Thursday, March 24, 2016

short story slam week 41, flowers, roses, growth blues

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short story slam week 41, on life's obstacles or on versions beyond normal domain (March 24--April 10, 2016)

a. d. 1593
a cock for Randy Williamson and Brad Underwood

a. d. 1697
a tiger for Teresa Yvan and Lawrence Witherspoon

a. d. 1795
a pig for Jasmin Romero and Maya Reed

a. d. 1880, 
a shop business for Yeovil Sherborne

a. d. 1909
a wooden boat for Ralph Lauren and Larry Gosney

a. d. 1946
a friend for Timothy Long and Julie Cohen

a. d. 2015
a robin for emily dickerson and lucinda zipperaq

a. d. 1972
a mouse for paredjink williamson and inglewood pedro

forbidden love
battling field of ink and pen

impossible love
beehives and honeydew relation rooted under earth

love between a teacher and a pupil
a pain in the neck, a thorn in the rose, and a cactus in your palm
 
opposite views
the red cheeks and the green grass in hot summer sunshine


Flowers [Friday My Town Shoot Out Link-Up]

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A.D. 1880
 

 
smart in yellow and blue... 

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Friday, March 4, 2016

short story slam week 40: Iowa, Winsconsin, and California state computing dreams





   Willie McCool

people bubble up like shooting stars,

Rao shaohua |\ Peng Yanzhi
       Peng Zuo

Yang Zhiyuan || Yan Yongcui
        Yang Fei (Yang Pulse)
         Yang Honglan (Marissa Mayer)


Steve Federle |\ Nancy Federle
       Chris Federle
       George Federle

Carl Victor Page |\ Gloria Ann Page
       Alex Page
       Larry Page
       Lucy Page (Jenna Wood)
       Cathay Page (Ai E Zhu)
       Quiacy Page (Qun E Zhu)

 Quiacy Zhu |\ Derek Yu
      Charles Page
      Wendy Yu
       Kate Yu

 Lars Magus Ericson |\ Carly Megan Morton
    Bingyu Yu    |\  Qun E Yang
             Nathan Yu
             Sophie Yu

Jiangsheng You |\  Florence Yanotoab
               Gilpina You
               Hewlett You
               Leroy johnson


The company was founded in a one-car garage in Palo Alto by William "Bill" Redington Hewlett and David "Dave" Packard starting with a line of electronic ..this is for HP invent, Madison, Wisconsin



The Hewlett-Packard Company (commonly referred to as HP) was an American global information technology company headquartered in Palo Alto, California. It developed and provided a wide variety of hardware components as well as software and related services to consumers, small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and large enterprises, including customers in the government, health and education sectors.
The company was founded in a one-car garage in Palo Alto by William "Bill" Redington Hewlett and David "Dave" Packard starting with a line of electronic test equipment. HP was the world's leading PC manufacturer from 2007 to Q2 2013, after which Lenovo remained ranked ahead of HP.[2][3][4] It specialized in developing and manufacturing computing, data storage, and networking hardware, designing software and delivering services. Major product lines included personal computing devices, enterprise and industry standard servers, related storage devices, networking products, software and a diverse range of printers and other imaging products. HP marketed its products to households, small- to medium-sized businesses and enterprises directly as well as via online distribution, consumer-electronics and office-supply retailers, software partners and major technology vendors. HP also had services and consulting business around its products and partner products.
Hewlett-Packard company events included the spin-off of its electronic and bio-analytical measurement instruments part of its business as Agilent Technologies in 1999, its merger with Compaq in 2002, and the acquisition of EDS in 2008, which led to combined revenues of $118.4 billion in 2008 and a Fortune 500 ranking of 9 in 2009. In November 2009, HP announced the acquisition of 3Com,[5] with the deal closing on April 12, 2010.[6] On April 28, 2010, HP announced the buyout of Palm, Inc. for $1.2 billion.[7] On September 2, 2010, HP won its bidding war for 3PAR with a $33 a share offer ($2.07 billion), which Dell declined to match.[8]
On October 6, 2014, Hewlett-Packard announced plans to split the PC and printers business from its enterprise products and services business. The split closed on November 1, 2015 and resulted in two publicly traded companies: HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.[9]

 
 

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