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batye
batye
7/12/2019 2:15:50 AM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
@srufolo1 my friend who do day trading say life is a gamble... but after seen him playing market and see 50000 USD get lost in less than 60 second... this game is not my cup of tea... 

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Commisio44354
Commisio44354
7/11/2019 5:03:05 PM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
There is one key newsflash as well which I hope the community enjoys..."See you " all next week: 

https://www.mckinsey.com/featured-insights/future-of-work/the-future-of-work-in-america-people-and-places-today-and-tomorrow

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Commisio44354
Commisio44354
7/11/2019 4:46:43 PM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
While "Out & About", ran across this which I hope the team enjoys especially as we become increasingly digitized, but must never ever forget our sense of humanity:
#ThursdayThoughts
A Deeper Dive

📞 Silicon Valley parents — the very people creating cutting-edge (addictive) tech — are raising their kids in tech-free environments. Here's why.

🤖 Everywhere around us in modern American culture are bright and shiny machines. These machines are tools; they can't control us unless we let them. Here are secrets to make technology serve you.

😶 Try this: Delete Clash of Clans, log out of Instagram, and set that phone in the other room. Then? Just sit. How being bored out of your mind makes you more creative.


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srufolo1
srufolo1
7/9/2019 10:15:05 PM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
@mhhf1ve  Well, I figured out myself had I kept the Facebook stock until now, I could have bought myself a brand-new luxury car all cash. Doesn't pay to think what would have been. Stocks are a gamble.

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batye
batye
7/9/2019 9:35:47 PM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
@afwriter  for me this devices with old games have low value as technology is outdated... but for each his own... 

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afwriter
afwriter
7/9/2019 3:05:07 PM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
I remember this happening during the Flappy Bird craze. I feel like I remember someone paying thousands of dollars for a phone that still had that insanely stupid game installed. 

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batye
batye
7/9/2019 1:03:31 AM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
@mhhf1ve  I heard about phone got sold for a high price as it have apps what no longer available in store... and same story about gaming hardware - Xbox 360... 

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batye
batye
7/9/2019 1:01:46 AM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
@mhhf1ve  thanks for the link and info... now I know... it same as cellphones... not easy to get right working hardware for a right price... 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
7/8/2019 6:29:29 PM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
> "remind me of I'm Rich icon from the Apple app store... for $1000... - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_Rich..."

Wow.. back when the app store was still in its infancy! I remember that app and the headlines at the time. I wonder if the handful of people who bought it... still have it? Can an app be a collector's item? 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
7/8/2019 6:27:32 PM
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Re: No $35k MacBooks???
> "I'm saving for basic chromebook - hopefuly by the end of the year......"

FYI, Google lists its end of life support dates for every model of chromebook -- so you don't waste your hard earned bucks on a refurbished device that won't be supported in a few months.

https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/6220366?hl=en

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