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STUDY: The Untamed Workforce - Have you seen these Species?
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 19.09.07 - 09:48:39 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 11799x
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As the technological landscape changes, species either emerge, multiply and thrive or weaken and struggle to survive in the constantly shifting digital ecosystem.
To identify all these new species, the Microsoft's Windows Mobile team now teamed-up with the "Mobile Life Conservatory" to catalog and spread appreciation of the many diverse species of the Untamed Workforce.
So far, the Mobile Life Conservatory has identified a couple of species and was even able to shoot some of them in their natural habitat:

Emailius Nonstoppicus
A truly multi-tasking species, the Emailius Nonstoppicus has learned to walk and view e-mail at the same time. Approach this species with caution, as it’s prone to collisions with objects in its path.
Gluttonous Expendicus
Well fed and wide ranging, the Gluttonous Expendicus is able to account for every penny it spends. This species makes for a generous host and never sticks guests with the bill.
Cantfindicus Phonicus
Shifted to the endangered list due to its inability to overcome a reliance on multiple devices, the Cantfindicus Phonicus needs your help. Get involved today!

Now the questions is if you have seen any of this species, maybe you are even one of them? Let us know if you have recognized yourself too. ;-)

Cheers ~ Arne

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