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A very brief analysis of the so-called Greek problem

I wanted to repost here an analysis of the Greek crisis by Nightfall's singer Efthimis Karadimas. The reason for doing this is not just because he is my bandmate, as someone would argue, but because more people should be aware that Nightfall is not all about aggressive guitars & grotesque melodies. Nightfall is a philosophical artistic ship. I will let Efthimis now continue this introduction with his views on the economic turmoil that has been devastating this "land of holy grace"!

"Many things are said the last few weeks about the Greek debt problem and the attitude of the Hellenic State and its citizens collectively. As an artistic vehicle of Greek origin Nightfall take the opportunity to offer music people -who may lack proper information about the political and financial matters ruling everyone’s life these harsh days- a brief view of current events. Firstly it is worthy to mention to everyone abroad that there is a massive pressure lately towards a financial…

The next new thing by Silicon Valley's strategist S. Tatsuno!

Dear readers,

I had some very interesting thoughts exchange with Silicon Valley's strategist Sheridan Tatsuno! I was lucky and honored to meet him in personal, attend his lectures, project set-ups & class discussion contributions, while studying at Jonkoping's International Business School in Sweden.

Here's what he says about the next new thing happening around the globe right now...

"The Next New Thing will be global networks where billions of smartphone users create new content (photos, videos, images, text, etc.) in unlimited new ways that we can’t even imagine right now, just as Internet developers created new Web businesses and groups that we couldn’t imagine at Stanford in 1993 before Mosaic and Yahoo! showed up. The future belongs to visionaries who find useful services and market needs, then build and share them. That’s the role of Silicon Valley Global Network: to connect emerging visionaries.

The world really needs new companies and industries to c…