• PLEASE CARE ABOUT THE WORK YOU DO!

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    Going with the name of this website, I assume that most of the readers are geeks and this might not apply to you. But I still think that this is a very subtle point that everyone should consider when looking for a job or debating about whether to do something or not. The whole point […]

  • FOCUS ON THE BIG IDEA!

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    Being a teenager in today’s world, I see a lot of kids trying to brag about their skills or somehow figuratively pull someone else down from the role they play in this world. I say this not only because I see this on a day-to-day basis, but I was also one of them. I would […]

  • Over 2GB Worth of Microsoft’s eBooks and Training Kits for Free!

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    As an act of thanks to all the fellow geeks who graciously contribute their time and knowledge to this growing community of GeekBrainDump, I just wanted to share a compilation around 250+ of Microsoft’s eBooks for absolutely no cost. I found this link , through a friend, that contains all the eBooks. Some of the various […]

  • Free Microsoft Software & Services is a Step in the Right Direction

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    Recently, it seems like Microsoft is trying to force a failed product (Windows 8) upon its users. It seems as though they are getting more desperate as time goes by. Earlier this year, HP reported that they have seen a significant 14% decrease in desktop and laptop sales worldwide. I realize that as we move […]

  • Nokia Ventures into the Android Smartphone Market

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    On Feb 24, 2014, Nokia announced its first ever Android line of smartphones. After the acquisition of Nokia phone business by Microsoft for $7.2 billion, almost everyone expected Nokia to keep producing Windows OS-based phones like the Lumia lineup. Although the Lumia lineup sold considerably well in mid-2013, the sales and the profit made were […]

  • Kansas Bill Proposes Banning Further Expansion of Google Fiber

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    Google Fiber is the broadband Internet and TV service provided by Google at Gigabit speeds. Internet alone would cost you $70/month with additional TV would be priced at $120/month. When the idea was announced in early 2010, over 1,100 communities applied to be the first recipient of Google Fiber by creating creative applications. In early […]

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