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And why the need for an external smiley?
On the opening page there is this heading: Twitter abuzz with Steve Jobs birthday wished Should be either wishes or wish? J
From the headline:
E-tolling, government leant lessons
Thread title as well is incorrect
Shake&Bake™. That, just happened!
Skype has launch GroupMe, a mobile instant messaging application centred on group-based chatting.
Seeing as the article is written in English, I think the name of the town needs to be tooApart from continued national and metro-fibre network rollouts in major cities, DFA is currently also rolling out fibre networks in George, East London, Potchefstroom, Rustenburg and Polokwane. Next month will see DFA network rollouts in Knysna, Mosselbaai, Umtata, Witbank and Middelburg.
Shake&Bake™. That, just happened!
What is it with Moneyweb and utterly craptacular "journalists"??!? There seems to be a new one, who had a field day with his Cell C/Capitec article, points highlighted inline below:...what was that "writer" put in about intellectual laziness again?Seemingly, there are set rules and holly (it's HOLY, dammit!) cows. Don’t you temper ('temper', really? HOW did that get through; has no-one heard of 'tamper'?) with those rules! If the boss says so, please don’t argue with him. He (or she) has been doing this for donkeys’ years. He can’t be wrong.
Chief executives of companies copy their competitors without blinking an eye-lid (not a hyphenated word) – just like academics of higher learning quoting from 18th century manuscripts to argue a point in 2012.
We are slaves to intellectual laziness.
When I grew up in this country, banks closed early every Wednesday. I could not figure out why until someone told me it was because the bank executives “were off to the golf course”.
Corporate executives will set rules and stick to them even at (TO the..!) the detriment of their companies’ growth prospects. This would only change when someone “disruptive” came around and challenged the status quo, just as Capitec Bank did.
A big bug bear ("bug bear" is nonsensical, the single word is bugbear) in a banking hall is the filling out of forms before you join a long line, irrespective of age and your state of health. Capitec’s is a paperless environment and lines are in the form of a row of chairs. So, you are asked to sit down while in a line and move from chair to chair until the tellers' (that's just sloppy) counters. The tellers are polite and professional. The bank closes at 5pm on Saturday and the branches are open for business on Sundays.
Look at the bank’s stunning results for the year ended February 29, 2012. Earnings were up 68% whilst (while technically correct 'whilst' is archaic, stilted and not recommended for current writing, 'while' is the contemporary norm) the bank acquired a total of 877 000 new active clients for the year. There is a lot you can say about this business, but it is a true example of how to change the rules in your industry or business in general.
The FNB Article about disrupting industries
When FNB initially started selling Apple’s iPad 2, the bank was delivering close to 20,000 units a month, according to Jordaan. Furthermore, the FNB banking up is seeing upwards of 800 downloads a day, a figure which Jordaan believes will only increase with time.
Think you meant app not up
Free Telkom ADSL speed upgrades planned: source
Link to forum debate takes you to the Broadband & IT News Articles forum section but not to the thread itself (which doesn't look exists right now). .
Edit thread is there
Google Drive launches with 5GB free online storage http://mybroadband.co.za/news/intern...e-storage.html "Users that want to activate their Google Drive can go to drive.google.com/start." The drive.google.com/start links to http://mybroadband.co.za/news/intern...ogle.com/start ... oops?