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In Search of the App That Could Save the World

January 23, 2012 1 Comment

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

It is my belief that the majority of the world’s problems — and some of the stupidest products (Zune for instance) — resulted from our hardwired tendency to treat truth and accuracy as unimportant. After watching a political debate, viewers are often split on which candidate did the best job. Chances are everyone is simply arguing to support a view they held before the debate, and what actually was argued was secondary.

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One Comments to “In Search of the App That Could Save the World”
  1. Vladimir says:

    David:Thanks for your cmemont. ESG did not assess organizations’ IT effectiveness or improvement. Rather we asked survey respondents to assess their organizations’ IT skills and procedures. We then used this data to correlate their adoption of cloud computing.

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