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January, 16th 2009

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Of the many client problems IBM works to solve, I don't think "Sea Monsters" has ever made the list.  Although to be fair, I haven't checked with the folks at Hursley.  Maybe our animation isn't representative. 

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September 29, 2014
9:52 pm

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November 14, 2010
7:07 pm

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Posted by: Catrice Cavaliere
April 5, 2010
11:34 pm

More knowledge is a good thing. Like knowing that IBM supplied all the computers for logging prisoners in Auschwitz. Like knowing they created the codes that would be tattooed onto the forearms of those kept in those camps. It’s nice to know that IBM made a lot of money off that.

Posted by: Loves To Spooge
February 12, 2009
3:11 pm

Please remember that SMARTER does not mean more complicated. The genius is in simplicty not more complicated so it takes incredibly smart people to understand. SIMPLIFY

Posted by: Charles W> Christison
February 1, 2009
3:52 pm

I, for one, welcome our new sea-monster overlords.

Posted by: Samish
February 1, 2009
2:49 pm

Yes, all this is plausible, but doctors don’t care now-a-days like they used to and would never go through the trouble to do such a thing – unless you paid them a hole hell of a lot of money.

Posted by: Zac
January 31, 2009
10:32 am

My my, and this from the company, of which the CEO stated in 1943 that he “thought it was feasible that there will be a need for 5 to 7 computers, worldwide, in the future….”
Mmmm, I’ll risk the seamonsters.
—————————-Remember, it’s not who you kill,
It’s what kind of cereal you eat
from their skull for breakfast.

Posted by: Daan Zonderland
January 31, 2009
2:34 am

Sea monsters are going to be the least of your worries if some sort of thing like that became reality.

Posted by: bruswayne
January 31, 2009
1:28 am

Are you a retard, or just acting like one?

Posted by: That guy
January 30, 2009
6:35 pm

i respect tha sea monsters

Posted by: one kid
January 30, 2009
4:40 am

Or you know, IBM could sell your genetic history to the nazi’s to ensure that you’re sent off to a death camp.
Never forget the company who continued to help “cleanse” the human race

Posted by: Jim
January 29, 2009
11:14 pm

Nice voice…

Posted by: tommy
January 28, 2009
4:34 pm

Is the narrator to this piece the same guy who narrated the song “19″ back in the 80s? Seems like he is.

Posted by: Scott
January 28, 2009
12:23 am

Imagine if my -insurance company- DIDN’T have access to the medical history of my entire family tree.
There was a time when what you told your doctor stayed with your doctor. That time is gone. And so is the trust.

Posted by: BillinDetroit
January 16, 2009
3:55 pm

More info is a great thing, knowledge is power, great video.

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