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GNOME Office - Guppi (03:17 GMT)
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再回归到打折问题本身。其实,从微软的客户群来说,无非就是企业和个人。对于企业来说,现在最需要的是"性价比高"的产品,而相对个人来说,尤其是对于我们这些低端个人用户来说,买到低价能用的产品是实惠的。再明显的例子是我们的日常购物,我们经常可以看到一些企业或是商场开展打折(优惠酬宾)活动,或者是一些免费赠送的活动!为什么这样的活动能够吸引众多的消费者呢?很简单,因为便宜,而东西却一样,何乐而不为呢?但如果某样东西是你在某个地方能够以更低价格买到的,或者你清楚这样的优惠实际上并不优惠,那么光临的人肯定也就少了,但是,通过这样的优惠活动可以吸引更多的人,让更多的人知道它,这就是优惠酬宾的原因!   同样,微软的产品到现在为止,无论如何都称得上是"贵族消费"!而随着软件品种的多样化,微软自己也在担心自己的品牌是否能够"百年长青",他们也需要这样那样的销售策略,正如以前所用的屡试不爽的免费试用方式!   打折作为商界中非常常见的促销方式,根本的目的在于引起人们的兴趣,关注它的产品。微软也不例外,尊贵的面容也需要我们去体会,就如越来越多的人喜欢穿穿一些打折的国际名牌!   面对微软的打折,我们是否显得有些敏感了呢?
"再看看微软当前的一些处境。在2004年的最后一个季度,微软的利润达到34.6亿美元,比去年同期的15亿美元增加了一��。创造了新记录。不过最能挣钱的部门还是微软的Windows桌面和Office办公软件,其中Office部门首先27.7亿美元收入,20亿美元的利润;操作系统部门则收入32.2亿美元,利润25.3亿美元。而在2004年微软向美国证监会递交的一份报告中声称,由于业务受到Linux的蚕食和PC市场的持续低迷,2005年将会是非常困难的一年。微软在这份报告中指出,在2005财年,PC市场的增长速度、非商业软件的的成功都将对该公司的运营成果和财务状况产生很大的影响。尤其值得注意的一个问题是,在2004年,微软为了"讨好"股东,开始大幅削减员工福利,如不再在办公室提供免费汽水和毛巾,要求员工使用网络会议软件,避免不必要的旅行。微软称单单减少旅行和宴请支出就可以马上节省2亿美元。这些节省下来的钱部分用于微软向客户返还利润,促进产品销售。"
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HNH - Naxos Classical (03:15 GMT)
Introduccion to Classical Music
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The bodies responsible for the Internet's protocols and parameters can be said to steer the Internet in a significant sense. This document, by Alex Simonelis of Dawson College in Montreal, is a summary of those bodies and their most important characteristics.
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Real Contacts - Home (03:11 GMT)
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"Two thousand years ago a mysterious and little known civilization ruled the northern coast of Peru. Its people were called the Moche.They built huge and bizarre pyramids that still dominate the surrounding countryside; some well over a hundred feet tall. Many are so heavily eroded they look like natural hills; only close up can you see they are made up of millions of mud bricks. Several of the pyramids, known as 'huacas', meaning sacred site in the local Indian dialect, contain rich collections of murals depicting both secular and sacred scenes from the Moche world. Others house the elaborate tombs of Moche leaders. Out in the desert, archaeologists have also found the 2,000-year-old remains of an extensive system of mud brick aqueducts which enabled the Moche to tame their desert environment."
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The Council for Secular Humanism's Online Library.
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未读
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"The archaeological evidence revealed that the earliest Neanderthals had lived in Europe about 200,000 years ago. But then, about 30,000 years ago, they disappeared... just at the time when the first modern humans appear in Europe. The story has it that our ancestors, modern humans, spread out of Africa about 100,000 years ago with better brains and more sophisticated tools. As they spread into Neanderthal territory, they simply out-competed their primitive cousins."
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Don't be a wimp. Get up in people's faces if you're going to take their picture.
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Project Management, Project Tracking Tool, Online, Web-based Hosted, Idea Management, Client Extranet, Project Site System, ASP (simple, elegant, powerful, fast, and usable)
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"メールの最後につける署名は、あらかじめ登録しておくと便利です。登録しておけば、新しいメールを書くたびに自動的に署名がつくようになります。"
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using JavaScript with XMLHttpRequest and a little bit of PHP on the serverside.
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XMLHttpRequest is becoming more and more popular, and many people are currently exploring what we could do with it. Unfortunately this also causes people to reinvent old and forgotten usability problems.
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Earth Beat (02:52 GMT)
Respiración, meditación y factores científicos: rastro para dar con Bryan Josephson
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Vocabulary Training (02:50 GMT)
Tool to train in German, French, and Spanish.
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Message Contents (02:50 GMT)
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My-Find.net Engines (02:49 GMT)
"Following is a list of all the engines hosted by my-find.net with 10 or more sites listed."
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US Library of Congress serves some early examples of American Animation
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Platform (02:45 GMT)
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FMYY-TV Kobe, Japan (02:42 GMT)
Real Video on miniorities in Japan
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MobyGames - Worms (02:41 GMT)
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"ついにSpurlが日本語に対応してくれましたー。"
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The American Thinker (02:39 GMT)
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