Lyft for Business is a one-stop shop, featuring a management portal for you and stress-free travel for your team. July’s WIBSUC luncheon will be on July 18th at Nebo Comfort Systems located at 985 Goosenest Drive in Elk Ridge and begins at 11:30am. Lunch tickets are $10 and can be purchased online (preferred so we can get an accurate head count) or at the door. Bring business cards or material to share with us. Optional: Donate a prize for our drawing.
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From that moment forward, Bill Gates lived n the computer room. He and a number of others began to teach themselves how to use this strange new device. Buying time on the mainframe computer the ASR was hooked up to was expensive – even for a wealthy institution like Lakeside – and it wasn’t long before the $3,000 put up by the Mothers’ Club ran out. The parents raised more money. The students spent it. Then a group of programmers at the University of Washington formed an outfit called Computer Center Corporation (C-cubed) which leased computer time to local companies. As luck would have it, one of the founders of the firm, Monique Roca, had a son at Lakeside a year ahead of Gates. Would the lakeside computer club, Rona wondered, like to test out the company’s software programs on the weekends in exchange for free programming time? Absolutely! After school, Gates took the bus to the C-Cubed offices and programmed long into the evening.
MAG: Not a problem. I really think that when companies act unethically, they should be exposed. As you can see, the company rep that keeps attempting to challenge me has only made excuses for the behaviour of their company’s reps, so obviously, this sort of thing is condoned there. If so many people have written complaints on the message board link that I put up, one would think that the company would take a good hard look at their tactics and approach, and make serious changes due to the public outcry, but appararently, it’s far more profitable to take people in this way, than it is to operate with decency and ethics that would serve more than simply take. Most small businesses in this economy are already struggling to either get afloat, or stay afloat. Who needs this sort of pirating approach? Thanks for your comment. GB.