... Instead, let’s look at what was said: We got two serious quotes from policy makers in Israel and Taiwan, and one stupid-as-shit joke from a former IDA executive in Ireland.
Is this the kind of crap that passes as self-deprecating wit amongst the Irish “elite”? ...
The entrepreneurial life has its highs and lows.
But you’d practically get vertigo looking down at some of the lows Ellen Dudley has faced.
The Limerick woman has overcome cancer, a broken marriage and has seen more than one potentially lucrative exit from her start-up fall through.
200-Year-Old Newspaper Acts Like Tech Whippersnapper
Angelina Jolie had some bad news to share in May 2013 when she told the world about her double mastectomy.
Jolie spoke about her condition in an article called “My Medical Choice” in the New York Times.
But if you Google “Angelina Jolie double mastectomy,”
At the turn of the last century, it was taboo to talk about stinky armpits. It just wasn’t done in polite society.
You stuck cotton wool or pads under your oxter, soaked up the sweat and said no more about it.
When most people leave work on Friday, they look forward to time off, putting the feet up or maybe having a pint or getting ready to go out on the town.
Not this crowd. They went straight back to work.
With a meaning so nebulous that it was only just last September when the U.S. National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) laid out its “final” definition, Cloud Computing can still mean different things to different people...