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Establishing prices, who wants rationality?

Priceless.
A matter of exploitation? For instance, if a factory could be sustained (salaries, installations, development and profit) with a margin of 100%, or double, simply selling products with a price of 10, what happens if the brand tries to sell them for 1000? Is it a fair price? If richness…
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Dollar-Euro conversion in lowest rates

Dollar-Euro conversion in lowest rates
A year ago the conversion was approximately $1.35 per Euro and now it's near $1.11. This is a strong difference for international contracts as the exchange ratio is nearer to 1:1. With $1.35 any three euros make approximately $4, gaining one. Now for the same gain you would need €9;…
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Measures of change

Measures of change
International organizations, governments of any region know the effects of not establishing solid strategies to solve the mistakes that the present time carries with its history. It would seem irrational to continue promoting a society where the rate of consumption sustains the private sector if that creates more and more…
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Click, click, Pagerank looks outdated

Click, click, Pagerank looks outdated
Like it or not, we have a big boy with enough self-importance thinking his ideas should be accepted by force such as the pagerank algorithm serves for qualifying web pages accurately. The California based Internet giant of today, Google, proposed far ago a simple dichotomy: if a web page is…
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What policy for spare parts?

What policy for spare parts?
Before buying a product, it's the unforgettable question. Failing to do so could bring different issues with several levels of harm toward individuals or also from a global viewpoint. The free market dogma comes with multiple setbacks that after decades and decades are still not resolved. That's why it's always…
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Open source living with capitalism (part two)

Open source living with capitalism (part two)
Software companies have to experience the most critical kind of competency that other fields do not normally know about as the price of materials for production prevents other market entities to plant another business, in front of them, where the product is given away without paying. If the gift even…
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Open source living with capitalism (part one)

Open source living with capitalism (part one)
Anyone can release the source code of any application, for that it's not necessary to claim for movements or accompany a logo or a name. That's rather common in academic endeavors, or for those whom like to establish collaboration environments. There are other possible reasons because open source increases the…
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Software that causes e-waste

Sooner or later it comes to you!
Even if some technology gets different with time, software always permits to give support without limitations. Why? That's because the code is simply that, it's made for a purpose. It can be built upon, with cases and solutions. With a well-conceived policy there's no necessity of forcing users to throw…
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When the manufacturer plays unfair

When the manufacturer plays unfair
A product like any other, with functionality during some time but after a bit you discover that it uses pieces of bad quality, thought to break easily and charging a considerable price for spare parts. Even, some manufacturers do have a terrible customer service that forces the user to lose…
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Earth's instability Part II

Earth's instability Part II
More instability comes with facts like ocean acidification due to carbon dioxide absorption, as the pH of this aqueous solution increases. The melting in polar areas causes putrefaction of organic tissues leading to more potential harmful gases. A rise in the level of oceans increase pressures in some areas, with…
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