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Chris Paul's Departure Marks The End of The Clippers Golden Era

Losing a franchise player is never an easy pill to swallow — in fact, ever acquiring a franchise player to begin with is an extremely difficult task in and of itself — because, on its face, what it implies is said superstar didn’t want you anymore. 794 more words

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iPhone is now 10 years old and on January 9, 2007 Steve Jobs unveiled a product that changed the world

iPhone is now 10 years old. On January 9, 2007 Steve Jobs unveiled a product that changed the world. A few months later, on June 29, 2007 iPhone made its way into stores. 434 more words

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Developers

Just for fun – Steve Ballmer (known for his crazy stage antics) and his famous “DEVELOPERS! DEVELOPERS! DEVELOPERS!” speech.  Great for when you need to get amped up and tear through your product backlog!

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NBA: Where do the Clippers go Now?

Early yesterday morning, before most on the West Coast had a chance to rub the sleep-dust out of their eyes, Chris Paul shocked the world by facilitating a trade to the Houston Rockets. 1,292 more words

Great Day In Clipper History

While everyone is focused on the Lakers and Lonzo Ball, the Clippers are quietly having themselves quite an off-season. Well, quite the 24 hours. In fact, the best 24 hours the franchise has had since they traded for Chris Paul and one of the top 5 days in Clipper history. 750 more words

Retrospectives

Overwhelming number of people speak in favor of Seattle income tax

I’m so glad I moved away from that proggie-infested area.

From MyNorthwest.com: An overwhelming number of people spoke in support of a citywide income tax in Seattle on Wednesday at City Hall. 397 more words

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Ballmer explains why he invested in Twitter

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the stage at Code Conference on Tuesday and talked about why he owns a large position in Twitter.

“There’s a real opportunity to make that a valuable economic asset,” said Ballmer, defending his decision to invest in what has been a volatile ride for the social media company. 302 more words

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