The – video above starts a bit slowly (photographers would no doubt argue, realistically), if you just want to see the crazy stuff skip to the halfway point.
Nick and Chris met 10 years ago in Seattle, just after college, where Nick founded a magazine of international politics and Chris, who had graduated with an engineering degree, was working at a digital ad agency. On one of their first outings together they took to the water. Nick grew up sailing and had just bought a junky little boat for a few hundred dollars, around which Chris raced—in a boat he’d dipped into his savings to buy—in mocking circles. From those very first days they talked about founding something together. At first, this was a form of courtship. One would say, “I’d really like to start a business with you one day,” but for a while it was just a way to communicate warmth and trust. Over time they grew close; Nick’s sister became inseparable from Chris’ wife, Chris got along famously with Nick’s college friends, and so on. It was as though they starred in a sitcom that lacked a budget to pay extras.
The planned price cuts involved in creating that lineup will result in a loss of $30 million in revenue annually, the firm said. The firm will take a $25 million charge in the first quarter to fund layoffs, staff relocations and research investments.
Purported new Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi will be tasked with stabilizing the innovative ride-sharing company after a tumultuous period that included several scandals, including allegations of toxic workplace environment and an investor mutiny against his predecessor, founder Travis Kalanick.
Instead of “ID by rows” it actually should have been deciphered to read “layer two,” though code breakers wouldn’t discover this until years after the NSA cryptanalysts had their crack at the code.
In November 2016, when he disclosed plans for a series of larger rockets with substantially more thrust, Mr. Bezos issued a stark reminder of how different his approach is versus that of Mr. Musk.
He writes: “When a PR person retained by a new hot security startup pitches you, consider approaching an independent security researcher or two for their thoughts. Even if it sounds great, please refrain from showering the tool with unqualified praise.
Why go to all that trouble to release a movie in a format that only a few people can play? Microsoft wanted to show off the capabilities of its new format and demonstrate its capability for high-definition DVD.
The company, hit hard by the weakening demand for workstations and servers, recently announced plans to cut up to 300 jobs. The vacation push is the second such effort this year.
“It is very great for the advertisers,” Pavilack said. “Not to mention the broadcasters can get higher rates for their online ads than they can with their terrestrial for local advertisements.”