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The problem with being success is that it tends to make whatever you do bigger.  I never intended Stardock to get as large as it is today. I remember years ago saying that I would put a hard limit on Stardock’s growth at 50 people.  That seems quaint now.

For those of you reading this who worry the American dream is going away, fear not. I started the company with nothing. No venture capital. I was in a dorm room and working multiple jobs to pay for school. You can still succeed w...
I feel bad for the current generation of kids in some respects. They are being told that intelligence is the end-all be-all. It’s all about being smart.

In reality, no, it’s not.  Being intelligent is helpful but it isn’t a key ingredient to success.  Being above average in intellect is probably a pre-requisite for being successful but beyond that, it does very little.

So what does matter? That is, in the real world, what makes the difference?

In a nutshell it’s 3 things...
November 20, 2009 by DmXs on sanchezlanka
Greetings all. Well I have another official announcement to make. Today was our final workshop of the consultancy. I do not mean that I won’t be doing instruction in the month or so I have left here. What I do mean is we have now fulfilled our major mandate by completing our trainings. 15 trainings and 9 provinces later we have provided some foundational expertise to provincial trainers in Moodle in the use and development of computer assisted learning. I feel very good and extremely fulfi...
October 25, 2009 by Jolinna on greendigitizing
Green Digitizing Company is a specialized embroidery digitizing company with over 14 years of experience in digitizing. We have professional digitizers working around the clock seven days a week to provide our customers with the absolute best product.

As the business grew over the years our customer base became more diverse and in order to serve well for embroidery industry, Green Digitizing expanded to provide Graphic digital and embroidery service, especially in caps, shirts and emblems emb...
October 25, 2009 by ndavid428 on ndavid428
Ein Unternehmer braucht besonders für seine Unternehmung Kühnheit, Einfallsreichtum und Besonnenheit. Oftmalig braucht man für der Bereffende auch viel Startkapital. Der Weg von der Unternehmensplanung bis zur gelungenen Errichtung eines stabilen Konzeptes will von Grund auf ausgearbeitet sein, dass aus dem Plan kein unabschätzbares Risiko wird. Nur ein paar Unternehmensgründer besitzen die Anlage für die Selbständigkeit. Die beste Geschäftsidee läuft...
October 13, 2009 by DmXs on sanchezlanka
That’s right folks, this week I was so blessed to see both of these animals. I was very surprised to see both of them right in the city. Near where I work at the NIE there are quite a number of large trees with vines on them. Well on Wednesday I noticed some activity in the trees. It turns out there were two monkeys playing in the trees. I had heard previously that they play in the trees around work but I had never seen them before. I was so excited I got out my camera right away. However,...
September 14, 2009 by HappyMichelle on happymichelle
These 10 habits of highly successful women range from maintaining your hormonal balance to letting go of the past -- and they will positively affect your mind, body, and soul.First, check out this quotation from writer Anais Nin:“Dreams pass into the reality of action. From the action stems the dream again; and this interdependence produces the highest form of living.”Taking action is a crucial habit of successful women…and so is dreaming! Don't let go of your passions...1. Ma...
September 13, 2009 by DmXs on sanchezlanka
Time for another weekly installment from your Norteño in Asia!

Well this week was very eventful. Our main objective this week was to make sure our training happened tomorrow. The big wig at the MoE contacted the provincial IT managers on Monday and told them our criteria for participants. My team lead and I were a bit skeptical given the complexity of the bureaucracy here in Sri Lanka. We were pleasantly surprised to meet with our big wig and have him hand us a participant list on Wedn...
August 8, 2009 by DmXs on sanchezlanka
So earlier in the week I turned on the light in by bedroom and guess what I saw crawling around on the wall. Any guesses? I was pleasantly surprised to see a gecko darting around on my wall. It was a good thing I heard about them earlier in the day or I might have freaked out. I couldn't believe how fast that thing moved. I tried my best to get a photo of it but I was no match for the speed of my Gecko Roman. Now I have a mascot!

Anyway, things have gone good here for the first week. We ha...
April 5, 2009 by PranayGupte on Pranay Gupte Blog
Lunch with Chander Rai

 By Pranay Gupte NEW DELHI—Chander Rai, who makes his living parsing phrases, can also be said to be a man for all phases. That is to say, his professional life has embraced the dynamics of virtually every stages of growth in the United Arab Emirates, and that he has flourished, failed, and flourished again. So what’s he doing here in the Indian capital city of New Delhi? This is where Mr. Rai first made his mark at a fledgling newsmagazine, I...
March 15, 2009 by PranayGupte on Pranay Gupte Blog
LUNCH WITH ANDREW TARBUCK

 By Pranay Gupte Andrew Tarbuck has one of those visages that don’t lend it to pinning down his age. Of course, he isn’t much older than his early 30’s, but he could jolly well pass off as a younger graduate student at Newcastle University in Britain, or the Chester College of Law, his alma maters.  One thing is for sure: Mr. Tarbuck, whose academic career was lined by vigorous rugby competitions, is very fit, which may explain the bo...
January 18, 2009 by MBon on mbonsite
I begin to work in 1977. My first work is at MDS, a company from USA that 1977 have a site in Italy. I start to work kike Customer Enginner at the MDS Italia. The computers that i repair are big. The chips are not frequent in 1977. For my education at work i go for 45 days in Rome. I live and work in Milano, i was young when i start to work on computer. Computers are not frequently used in Italy. Only some big company have Computers (Bank, Insurance, Industries). When i finish my training with o...
January 17, 2009 by MBon on mbonsite
I am Massimo, i live in Italy and this Community is new for me.

My life is full of music. All days i play music, my favorite genre is Jazz but if the music is good is not a problem for me. I am 51 years old and my preferred artist are the same that i begin to listen when i was young.

I work on computers and i like my work. The products of Stardock are very good for customize the style of PC. I have just installed some products of Stardock. When i know better this product i can give you my ...
December 29, 2008 by denbrover on denbrover
British interest rates will probably fall further, the Bank of England signaled on Wednesday, with the economy already sliding into recession and unemployment recording its biggest jump since 1992.

Wal-Mart is highlighting flat screen TVs, Blu-ray players, Xbox 360 consoles and home computers in its much-anticipated Black Friday deals this year, according to a copy of the retailer’s circular obtained by CNNMoney.com.

Delta Air Lines said it plans to cut overall flight capacity by 6% ...
December 25, 2008 by johncaulfield on microsofttrainingcourses
Most HR managers genuinely believe strategically planned staff training play a major role in addressing the challenges inevitable in the wake of an economic slowdown. These same managers would also genuinely agree that in practice IT training is one the first budgets to be cut during economic downturn after freezing recruitment. (Just in case a definition: A recession is when the economy shrinks for 2 consecutive quarters. A depression is when the economy shrinks by more than 10%). If you do...