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Is this an appropriate recommendation?See more customer buying adviceLet us know if any of these recommendations are inappropriate.Finished giving feedback? Click here to hide the feedback buttons.Card text: G, Choose and discard a creature card: Search your library for a creature card, reveal that card to all players, and put it into your hand.Shuffle your library afterwards.Rice, Irene and Mark - Farm, landscape and other photographs are available for purchase.Duck SoupMichael Bedard28 in x 24 inBuy This Art Print At AllPosters Framed | MountedWhat's new:Software spending is flat, making it harder for small companies to survive, and making the big players restless.Bottom line:Analysts foresee an increase in consolidation in the enterprise software arena, as the giants aim to become one-stop shops for more customers.Sun Microsystems' chief operating officer and president, Jonathan Schwartz, created a stir earlier this month when he disclosed that Sun has considered buying Novell. Although the notion of a Sun-Novell merger was dismissed as unlikely by many industry analysts, the hint of the discussions in Sun's executive suite demonstrates the dramatic moves that technology suppliers are considering.Sun is not alone. Two straight quarters of declining license revenue, along with a string of executive departures and a reorganization at BEA Systems have rekindled questions about the company's long-term viability as a standalone software maker.Indeed, during trial testimony involving Oracle's unsolicited offer to buy business application maker Peoplesoft, Oracle disclosed that BEA was a potential takeover target. At the same time, Microsoft and SAP dropped a bombshell by announcing that they had held exploratory merger talks in the wake of Oracle's pursuit of PeopleSoft. When you can't grow organically, you look to grow or better position yourself through consolidation, said Paul Crisci, managing director of Broadview, a division of Jeffries, which advises companies on mergers and acquisitions. The worst job in the world right now is a software salesman--there are too many software companies fighting for too few dollars in the marketplace. Swallowing up the minnowsSmaller companies continue to be prey for larger technology suppliers. Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Sun and Veritas have each purchased several smaller companies to fill out their utility computing product portfolios. With limited opportunities to go public on the stock market, the great majority of new start-up companies need to consider an exit strategy that involves a close partnership or merger with a larger company, according to market observers. We argue that in a couple years, most of the names you're familiar with will no longer be around. --Martin Wolfinvestment adviserMany smaller companies are already doing just that, building close alliances with the industry behemoths through partnerships and technical integration. Similarly, large corporate customers are choosing to do business with a few suppliers and technology platforms on which they build and run applications, analysts note. New technology solutions have become narrower and narrower because there are fewer big problems that need to be solved, said Paul Maeder, managing general partner at venture capital firm Highland Capital.Maeder suggests that new companies should apply technology to underserved industries, such as health care and transportation. Customers are likely to rely on their tried-and-tested suppliers for the technology in their data centers, which may ultimately mean that the big will get bigger. Whatever piece of software you provide in the IT-intensive part of the economy, like the data center, is by definition going to be part of another solution, Maeder said.These conditions--in which providers fight over dollars in flat or slow-growing IT budgets--will lead to a quicker pace of mergers and acquisitions, even compared with the software industry's rich history of deals, some experts predict. If the enterprise software market does see more weeding out, it could change the makeup of the industry.DisneylandPlan Your TripGuidesDisneylandCalifornia AdventureDowntown DisneyGrand Californian HotelDisneyland HotelParadise Pier HotelCompare s | Full Specifications | Description | User Reviews | AMG Review | Screen Shotshome | recent news | current issue | writer's guidelines | employment | buyer's guide | XCHANGE archives | staff contactsbuyer's guide listing form | media kit | telecom websites | subscribe | reprints | trade showsUsually ships within 2-3 daysTracey ShiffmanMichael Bedard S/N Duck Limited Edition #3Fine Art : PrintmakingArt Spoofs 1Art Spoofs 2Comedians 1Comedians 2Comedians 3Comedians 4Comedians 5Comedians 6Comedians 7Comedians 8Comedians 9Comedians 10Comedians 11Comedians 12Comedians 13Comedians 14Disney Art Prints 1Disney Art Prints 2Disney Art Prints 3Disney Art Prints 4Disney Art Prints 5Disney Art Prints 6Disney Art Prints 7Disney Art Prints 8Disney Art Prints 9Disney Posters 1Disney Posters 2Disney Posters 3Disney Posters 4Humor 1Humor 2Humor 3Humor 4Humor 5Humor 6Humor 7Humor 8Humor 9Humor 10Humor 11Humor 12Humor 13Humor 14Humor 15Humor 16Humor 17Humor 18Humor 19Humor 20Humor 21Humor 22Humor 23Humor 24Humor 25Humor 26Humor 27Humor 28Humor 29Humor 30Humor 31Humor 32Humor 33Humor 34Humor 35Humor 36Humor 37Humor 38Humor 39Humor 40Humor 41Humor 42Humor 43Humor 44Humor 45Humor 46Humor 47Humor 48Humor 49Humor 50Humor 51Humor 52Humor 53Humor in Art 1Humor in Art 2Humor in Art 3Humor in Art 4Humor in Art 5Humor in Art 6Humor in Art 7Looney Tunes 1Party Humor 1Party Humor 2Party Humor 3Party Humor 4Party Humor 5Party Humor 6Party Humor 7Party Humor 8Party Humor 9Party Humor 10Party Humor 11Party Humor 12Simpsons, The 1Simpsons, The 2Simpsons, The 3Simpsons, The 4Funny Posters - HumorIn association with AllPosters, MisterJoke presents you with a selection of funny posters for sale. Perfect for the bedroom, dorm room or anywhere else. After you find the funny poster or print you like, click on that image to see a bigger picture and ordering details. Almost all posters and prints can be framed or mounted.All transactions are safe and secure. Search For Posters! 25.80More Books Good! good! cried the big Awgwas, in a chorus, and they clapped their hands to applaud the speech of the King. But what shall we do with him? asked one of the creatures. I have a plan, replied the wicked King; and what his plan was you will soon discover.That night Claus went to bed feeling very happy, for he had completed no less than four pretty toys during the day, and they were sure, he thought, to make four little children happy. But while he slept the band of invisible Awgwas surrounded his bed, bound him with stout cords, and then flew away with him to the middle of a dark forest in far off Ethop, where they laid him down and left him.When morning came Claus found himself thousands of miles from any human being, a prisoner in the wild jungle of an unknown land.From the limb of a tree above his head swayed a huge python, one of those reptiles that are able to crush a man's bones in their coils. A few yards away crouched a savage panther, its glaring red eyes fixed full on the helpless Claus. One of those monstrous spotted spiders whose sting is death crept stealthily toward him over the matted leaves, which shriveled and turned black at its very touch.But Claus had been reared in Burzee, and was not afraid. Come to me, ye Knooks of the Forest! he cried, and gave the low, peculiar whistle that the Knooks know.The panther, which was about to spring upon its victim, turned and slunk away. The python swung itself into the tree and disappeared among the leaves. The spider stopped short in its advance and hid beneath a rotting log.Teri HatcherMedia PageClick here to see more images, movies, and audio files.About 30,000 fine art prints.Shipping fee 4.00 (UK).Delivery within 2-3 days.Payment by credit / debit card.Return privilege (14 days).Gift service free of charge.Privacy policy.Cassius Clay V. Sonny Listonby Anonymous31.5x23.5SLOW LORIS -- paperbackby DEACON, ALEXISANGELS -- paperback (A format)by KEYES, MARIANFORM BREAKERS FOR THE FLAT -- paperbackby MOUNT, ANDREWMAN WHO WALKS -- paperbackby WARNER, ALANPhotographyAll PhotographyBlack and WhiteB & W LandscapesEroticAdamsDepollasErwittGuichardMcEneryRosenfeldStefanich



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