In Gifville, the best place to get your eggs (Easter or breakfast) is from Seb the Eggman!
2019 is shaping up to be a breakout year for tech IPOs.
The economy is strong, unemployment rates are low, and investor optimism is high with rising tech valuations. Airbnb, Slack, and Lyft could all go public within the next year, and despite its slowing growth, Uber is among the most anticipated offerings in years.
In 1994, a computer science grad from Carnegie Mellon published a new project: A Linux distribution he dubbed “Red Hat.” Twenty-four years later, Marc Ewing’s project—and the business spun around it—has been bought by IBM for $34 billion, making it the largest software acquisition in history.
Now don’t get me wrong. I love Onedrive. At work we now have to start moving our files and documents to Onedrive for Business. Problem is, I have so much stuff, including data archive, which I must preserve for documentary purposes, that getting them all including sub-folders onto the cloud is proving a mammoth task. Oh well, let IT sort it 🙂
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At my workplace I actually have two phone lines, my direct extension and a switchboard hotline for customers. Sometimes I have to be careful not to get the two confused. Caller ID on the screen helps though.