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‘POSE’ — Features Galore, But Simple To Use, Powerful Cloud-Based ‘Point Of Sale’ (POS) Solution By Israeli Tech Giant ‘Interspace Ltd.’

by Anura Guruge


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Interspace Ltd.‘ is Israel’s GoDaddy — i.e., provider of anything and everything to do with Web hosting and e-business. They are a Tech Giant in Israel. It is a company with a proven ‘Midas Touch’! Everything they touch turns to GOLD.

POSE is the latest offering by Interspace and the first Interspace product available in the U.S.A. Wow.

Interspace was founded, in 1996, by my friend, Dr. Itzik Nosatzki — who I consider to be THE CLEVEREST (and most charming) man in Israel. Back in the 1990s I had the honor of working with Itzik. Talk about GENIUS, was like being in the presence of Einstein, Edison & Tesla rolled into one. In my book Itzik is a visionary’s visionary. A serial entrepreneur with a long, proven & solid record and portfolio of success.

This is why I am backing POSE — without reservation. Itzik does not screw up. You can put your money on anything developed under Itzik’s leadership.

So, POSE will be a huge winner. More than likely a market leader within 12-months.

He, generous as ever, is offering a FREE trial. So, what have you got to lose.

Give POSE a try. You will be glad you tried.

Enjoy.


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Sigmund Freud, As In The ‘Slip’, Was Born This Day 161-Years Ago, In Austria — On May 6, 1856.

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By today’s standard’s pretty dramatic and catholic statement to make.




Other than the ‘slip’ I am not sure that I am a great subscriber to his work. I think, deep down, he was somewhat of a pervert! But, hey, he got away with it.

As with Einstein I often think that ‘they’, obviously, lived in a different, less competitive, less skeptical, less cynical world. I am not sure how either of them would be treated if they published their work in today’s ‘everybody can have a say’, social-media world.

Does not matter. He made an indelible mark.

I did go to school with one of his grandsons. Nice kid. A few years younger than me. He painted, at my request, a dramatic, mainly black lunar-scape in my study. It was neat.

Anywho. Freud’s birthday. May 6.


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Think – Today: Why Is The U.S. Presidential Inauguration Always On January 20, Irrespective Of The Day Of Week?

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bill_clintonThe next one will be, rain or shine, and whether it falls on a Sunday or Wednesday, on January 20, 2017. Why is it always (as far as you can remember) always on January 20? Why?


Think first, then research, then THINK again. Think for the pleasure of thinking.


Yesterday’s ‘Think’: “Famous early 20th century scientists and Google” — We will never know the answer, one way or another. All we can do is speculate, and there are pros and cons (so to speak). Some of these famous scientists, Einstein for one, were original thinkers. They didn’t rely too much upon prior work done by others. By that was not an absolute. At some point in their life they must have done some research to get to where they were — and Google could have helped. There is also the matter that, ‘then’ compared to now, there wasn’t as much of a body of prior work that they could have called upon — with or without Google. But it is also true that there were numerous situations where a scientist would spend years solving a problem only discover that somebody else had already solved it unbeknownst to them! Google could have minimized that. It is also the case that scientists were sometimes totally unaware of germane published work done by their contemporaries. It is claimed that Hubble (the famed cosmologist) went for years without being aware of Einstein’s work. Google could have helped. So, we will never know. Then there is the matter that Google can be a huge distraction and thus a potential time-waster! On balance, though, it might be safe to say that Google probably could have helped these famous scientists.


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