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Если уже завтра умирать, не забудьте выспаться сегодня. More Valeriy Kazanjants [04/22/2018 10:04:54]
A rose blossoms in love. More Anzhelika Miropolceva [04/22/2018 08:04:35]
I'm not the discoverer of the observation that sons, devoid of maternal love, often try to compensate for this deficit by becoming Don Juanes, while daughters who had not enough of their father's love are drawn to men of the age of their fathers. More Prince Alexander [04/21/2018 03:04:59]
Not every author is able to take a critical look at his work.-AnnaIsAronova More Anna Aronova [04/21/2018 12:04:26]
I can hit you, but I have a large vocabulary. More Nastasia Samburskaya [04/21/2018 12:04:30]
I was not young than 100 years ago. More Jeanne Calment [04/21/2018 12:04:38]
I'm in love with wine. More Jeanne Calment [04/21/2018 12:04:36]
I only have one wrinkle, and I'm sitting on it. More Jeanne Calment [04/21/2018 12:04:01]
God has forgotten about me! More Jeanne Calment [04/21/2018 12:04:22]
All terrorist acts stem from a lack of culture. More Iosif Kobzon [04/20/2018 01:04:59]
Only fools say that every age has its own charm. More Iosif Kobzon [04/20/2018 01:04:46]
Continuity of generations is not broken, the system is broken. More Iosif Kobzon [04/20/2018 01:04:40]
Of course, nothing changes if people do not change. More Basta [04/20/2018 09:04:52]
Women should work, but do not drag everything on themselves. More Basta [04/20/2018 09:04:10]
I have one talent - it is work capacity. More Basta [04/20/2018 09:04:34]
Civil marriage is the connection of a woman with low self-esteem with a man with low responsibility. More She Is Unknown [04/20/2018 09:04:06]
There would be no wheels. It's terrible to imagine - wherever the sticks would be ed. More Jurijj Tatarkin [04/20/2018 09:04:38]
Happiness fell so suddenly that only by a miracle did not kill it. More Author Unknown [04/20/2018 09:04:21]
By the way, as far as I know, if in Russia a person quit drinking and smoking not because of an extensive heart attack, it means that he became rich. This state is everywhere the same, other goals immediately appear in life. More Viacheslav Fetisov [04/20/2018 07:04:05]
It is easy to be lonely when there is no worthy partner around, but it's difficult when you are worthy nobody. More Eugene Ryabyi [04/20/2018 06:04:15]
The sin of adultery can not be washed away neither toilet soap nor warm water. More Eugene Ryabyi [04/20/2018 06:04:35]
To drink is a whole art. I have not met decent people who are not drinking. More Sergey Shnurov [04/19/2018 09:04:46]
Happiness is a state of a person's soul before he is grieved. More Cupa Genieous [04/19/2018 08:04:29]
If you look at the arc and growth of content over time.... In 1995, there were 3 million Web pages on the Web and they could be categorized into categories. Which was Yahoo. At some point, the content just begins to explode, which means the directory model has to fall by the wayside because you can't categorize everything, all the way, all the time, and that is what really gave rise to search.... When content gets large, you need to search. But now the Web is so vast you need different organizing tools in addition to search in order to see different aspects of it. I think that social is something really important there. What content have my friends written? Or people I know and respect, what have they written? What have they liked? What have they read themselves? Those pieces help to make sense of this vast sea of information that is the Web. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
Smart monetization of [mobile] usage is inevitable. We intend to participate fully in the innovation and experimentation required to make mobile a material part of our business. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
It's important to be transparent so everyone can understand what you're thinking and why you're motivated, because that ultimately helps give the organization stability. There needs to be a platform for people to decide, do we share your philosophies and backgrounds and make the same decisions you do, or do we not? If there is one thing that makes an organization stable, it's when there is a consistency of thought and decision making. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
With data collection, 'the sooner the better' is always the best answer. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
The market favors open choice for search, and companies should compete for users based on their quality of search services. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
I definitely think what drives technology companies is the people, because in a technology company, it's always about what are you going to do next? More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
Will the social networking phenomenon lessen? I don't think so. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
Creativity loves constraint. Simplicity is king on the small screen. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
If you can push through that feeling of being scared, that feeling of taking a risk, really amazing things can happen. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
You can't have everything you want, but you can have the things that really matter to you. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
For each of the executive hires I've made--and every hire I've made--I've gotten the exact person I wanted. It's been surprisingly easy to assemble what I think is the best and brightest team. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
Product management really is the fusion between technology, what engineers do--and the business side. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
If you can find something that you're really passionate about, whether you're a man or a woman comes a lot less into play. Passion is a gender-neutralizing force. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
In technology, it's about the people. Getting the best people, retaining them, nurturing a creative environment, and helping to find a way to innovate. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
I think threats are always opportunities...and I think the opportunity for us is to focus on the users and innovate. Then the opposite of that is really the biggest threat, which is that we would somehow become complacent. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
Work for someone who believes in you, because when they believe in you they'll invest in you. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
Our theory is, if you need the user to tell you what you're selling, then you don't know what you're selling, and it's probably not going to be a good experience. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
I realized in all the cases where I was happy with the decision I made, there were two common threads: Surround myself with the smartest people who challenge you to think about things in new ways, and do something you are not ready to do so you can learn the most. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
We believe that if we focus on the users, the money will come. In a truly virtual business, if you're successful, you'll be working at something that's so necessary people will pay for it in subscription form. Or you'll have so many users that advertisers will pay to sponsor the site. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that's how you grow. When there's that moment of 'Wow, I'm not really sure I can do this,' and you push through those moments, that's when you have a breakthrough. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
The utmost thing is the user experience, to have the most useful experience. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:55]
I think Google should be like a Swiss Army knife: clean, simple, the tool you want to take everywhere. More Marissa Mayer [04/18/2018 09:04:11]
Any friendship ends in enmity, if it ends.- AnnaIsAronova More Anna Aronova [04/18/2018 03:04:17]
Do not fuss, life takes a lot of time from people! More Georgiy Vitsin [04/18/2018 10:04:48]
With freedom everything is fine, but with responsibility - it's bad. More Alexandr Zharov [04/18/2018 08:04:44]
As for locks of IP addresses. We have always been supporters of the fact that security is paramount, but it is impossible to attach a policeman to everyone, it is impossible to put a camera in each room, it is impossible to read every letter. And if it is possible, then will citizens want to live in such conditions, when they are always under 100 supervision? I do not think so. Therefore, in everything there should be reasonable boundaries. It is impossible because of Telegram to stop life in the country, to disconnect the Internet and create problems for millions of citizens. More Author Unknown [04/18/2018 08:04:42]
How not to twist, and the wind blows in the direction to which the weathercock points ... More Guguce [04/18/2018 07:04:36]

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