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Monthly Archives: October 2011
The New York Times put together a comprehensive and rather informative infographic that attempts to chart all the potential scenarios of the ongoing Euro Crisis. Definitely worth the read!
Starbucks “butchered” the spelling of my name again this afternoon! I am sure this, per se, is not any news to most people who have been to Starbucks. And it did not surprise me — since this happens every time … Continue reading
This past Saturday, I saw Pitbull live at Enrique Iglesias’s concert in Miami. As I watched him perform for about 40 minutes, I got reminded of a question that had been dwelling in my mind since Pitbull started gaining popularity … Continue reading
A few days ago, I read an interesting post by a friend from business school. The topic of the post was the Greek crisis. That, by itself, is not too newsworthy because we get a daily dose of Greek economy … Continue reading
Today I’ve been feeling a bit geeky. So I started thinking about the Hi-Fi gadgets that I would love to have but I’ll probably never do — simply because they are so atrociously expensive, and yet of so little practical … Continue reading
Last year, I blogged about a marketing campaign for the Nissan 370Z that looked pretty tasteless, insensitive and arrogant to me. Since then, I’ve been very skeptical of that car manufacturer’s advertising. But this week, I inadvertently ran upon a … Continue reading
Last weekend I had two disappointing customer service experiences. Both enlightened me about a potential factor that is dragging our economy down.
This post is about a recent discovery that may be of use to some of my blog readers. If you are located in Europe, this post will not apply to your situation because you will have a free choice of … Continue reading
After the highly controversial announcement that Netflix will be splitting its DVD business from its streaming services, the company decided to reverse its decision in the beginning of this week. I am sure many of you who are Netflix customers … Continue reading