in 2014-2015, bringing together multidisciplinary studies in technology and business.
No. Way. It was meant to be!!