If you could host a dinner party and invite any four people either living or dead, whom would you invite and what would the five of you discuss together? If I am to invite any four people for a dinner party, it would be my pleasure to have the following present: First of all, I would be happy to dine with the chairman and chief architect of the world wide leader in software services and solutions, Microsoft Corporation. The guy considered to be the richest man on earth, no other than William Bill Gates. Another visitor whom I would like to join us would be one of the top businessmen in South Africa, the Chairman of Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd., Mr. Patrice Motsepe. My third guest passed away last June 25, 1997. He was known for his invention of the underwater camera and underwater TV processes as well as numerous undersea expeditions and TV specials made useful up to the present. I would be glad if he could join us from the world of the unknown Mr. Jacques-Yves Cousteau. And finally my last but definitely not the least visitor would be the 43rd President of the United States, Mr. George Walker Bush.
Our discussion would center on modern inventions for the global market and its impacts on the business world. We would specifically deal on Bill Gates vision for 2005 the digital lifestyle. First of all, our top businessman Mr. Motsepe will discuss to us the current trend of the world market and the pressing technological needs faced by the business world. We would like to know what sort of difficulties if there are any, are faced by the mining industry, and how technology can play a part in solving these issues. In addition, President Bush will also share to us the present problems faced by his administration and the implications of these in the business community. We also would like the president to tell us his thoughts on the role of technology in decreasing these problems and gearing forward to its solutions.
Moreover, we would like to hear suggestions from Mr. Gates on how technology can play a vital role in addressing the problems faced in this era and possible innovations that will be created to improve the quality of business and governance. It is imperative that he would work hand in hand with our representatives from business and from the government to create technological solutions to our issues. Furthermore, I would like Gates to share to us the different innovations from Microsoft that we would expect to emerge in the year 2005 and the usefulness of these innovations in peoples lives particularly in the corporate setting.
Here, Mr. Jacques-Yves Cousteau would be helpful to tell us all about his underwater television and how this can be improved by Gates digital means. We also would like him to share to us some ideas that could lead to further inventions and technologies that can be used underwater. Finally, the presidents presence is very important since we would need his support not only for the spread of the new technological innovations but also for its use in the business world. It would be very fantastic if the government will also benefit from the modern innovations and processes used in the business community.
Essay Dinner at My Place
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Every year on Halloween; my favorite holiday, I had a very special dinner party. It looks like it was that time of the year again. So I pulled out my phone book and decided to invite a couple of people over. After putting lots of thought into it, I decided to invite three people: Jesse Berst, Molly Masland, and Julia Walker. Now these three people aren’t just any three people. They all have something in common; they know about about online shopping. They are all some type of reporter and have written articles about online shopping. Jesse Berst is and he did a report called "Online Shopping, The Safe Way;" which teaches some great tips on how to shop carefully. Molly Masland is also a reporter and her story/article was called "The Dark…show more content…
Of course everyone loves cheese, you can’t go wrong with cheese. As for dinner, now that took a little more brainstorming. In the end I concluded that everyone loves chicken. I had it prepared in a nice creamy sauce and of I had plenty of vegetables. You never know when I vegetarian such as myself would show up.
Just as I had finished setting things up, the doorbell rang. Jesse Berst was the first to show up; being the new reporter that he is he is always very punctual. Of course he was dressed in his usual suit and tie. His white hair was neatly combed back and he had a bottle of wine in his hand. “Here you are,” he said politely. After the many thanks and “oh’s” and “ah” over the wine I ran to the kicthen to put in refrigerator. Just as I was walking back to the living room the doorbell rang again. This time it was Julia Walker. She was wearing a simple long black dress and had no jewerly on except a sivler watch that matched her earings. She was very tall and slender, almost as tall as Mr. Berst. Just as I was about to introduce them Molly Masland peeked in through the still slightly opened door. “Howdy there,” she joyful said like the typical souther woman that she was. She wore a a pastel colored evening dress with white shoes of course. “ I made ya’ll some of my simply delicious peach cobbler,” she said as she handed me her container.
We all smiled at her smooth and gentle southern accent. “Why, it’s not everyday we get to hear such a beautiful