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How Did Sony Find Out Which Marketing Partner Was Not Loyal to Them?

In 1992, Toho gave the film rights to the Godzilla franchise to Sony Pictures Entertainment, the company’s American motion picture division, for them to make an American Godzilla film. The project was assigned to Sony’s recently acquired subsidiary, TriStar Pictures, which began filming in 1994. But did you know how Sony found out which marketing …

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Robert Wang

Why Does the Inventor of the Instant Pot Read Every Customer Review?

If Steve Jobs is known for his excellent design in creating Apple products, Robert Wang, is known for inventing the Instant Pot. But why does this millionaire inventor spend time reading each and every customer review on his products? Every review matters to Robert Wang, the inventor of Instant Pot. He created a new model …

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What is the “Mean World Syndrome”?

Violence can be seen across different media platforms. Shows focus on a variety of violence that often portray gruesome crimes, and the potential evil people may possess. But did you know that because we are constantly exposed to this kind of content, it affects our general perception of the world? A journalist in the seventies …

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Judit Polgar was the only female chess player to reach the top 50. She was the product of an educational experiment by her father, who wanted to prove that “geniuses are made, not born”. As such, he decided to vigorously train his daughters for chess from a young age

Judit Polgár The native form of this personal name is Polgár Judit. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals. Judit Polgár (born 23 July 1976) is a Hungarian chess player. She is generally considered the strongest female chess player of all time. Since September 2015, she has been inactive as a tournament player. …

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Meet Peter Oakley, known as Geriatric1927 on youtube, he was the most subscribed youtube account in 2006, in his channel he talked about his life experiences, such as growing up in the UK during WW2 and experiencing the British inter-war school system, he passed away in 2014 at 86 years old

Peter Oakley For the United States Representative, see Peter Davis Oakley. Peter Oakley (20 August 1927 – 23 March 2014) was a pensioner from Bakewell, Derbyshire, England. He was better known by his pseudonym geriatric1927 on the video sharing website YouTube. Making his YouTube debut in August 2006 with Telling it all, a series of …

Meet Peter Oakley, known as Geriatric1927 on youtube, he was the most subscribed youtube account in 2006, in his channel he talked about his life experiences, such as growing up in the UK during WW2 and experiencing the British inter-war school system, he passed away in 2014 at 86 years old Read More »

Meet Chess960 – a game created by Bobby Fischer which uses the same board and pieces of regular chess, but randomly shuffles the home row to prevent players from relying on memorized strategies and instead rely on their own creativity

Chess960 Chess960, also known as Fischer Random Chess or Fischerandom, is a variant of chess invented and advocated by former world chess champion Bobby Fischer, announced publicly on June 19, 1996, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It employs the same board and pieces as standard chess, but the starting position of the pieces on the players’ …

Meet Chess960 – a game created by Bobby Fischer which uses the same board and pieces of regular chess, but randomly shuffles the home row to prevent players from relying on memorized strategies and instead rely on their own creativity Read More »