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  • Thomas Ciszek

    Amazon is very popular among the survey sample - probably because their vision is to be earth's most customer centric company. Check out's Leadership Principles (#1 is Customer Obsession):

  • Phristo Terrorismo

    Apologies for being off-topic, but I just have to say why not make GOOD infographics iOS friendly by not making it mandatory to view it in flash???
    That is all. Thank you, with much love.

    • Thomas Ciszek

      Why not? Very good suggestion.

  • Vast Shadow

    With MONEY and a large price! Not really though...

    You have to keep up with technology ALL the time or it will pass you up and you can get side tracked by lil stories schemed up by a crappy product pusher.

    Actually, having flashy colors can only get your attention. A piece of fecal matter could be bright green and yellow, but when you get to looking at it... Its only what it is.

    Either way numerous computer industries use high prices, but are not worth its value... Mainly anything Microsoft. Quite the bargain Microsoft gets. $400 for a incomplete piece of software--that the user has to upgrade and patch up, ALL THE TIME. Then Microsoft evenly does statistic information on your Windows box -- Too "make sure your experience is optimized" .

    Apple is not as bad as Microsoft, and evenly has a larger market just like Sony. Both Apple and Sony do not need to sale your information -- They make TVs, Record lables, movies, computers etc... Who would they need to sale your information too?

    Brand names are not the best either... Sometimes you will find something amazing that people just don't notice... I have a LG surround sound... That gets over 1,000 watts, and having great Hz ranges. For just $100 dollars.

    To get the best, you only have to know what to look for and know how the technology works... Buying the fancy colored one... Just makes you look... Well, kinda stupid.