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Yahoo! Corporate Office from Hong Kong

Yahoo! Corporate Office from Hong Kong

Microsoft Head Quarters – Amazing Corporate Offices

Microsoft Head Quarters – Amazing Corporate Offices

About Microsoft:

At Microsoft, our mission and values are to help people and businesses throughout the world realize their full potential.

Inside the Macromedia Flash HQ (2003)

Inside the Macromedia Flash HQ (2003)

Macromedia was a North American graphics and Web development software house headquartered in San Francisco, California producing such products as Macromedia Flash as well as Macromedia Dreamweaver. The line of Macromedia products is now controlled by its former rival, Adobe Systems, which acquired Macromedia on December 3, 2005.

Inside the Latest Facebook Office

Inside the Latest Facebook Office

Why Should I Use Facebook?

In terms of raw page hits per month, Facebook is the fastest growing social network in the world. This makes it a great place to look for family, friends, or that long-lost someone who you have always wondered about. The ability to search for people based on their high school, college, or place of work makes finding people easier.

But fun and curiosity are only two of many reasons to join Facebook. A growing number of actors, musicians, writers, and artists are finding Facebook to be a key asset in getting in touch with their fans, and businesses are finding social networks to be a great form of marketing.

Inside the Latest Apple Head Quarters Cupertino Campus

Inside the Latest Apple Head Quarters Cupertino Campus

“Hello, I am Macintosh. Never trust a computer you cannot lift… I’m glad to be out of that bag” – talking Macintosh Computer. In December, 1983, Apple Computers ran its’ famous “1984¨ Macintosh television commercial, on a small unknown station solely to make the commercial eligible for awards during 1984. The commercial cost 1.5 million and only ran once in 1983, but news and talk shows everywhere replayed it, making TV history. The next month, Apple Computer ran the same ad during the NFL Super Bowl, and millions of viewers saw their first glimpse of the Macintosh computer. The commercial was directed by Ridley Scott, and the Orwellian scene depicted the IBM world being destroyed by a new machine, the “Macintosh”.