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BlackBerry enthusiast, entrepreneur, beer sommelier, web designer, social media lover and particularly excited by Firefox OS.

On the channell will post about Life, BlackBerry, marketing, design, art, web development, coding, social media, freelancing, tech, gaming, beer and more… Just like on my blog and Tumblr!

Are you on BBM? Then follow my BBM personal channel C003A038A!

BlackBerry enthusiast, entrepreneur, beer sommelier, web designer, social media lover and particularly excited by Firefox OS.

On the channell will post about Life, BlackBerry, marketing, design, art, web development, coding, social media, freelancing, tech, gaming, beer and more… Just like on my blog and Tumblr!

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Melhor mensagem sobre Beber x Dirigir, estampada na tampinha da garrafa de uma Cerveja!

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Muito criativo o Halloween da Pepsi!

Muito criativo o Halloween da Pepsi!

The Weather Co. – parent of The Weather Channel – has decades of weather information at its fingertips and they’ve decided to use this as a business opportunity, specifically for marketing professionals who would like to tie the weather to programs that reach prospective customers.
Your relationship with products is different depending on the city you are or the microclimate you live in. This is a pretty good trick by The Weather Co as manipulating its data so effectively, it becomes valuable to both the marketer and the costumer.

The Weather Co. – parent of The Weather Channel – has decades of weather information at its fingertips and they’ve decided to use this as a business opportunity, specifically for marketing professionals who would like to tie the weather to programs that reach prospective customers.

Your relationship with products is different depending on the city you are or the microclimate you live in. This is a pretty good trick by The Weather Co as manipulating its data so effectively, it becomes valuable to both the marketer and the costumer.

(Source: quen-quen.com)