Monthly Archives: November 2010

About corporate stupidity

Since Monday I drive over a speed bump when I’m entering parking lot at my office. There would be nothing unusual in this fact if not the history of appearance and consequent disappearance of this particular speed bump. Fist time … Continue reading

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About investments

While looking at October statement from my investment account I’ve noticed very noticeable fact – one of my investment almost after 10 years from the day of purchase broke even. More specifically, Oracle stock I bought Dec 13th in 2000 … Continue reading

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About 21st century office and economy – personal example

While sitting in office in Palo Alto got a call from London from one of our vendor customer support dep notifying that equipment in our Tokyo office has failed. I called our San Paulo office telling them that workload will … Continue reading

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