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IT managers need a "Swiss Army Knife"

Managing an IT organization requires many skills to succeed in today’s fast paced and complex world. IT managers are required to juggle several issues at the same time and meet ever-increasing demand from their clients (senior managers, department managers, users) and from their IT staff. 960 more words

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Victorinox Swiss Army knife

“Swiss Army Knife” was coined by American soldiers after World War II due to the difficulty they had in pronouncing “Offiziersmesser”, the German name. The Swiss Army knife generally has a very sharp blade, as well as various tools, such as screwdrivers, a can opener, and many others. 169 more words


Everyday Carry

I’ve been a little obsessed with the Everyday Carry website lately. Stemming from my interest in military equipment, I wanted to have a look at what marines were carrying with them on a daily basis when they’re off-duty. 60 more words


True Elegance Multiplies Value

„I have learned to seek the elegant solution – the singular and deceptively simple idea with huge impact that lies beyond the enormous complexity of the challenging business problems we all face in our companies.“ 394 more words

Winter Hay

I had about 250 small bales of grass hay harvested from my own field to use up for my pigs bedding and supplemental feed this fall and winter, and that all went very fast. 155 more words

Swiss Army Knife

  For 90% of the cutting I do a 1/4″ blade would suffice.
A good rule of thumb for knife use is to use the shortest blade that will get the job done- unless you have a small dick you don’t need to pull out a 6 1/2″ blade to cut the tape on a package. 47 more words

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Swiss Army surplus sale in Geneva

GENEVA, Switzerland – The annual Military Surplus Exhibition and sale at Palexpo comes to an end this weekend 22 November. 68 more words

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