Bassoon. Wow. Such reed. Much low. Very rite of spring.
This is possibly the greatest thing I have seen on the internet.
when i was a cashier at a cafe & bakery and I saw a bill that was stained or had something written or stamped on it, i would try to throw it under the other bills so when i was counting out my till i could take a photo of it. i now have a ton of photos of bills with names, numbers, rips, and colors (and some coins that are painted, bent, or burnt). i loved taking a photo so i could look at it later and imagine the story behind the bill- all the hands it has touched. the foods, drugs, strippers, ball games, school books, etc. it was exchanged for. the people who wrote on the bills, and their motivations for it. and how many people have passed it since. and how many times it has gone unnoticed. i have so many pictures of money now and i am glad
Steve Ballmer is chief executive officer of Microsoft. He’s been in the job for some time, but he recently announced that he’s stepping down. The fact that Ballmer’s departure was announced without the simultaneous announcement of a successor is a good indication he was pushed out the door by the board of directors. And these photos taken Sunday around noon at the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City in Arlington, Va., show why.
Here’s the Microsoft Store.This is not a trick of the camera. There were zero shoppers in the store. At noon. On a Sunday in December at peak retail shopping season.
And here’s the Apple Store. It is crowded.
Of course Microsoft operated for many years as a fantastic company without any retail stores at all, so it’s not as if the failure to build successful stores is the problem per se. The real issue is that there’s nothing wrong with the store. It’s a great place to shop. Much better than the Apple Store, really, because the Apple Store is crowded, and it’s a little hard to get an employee’s attention. At the Microsoft Store you get a very pleasant physical environment and a helpful staff. It’s just that nobody wants to buy their stuff.
It’s still a very profitable company thanks to its enormous strengths in the enterprise market. But enterprises are made of people. If nobody wants to buy Microsoft’s stuff, that will trickle up into the enterprise.
You’re forgetting about the
DEVELOPERS DEVELOPERS DEVELOPERS DEVELOPERS
is… is that pig being bathed in a toilet
We’d better get back, ‘cause it’ll be dark soon, and they mostly come at night… mostly. …
GAME OVER MAN
what kind of drugs does a duck do?
don’t do it
He did it.
it’s been 1 year since the most influential event of all time