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“Only do what your heart tells you.” – Princess Diana
Princess Diana was born into a family of British nobility with royal ancestry and was the fourth kid and third little girl of John Spencer, Viscount Althorp, and the Honorable Frances Roche. Her parents separated when Diana was young, and her dad won authority of her and her kin.
She was instructed first at Riddlesworth Hall and after that went to all-inclusive school at West Heath School. She grew up in Park House and got her education from England and Switzerland. In 1975, after her dad acquired the title of Earl Spencer, she ended up noticeably known as Lady Diana Spencer.
On February 1981, she came to prominence when her engagement to Prince Charles was announced. Her wedding to the Prince of Wales held at St Paul’s Cathedral on 29 July 1981. While married, Diana bore the titles Princess of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duchess of Rothesay, and Countess of Chester.Wedding picture
On June 21, 1982, Diana and Charles had their first child Prince William. Two years later, on September 15, 1984, Prince Henry Charles Albert David—known widely as “Prince Harry” was born. Both the sons were then respectively, second and third in the line of succession to the British throne.
Unfortunately, the fable wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles did not lead to a happily-ever-after marriage. The two became estranged over the years, and there were reports of treacheries from both sides. Amid their union, Diana battled with sadness and bulimia. The couple’s divorce was reported in December 1992 by British Prime Minister John Major, who read an announcement from the imperial family to the House of Commons. The separation was finished in 1996.
The death of Princess Diana in the wee hours of Aug. 31 launched network TV on its most exhaustive coverage of extended mourning since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy nearly 34 years before, overwhelming American news organizations with the kind of enticing story that happens once every generation or so. news link
- She went to the same school with the actress Tilda Swinton and they were pretty close friends.
- She failed her O-levels twice and often joked about her poor academic record.
- She excelled in swimming and diving and studied ballet and tap dance.
- In London, she took an advanced cooking course but seldom cooked for her roommates.
- For her engagement, Lady Diana selected a large £30,000 (£94,800 in today’s terms) by Garrard. The sparkler consisted of 14 solitaire diamonds elegantly surrounding a 12-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire set in 18-carat white gold.
Princess Diana’s Mini Biography video:
The rarest of gems are usually hidden in plain sight, but it takes a man with determination to unearth such gems.
When the word Microsoft is spoken, the first name that pops into the minds of majority is Bill Gates. Although Bill is an exceptionally brilliant man, this biography is about another, who stands out as an icon in his own right.
Bukkapuram Nadella Yugandher, a civil servant of the Indian Administrative Service was gifted with a bundle of joy “Satya” on the 19th of August 1967. Satya Nadella was born into a Teluga speaking family in Telangana, India. He had a normal childhood as most children do attending the Hyderabad public school, Begumpet. His father, Bukkapuram, held position as the prime minister’s secretary and was also a member of the planning commission as well.
Having big dreams, Satya completed his schooling and went ahead to study Electronics and Communication Engineering at Manipal University. He had quite the fascination with electronics and developed love for the sciences. He had an unending desire to build things and knew that computer science was his passion, but as that passion was not fully budded earlier in his life, he used electrical engineering as a catalyst to his greater dream.
After his graduation in 1988, he moved to the United States to study for a master’s degree in Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He received his degree in 1990. Still not being satisfied with his accomplishments he went ahead and got an MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. While earning his MBA, Nadella worked on an operating system that would ultimately become Windows NT
After acquiring ample knowledge, Nadella worked with Sun Microsystems as a member of its technology staff before joining Microsoft in 1992. Starting a new job wasn’t the only exciting thing that happened to Satya in that period. In 1992, he married his high school sweetheart Anupama, who was the daughter of his father’s batch mate during his service at the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). It was an arranged marriage set up by their families who had known each other for over 30years.
At Microsoft, Nadella was in charge of major projects including the company’s move to cloud computing and the development of one of the largest cloud infrastructures in the world. He served as the senior vice-president of research and development for the online services division and also as the vice-president of the Microsoft business division.
Nadella has been at Microsoft for 22years and counting. Microsoft’s answer to Google which is Bing, was one of the many projects Nadella worked on.
On the 4th of February 2014, Nadella was announced as the new CEO of Microsoft, making him the third CEO of the 38year old Microsoft after Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer. He is also the first foreign born CEO of Microsoft. Although there have been a lot of speculations about if Nadella was the right choice for the job, he has since proven that he is exactly what Microsoft needs to reach a new level of success.
His drive to know more and acquire more knowledge has been a really good bonus in his climb up the tech ladder. Satya is a strong believer that no knowledge can go to waste. He has been known to take online classes and even listen to some lectures outside his field in his spare time.
A true Indian at heart, Satya loves to play cricket and takes it with all seriousness. He played on his school team and discovered some useful skills while having fun.
I think playing cricket taught me more about working in teams and leadership that has stayed with me throughout my career.”
Competing with his affection for cricket is his love for poetry and reading books. His interests lie mainly in American as well as Indian poetry.
It’s like code, You’re trying to take something that can be described in many, many sentences and pages of prose, but you can convert it into a couple lines of poetry and you still get the essence, so it’s that compression. The best code is poetry.
He is as generous at heart as in deed and is a role model and mentor to aspiring tech masters. His thirst and longing for knowledge encourages us to do better and be better.
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Chacos Brad. (2014). 10things you need to know about Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s new CEO. Retrieved from http://www.pcworld.com/article/2093612/10-things-you-need-to-know-about-satya-nadella-microsofts-new-ceo.html
Connecticut has nine shopping malls with more than 100 stores, according to Eastern Connecticut State University. The greater part of these shopping centers has major retail chains stores like Macy’s and Nordstrom that draw in customers from around the state. Others are outlet shopping centers, which highlight national brands at lower costs. Some of Connecticut’s shopping centers include more than one million square feet of shops and eateries, every taking into account an extensive variety of tastes.
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Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women, it accounts for one of every three diagnoses in the United States. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I’ve chosen this topic.
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‘Dr. Richard’ talked about his family. He also added, his parents were well very educated and his wife was a historian.
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Dr. Richard Rubenstein speaking about his education and the time he spent in Howard.