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Greed is the Word
Subject: Greed is the Word
Send date: 2012-10-18 06:17:05
Issue #: 156
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“Greed is good!” so declared the cine-mythical Gordon Gekko of Wall Street fame. That may well have been the battle cry of the 1980s generation, but it now pales in comparison to the over-the-top greed creed of the new millennium.

Oh, the fall from grace of the masters of the universe from their commanding perch of power after the crisis that penalized the real economy was made worse by the length and breadth of its fallout. Read more >>
In the real world, Parmigiano-Reggiano is the highest order of Italian cheese, a rare delicacy manufactured in four Italian provinces.

Any other cheese that aspires to the same standard but isn’t produced in Parma, Modena, Bologna, and Reggio Emilia is relegated to the ubiquitous mediocrity of Parmesan. But this food review does not take place in Italy, much less involve itself with cheese, although cheese is found in many of the following dishes. Read more >>
Redmond’s most famous technology company wants to duplicate the success of its current operating system by offering the pre-beta version of their next-gen OS to the public. Free. Can it live up to the hype?

“The ‘Wow’ starts now” was Microsoft’s marketing tagline when they released the Windows Vista operating system (OS) in 2007. Read more>>

 

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