If you are a Stones fan, this documentary is worth watching. It features great concert scenes (including the performances that were later released on Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out), and interesting interviews with the band. It also has footage from the Altamont Free Concert, where the Hells Angels killed a man, and the bands reaction to the event.
Seeing a lot of In-N-Out today. Five Guys is the East Coast version. Started with a local VA family restaurant serving fresh, never frozen burgers. Popularity grew the restaurant into an exploding franchise. Great, made to order burgers, huge and sloppy with a nice variety of toppings. Fries are a hallmark, delicious, skin-on, copiously flowing out of the brown paper take out bag....mmm, good!
I especially like the Microsoft organizational chart! I wonder how accurate it is though, since it'd be a dream for me to work for Microsoft Research.
@lejaclyn I get the feeling that Microsoft Research is quite independent / doesn't have a gun pointing at it. Definitely the coolest part of Microsoft in my opinion!
This TV spot is ingenius brand positioning. Lenovo makes great products and has a strong market share among corporate IT departments but is just starting to build out its consumer brand. This ad plays on the brands strengths while reintroducing it to a new set of consumers.
Weird suggestion from the lady in red at the end: “one with a lot” — how does that make sense?
Also, according to thoughtcatalog.com/2011/the-dalai-lama-sucks-and-does-not..., the joke is not complete.
After handing the clerk a $20 bill against his $12 tab, the Dalai Lama says, “change please”. The clerk replies, “change must come from within.”