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Nope. I should've hit old Bob up I reckon. I was gonna at first get all dressed up but that made me more nervous. So not long before I was to go on, I was like, fook it, I'm a surfer. I'm wearing my Levis, Vans and a surf t-shirt, just like I've worn since I was 15. That calmed me down enough to tell the tale.
yup the net is forever thank god the stuff we talk about is confidential and proprietary its amazing how ni'ele locals are. They love to hear the dirty laundry stories regarding other local companies getting scammed. But knowledge is the best tool for prevention as no one wants to be the subject of a future presentation
plus certain of our law enforcement guests don't allow filming
waSUPcuz? shaka ala n da mooleh bulls..
Mullen's talk was my first foray into listening to Ted talks, my impression was the same as yours @jkb. It was particularly salient for me, as I work in the software industry, so the parallels he drew I never considered.