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Moaz Bambi (‫معاذ‬‎)
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One rarely ever sees arguments that are actually productive. Arguments in their nature as I've just thought about them are in simple categories:

1- Arguments that are ending with an action
These are the type of religious, scientific, and business arguments between experts in the subject of the argument. The type of which actions result. Say, by the end of the scientific argument, experts conclude a scientific guidelines or such. These type of arguments happen in very tightly-controlled environments, like "closed rooms", executive office of a corporation, and public forums and gatherings with invested legislative powers. As forward as this type may seem, it only constitutes the minority of the arguments around social interactions. But this type is also the only productive/disruptive type.

2- Arguments to see "who comes on top"
These arguments are the most widely spread type. It happens everyday, everywhere, and anyone can take a part in this type. It almost always has no positive outcome, nor the participants think it does most of the time, and the sole purpose of conducting this type is for personal satisfaction and social acceptance (the second one is mostly perceived and not actual). Thus why this type is recurrent; participants initiate or participate whenever they need that surge in adrenaline and the following dopamine (for the "winner", at least).

3- Arguments with hidden agenda
This type can be mixed with one of the two preceding it. It can't always be distinguished from those other two as it portrays having the goals of either one of them. This type can be found especially prominent in the media. Participants argue to serve higher powers, to gain more income, or to sell their products or even themselves.

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Smart Glass is cooler, but Smartbands are more practical.
I'll definitely be buying one in 2015 (or late 2014). It all boils down to the more optimized user experience between the two form factors, I think.
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Hmmm.
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نوعين من الناس أخطط لمسار حديثي معهم قبل البدء: الأغبياء جدا حتى لا أغلط عليهم، والأذكياء جدا حتى لا أغلط أمامهم.
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Is there a limit to how powerful processors can ever be?
This is beyond impressive. I haven't even began to really utilize my current SD800.. Not even as 10% of how much I've fully utilized TI OMAP 4460
Qualcomm on Monday announced that its flagship 64-bit mobile processors will arrive next year, when they should equip various smartphones and tablets from Qualcomm partners — especially high-end mo...
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One of my long-time standings is that knowledge can't, not even marginally, be measured with certificates owned by the subject. Neither its quantity nor quality are of any use. You can easily see a screw up with the highest (academic) degree, just as easy as you can find a brilliant man with no certificates in what he does.

This is not to say I'm against education. I'm just against placing its degree as the sole and (almost) only requirement for hire. How many organizations would accept a college-dropout or an "uneducated" candidate? Few.
And how many would do so locally here in Saudi Arabia? I could confidently say 0 (except for current small startups).

The TV show ( #Suits ) demonstrates how pathetic the world is when we place more value on one's formal education than on his actual achievements and performance.
Suits is not a scientific argument obviously, but it nicely shows the reality of the world's current stand on formal eduction.
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You know what I find so condescending and irritating?
Ending an article with a battery of questions.

Don't you hate that too? Answer in the comments
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I wish I could report some more success.
Alas the courts move very slowly here as elsewhere

Good luck with all you do!

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Oh the good life of security analysts.
Fredrick Almroth and Mathias Karlsson are the co-founders of Detectify. This post originally appeared on the Detectify blog. To stay on top on the latest security alerts, we ...
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What software will you use?


#Technology #uninstaller #pctools #pctips #IObit
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Making more than one joke in a science presentation?

You're simply labeled in my mind as: "annoyingly irritating."
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    Moaz has organized events in and outside of university campus spreading the word about Google products and technologies, conducted workshops and conferences training participants in Google technologies and Google Apps, and has also showcased latest Google innovations and mobile technologies and demonstrated how Google products may be incorporated into the workspace of a student.
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    Mini-MBA, Finance, Business and Entrepreneurship, 2013 - 2014
    At: Harvard Business School (Hi Lab) - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) - PopTech faculty
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