Google Headquarters: A Wonder of a Workplace!


A workplace generally for some can be a pressure house & in another extreme you’ll find employees relaxing by drinking coffee or having unnecessary breaks.

To find a work environment that is stimulating, creative,innovative, fun & conducive that will ensure & encourage maximum productive work

from the employees will be hard to come by . . . but NOT with Google Headquarters!

A workplace that is “feng sui” fabulous . . . a high tech company that is virtually a desired home or city . . .

Ever think sometimes you work in the wrong place???!!!

Knowledge is limiting but creativeness & imagination are unlimited.


Moving around: A slide allows quick access from different floors …

There are also poles available … they are similar to the ones used in fire stations.

Food. Employees can eat all they want from a vast choice of food and drink.


Work Station: Each employee has at least two large screens. There are 4-6 ‘Zooglers’ per office.


INNOVATION: Large boards are available just about everywhere because ‘ideas don’t always come when seated in the office’ says one of Googles managers.


LEISURE. Pool tables, video games etc. are available in many areas.


Communication… On each floor, there are private cabin areas where employees can attend to personal affairs.


Technical Support: Problem with your computer ? No problem …Bring it to this area where drinks are available while it is being fixed …


Health: Professional masseurs (eusses) available.


REST … This room provides massage chairs that you control … while you view relaxing aquariums … !!!


Ambiance … There are many books in this library … even some about programming!!


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My question….When do they work …?

How much do they pay employees to work there ..?

But most Importantly ……..

Do they have any vacancies?

Won’t you fight & die for a workplace such as this?

My Bitter Life . . . My Better Half

LOL Just divorced. And no, that's not my car.
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 By P Chong                           Friday, 9 September 2011

LOL. Just Divorced. But no. That’s my car!”

 There are always problems in life


Whatever your status, rich or poor

Powerful or meek

Healthy or sick.

Only time that life bears no problem

Is on the day of your horizontal rest

And that rest is eternal!

So let’s live & let live

Living each day to our best

By changing the way we look at things

Amusingly, life does provide its funny side . . .

Every Wife is a “Mistress” for her Husband. “Miss” for one hour & “Stress” for the rest of the 23 hours!

The are 2 times when a Man doesn’t understand a Woman. Before Marriage and After Marriage.

My Husband and I Divorced over Religious Differences. He thought he was God, and I didn’t. 

Marriage Is like a Public Toilet.Those waiting outside are desperate to get in & those inside are desperate to come out.

Why Were Hurricanes Usually Named After Women?Because when they arrive, they’re wet and wild, 
but when they go, they take your house and car … 

A Man Goes To The Wizard To Ask If He Can Remove A Curse He Has Been Living With For The Last 40 Years. 
The Wizard says, “Maybe, but you will have to tell me the exact words that were used to put the curse on you.
” The man says without hesitation, “I now pronounce you Man And Wife.”

Husband Searching Keywords on Google `How to Tackle Wife? Google Search Result, “Still Searching.” 


Women are like phones: 
They like to be held, 
talked to and 
touched often. 
But push the wrong button
and you’re disconnected . . . 

Romantic SMS Romantic . . . SMS She sends the following message: 
My love if you’re sleeping, send me your dreams. 
If you’re smiling, send me your smile. 
If you’re crying, send me your tears. 
I love you. 
He Replied: I’m in the toilet. What do I send?

Martin Jacques: Understanding the Rise of China

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Ancient Golf in China

 Martin Jacques is the author of “When China Rules the World,” and a columnist for the Guardian and New Statesman. He was a co-founder of the think tank Demos.

This is one idea definitely worth sharing from TED.

What makes China tick?

Speaking at a TED Salon in London 2010, economist Martin Jacques asks: How do we in the West make sense of China and its phenomenal rise? The author of “When China Rules the World,” he examines why the West often puzzles over the growing power of the Chinese economy, and offers three building blocks for understanding what China is and will become.

Wonderful insight! Great lecture!


“China is not like the West, and it will not become like the West as its economy expands over the next decade.”

“This is China , a civilization state rather than a nation state.”


Economist Martin Jacques, author of When China Rules the World, explores why those in the West have trouble understanding China ’s growing power.

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