Graffiti \Graf*fi"ti\, s.m.
desenhos ou palavras feitos
em locais públicos. 
Aqui eles têm a intenção de 
provocar papos sobre TI e afins.

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O diálogo abaixo (real!) aconteceu na universidade de Berkeley na semana passada. Saca só:

QUESTION: You mentioned earlier, Mr. Gates, that universities are a really important source of great innovators, and so I expect that you consider being able to recruit from that source of great innovators pretty important to you. (Laughter.) So I'd like to find out if I could have a show of hands in the audience, I'd like to find out how many people in this audience might have concerns about working for a company that's been found guilty of illegal business practices, that limits the choice that its customers have to choose a product they want to use and the type of media they want to watch, and that has also been found guilty by the Federal Trade Commission of misleading the public?

A. RICHARD NEWTON: I think we get your point.

QUESTION: Could I have a show of hands from the audience, please?

A. RICHARD NEWTON: I think we get the point. Thank you. Thank you.

BILL GATES: But what's the question?

QUESTION: Do you think you might do better at recruiting students from universities if you improve the business practices of your company?


0 responses to "Sure"

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