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iPhones, iPods, iNet Oh My!

Being a Tech Queen requires a lot of work, in a society where technology can excel you past all of your competition, growth, let alone survival of a business is as strong as the technical foundation it rests upon and tech ignorance is not bliss. Technology is vital to the growth of any business and is important to understand the industry and keep your fingers on its pulse at all times. I am a member of 5 networking sites, manage 4 active email address, 4 blogs, 3 website, LinkedIn page, Facebook page, and the list goes on, and on and on, whew. My access to the internet is crucial, I need at least four to five hours a day to manage and maintain my online activates. So when I heard about the new iPhone 3G, offering a phone, ipod and internet access, needless to say I got excited and just had to take a

look at the specs. It recently occurred to me my daughter has no idea what life was like pre-technological age.  I may sound like a dinosaur but when I was growing up there were no  ipods or iphones, internet or any of the other technology that is making our lives easy to manage and difficult at the same time.

“Introducing iPhone 3G. With fast 3G wireless technology, GPS mapping, support for enterprise features like Microsoft Exchange, and the new App Store, iPhone 3G puts even more features at your fingertips. And like the original iPhone, it combines three products in one — a revolutionary phone, a widescreen iPod, and a breakthrough Internet device with rich HTML email and a desktop-class web browser. iPhone 3G. It redefines what a mobile phone can do — again.”

 Benefits:

·         Faster

·         Global

·     Mobile multitasking

·     GPS mapping –yep, guys you can look cool and ask for directions without anyone knowing.

 

Read more about the benefits of the iPhone 3G that may offer you convenience as well as

 

Coming…..July 11th

 

 

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Bill Gates surrendering Microsoft helm

I’m glad I didn’t miss this historical moment, I would have been out of the loop to have missed including this story to my blog. Bill Gates, a man who’s story is so interesting I feel compelled to read it every time I come accross it. 

His story completely dispells traditional business protocol where you get your education and then become successful, read more of his story below.

Bill Gates surrendering Microsoft helm
Web posted at: 6/23/2008 1:21:48
Source ::: AFP

A Harvard University dropout who ushered in the home computer age and made billions of dollars along the way will have his last official day of work at Microsoft on June 27. Three people will essentially fill the void left behind when Bill Gates retires from the company he and friend Paul Allen co-founded in 1975. Since Gate’s began his transition from leading Microsoft to heading his personally-bankrolled charity, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, his job as chief software architect has been handled by Ray Ozzie. Craig Mundie inherited Gate’s chief research and strategy officer duties, while former Harvard classmate Steve Ballmer became chief executive officer at the Seattle-based software colossus.

 

 

Gates left Harvard after two years to found the firm that became global powerhouse Microsoft. He later received honorary degrees from Harvard and other universities. After retiring, Gates will remain chairman of the Microsoft board of directors and its largest shareholder.

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