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Nuno Almeida
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Awesome piece about the rock scene in the place I grew up (in Portuguese). Stupendous writing too, good curated blog about Coimbra, will definitely keep an eye from now on.

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Can your products and services be relevant in global maritime market sectors? Have a look at our trends review, and get in touch if you'd like to discuss how we may be able to help:

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Understanding international trends across the range of markets we operate in is key to the success of our business development projects. Back in mid December we predicted oil price would dip and that investors considering where to put their money in the long term should consider alternative instruments. Having a look at oil prices since then, we're proved right. Oil price will fluctuate, but it's unlikely to recover fully within Q2. Through my involvement in a few angel networks I wonder why people would put money on something like this at this point in time. To know more, visit out website and get in touch at http://www.almeidaconsulting.co.uk/blog/files/fa2811be227f2021b47c0174c3f1a506-1.html
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and our latest iteration of our website is out. For companies looking to improve their business development strategy across multiple industries, this is the place to visit:

http://www.almeidaconsulting.co.uk

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The Soil and the Sun (play loud)

I Know It (I Feel It, Too) - the Soil & the Sun

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Will India's technology sector continue to grow at a staggering pace? Maybe. Maybe not.

Outsourcing boomed in part because it avoided government: the product was exported through global networks. The mobile internet needs capital, payment systems and wireless capacity. In all three areas the government is in the way.

http://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21573557-pioneer-outsourcing-laggard-internet-era-can-india-become-leader-mobile?fsrc=scn/gp/wl/pe/LookingforindiaZuck

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It's future as we thought it was going to be in 10 years about 15 years ago. Or another view on why Microsoft is struggling (hints: no social features, there are lots of waving at big projected images, and there is a living room where the couch is still facing a TV). 
Predicting the future.  What might our houses and offices look like in 10 years time?  

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