microsoft published that they have sold 40 million windows 8 licences just few months after lunch.it was made known by Tami Reller, the Microsoft executive who, together with Julie Larson-Green, followed in Steven Sinofsky’s footsteps to lead the Windows business unit after he unexpectedly left the company shortly after the Windows 8 launch. microsoft also added that the launch of Windows 8 at the end of October also gave way for the grand opening of the Windows Store. That is to say that there more apps in the Windows Store at launch than any other app store at their launch and since then, the number of apps in the Windows Store has doubled.
Wednesday, 28 November 2012
Tuesday, 27 November 2012
How i wish you will take heed of this kind and appealing piece of writing. it will really go far in shaping the future you will ever want.
1. Appreciate the great people and things in your life. – Sometimes we don’t notice the things others do for us until they stop doing them. Don’t be like that. Be grateful for what you have, who loves you, and who cares for you. You’ll never know how much they mean to you until the day they’re no longer beside you. Truly appreciate those around you, and you’ll soon find many others around you. Truly appreciate life, and you’ll find that you have more of it to live.
2. Ignore other people’s negativity. – If you allow people to make more withdrawals than deposits in your life, you will be out of balance and in the negative before you know it. Ignore unconstructive, hurtful commentary. No one has the right to judge you. They may have heard your stories, but they didn’t feel what you were going through. You do not have control over what others say; but you do have control over whether or not you allow them to say these things to you.
3. Forgive those who have hurt you. – I forgive people, but that doesn’t mean I trust them. I just don’t have time to hate people who hurt me, because I’m too busy loving people who love me. The first to apologize is the bravest. The first to forgive is the strongest. The first to move forward is the happiest. Be brave. Be strong. Be happy. Be free.
4. Be who you really are. – If you’re lucky enough to have something that makes you different from everybody else, don’t change. Uniqueness is priceless. In this crazy world that’s trying to make you like everyone else, find the courage to keep being your awesome self. And when they laugh at you for being different, laugh back at them for being the same. It takes a lot of courage to stand alone, but it’s worth it. Being YOU is worth it!
5. Choose to listen to your inner voice. – Life is a courageous journey or nothing at all. We cannot become who we want to be by continuing to do exactly what we’ve been doing. Choose to listen to your inner voice, not the jumbled opinions of everyone else. Do what you know in your heart is right for YOU. It’s your road, and yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you. And be sure to appreciate every day of your life. Good days give you happiness, bad days give you experience, and the worst days give you the best lessons.
6. Embrace change and enjoy your life as it unfolds. – The hardest part about growing is letting go of what you were used to, and moving on with something you’re not. Sometimes you have to stop worrying, wondering, and doubting, and have faith that things will work out. Laugh at the confusion, live consciously in the moment, and enjoy your life as it unfolds. You might not end up exactly where you intended to go, but eventually you will arrive precisely where you need to be.
Friday, 23 November 2012
Nigerian rapper and big shot act Naeto Chikwe better known as Naeto C has been accused of fraudulently obtaining money from a certain ‘Fine Boy Swag (FBS) Entertainment’ outfit over a show he was paid to perform at maitama garden.
FBS Entertainment is claiming that they contracted the Storm Records artiste to perform at a show which was scheduled to hold at Cubicle Arena, Maitama Garden, Maitama on July 18, 2012 by 5:00pm.
FBS states that Naeto had agreed by signing a one page contract agreement dated July 12, 2012.
They also alleged that a sum of N400,000 (Four hundred thousand Naira) was paid into the rapper’s Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) account.
‘Naeto C defaulted in performing as agreed in the contract signed, and also failed to pay back the money paid in respect of the contract four hundred thousand Naira (N400,000.00) being the deposit paid in respect of the contract’, Muhammad Nura, a rep for FBS said in the statement.
‘His actions as stated above apart from being a breach have also constituted an obtainment by false pretence which constitutes an offence under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
A construction company recently brought to light a proposal to built the world tallest skyscraper within the interval of just three months.
Sky City in Changsha, south-east China, will be a 220-storey structure standing at an incredible 2,749ft (838m).They are to employ 3000 workers for the job
This astonishing pace, which will see five storeys go up a day, is down to the revolutionary method of prefabricated building where blocks are built off site and slotted together to save time.
The half-mile high superstructure will be 32ft taller than the Burj Khalifa in Dubai - the current tallest building - and is expected to cost almost half as much.
Mark Clattenburg who was recently accused by chealsea midfielder john mikel obi of using racist language at him during Chelsea’s defeat to Manchester united last month has been cleared by FA.
As a result of this Mikel was charged for alleged use of abusive word in or around the officials changing room.
The Nigerian stormed into the ref's room after the match after being told by team-mate Ramires that Clattenburg had called him a 'monkey'.
The referee expresssed his relief after been cleared. In a statement Clattenburg said that he hasn’t refereed a game since and is now clear to return to official duty adding that last few weeks had been 'the most stressful of his life' .He will be named today for one of the fixtures next midweek.
Thursday, 22 November 2012
The NNPC top management, led by the Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, and the corporation’s Group Managing Director, Mr. Andrew Yakubu, reportedly made this known to Jonathan at a recent meeting.
Our correspondent learnt that team told the President that the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, had failed to pay the debt.
At the meeting, the corporation was said to have hinged its capacity to continue the importation of fuel on the payment of the debt which had accumulated over the months.
The NNPC told the President that fuel might disappear from filling stations across the country if government failed to pay the debt. This is in addition to the fear that the N971bn subsidy provision in the 2013 budget is seen as grossly inadequate. please continue...
1. Leaders Make Decisions.
This sounds simple, but many business owners are paralyzed by the decision making process. A poor leader who can't decide between two great opportunities or two very tough calls makes things worse by deciding to do nothing at all.
A good leader understands that He has to be wise but decisive. And while asking for opinions, ideas, and advice from others is important, ultimately a leader has to be prepared to make the call, and willing to take responsibility if things don't go well.
2. Leaders Meet and Greet Their People.
Communication is essential in every leadership position. AS the Ceo of company,you have to establish a casual relationship with your staffs.
This doesn't mean one-on-one time with every employee, every day. If you're running a multi-million dollar company, you cannot know the name of every single person working there. But you have to be accessible. Find ways to let your employee feel their importance in the company .That's the only way they'll be willing to support you.
Wednesday, 21 November 2012
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Terry G-Gabriel Amanyi.
Jesse Jagz-Jesse Garba Abaga.
Banky W-Olubankole Wellington.
Psquare-Peter and Paul Okoye.
Sauce Kid-Babalola Falemi.
Timaya-Inetimi Alfred Odom.
9ice-Abolore Adegbola Akande.
Davido-David Adedeji Adeleke.