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Dec
31
2012

[Comic] Tech CEOs and their companies’ 2013 New Year Resolutions

Posting comics on Technically Motivated is something I've never done before; but with 2012 coming to a close and 2013 either already started, or just around the corner across the world, I thought I'd end the year with a little humour, courtesy of JoyOfTech.com. One of the common things for people to do on entering a new year is to declare one or more New Year's Resolutions, certain goals they want to achieve in the next year to keep them motivated, to enjoy themselves more or to just be better off in general. If the CEOs of major tech companies set their own New Year's Resolutions for themselves or their companies, what might some of them be? Here are a few funny and poignant guesses:

The Joy of Tech: New Year's 2013 Resolutions - by Nitrozac & Snaggy. View this comic at http://www.joyoftech.com/

ROFL!

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