Summaries-Chavanillo

Do Toms Shoes Really Help People?

It seems counterintuitive that Tom shoe company is giving a shoe every time a costumer buys one. They are not really going to humans that really need them. Is not helping no one. They are more focus on competition instead of helping for real. This is what is happening.

The only way the company will work is if they start focusing more on helping in real problems and forgetting about the competition between business. Remember when the tsunami of 2006 strock Indonesia. Donations flooded that came from all over the world. This happen because company’s were focusing on competition instead of feeding hungry people. We can’t say tom shoes is helping people, we have to say they just are giving away shoes to get rid of them and not really using it for good cause.

Companies like Toms shoes will be successful and have a better market if they give away shoes or other products to people that really need them, that have real problems and stop looking at it as a competition with other business.

Others fear that were their money is really going because in Toms shoes company website it just gives us limited information of buy one – give one. Is always the companies job to have a clear massage on what they really are trying to do.

Cute Animals

It seems counterintuitive that stock markets always think about what the people want not what they want, but people are making the wrong decision of just doing things they like, not what the majority like. This is what is happening.

Sense 1936, the stock market is described as a beauty contest. is always good to invest in companies that people think is best not what you think is best because it drags people in to it. An experiment was tested. They posted  three videos that showed a kitten, a slow loris and a baby polar bear to see who is the cutest. In the result 76 out of 100 percent said that the kitten is the cutest. The real question here is if they pick the kitten because everyone else was going too or because that was really the cutest for them?

Having this mind set helps companies be more successful because they putting things out that will attract people. You have to e careful on how making decisions because it could throw off market prices. In this case it would throw off market prices if the company decide to use the Loris or the baby polar bear as the front cover.

In the other hands companies should fear this because at the end of the day you have to put out a product that everyone is in-trusted nor your personal thoughts.

Apple’s “Facetime Palm” Bug

It seems counterintuitive that the apple company have been the most successful and secured product, and now having a problem as they call it “facetime bug.” Imaging someone is video calling you and before you pick up it already did by itself. You could call it like spying on you. Can people trust apple now?

A 14 yer old boy from Arizona realize this issue and his mother Ms. Thompson immediately send a video of the hack warning the company. The apple security team didn’t response until a viral article was posted. They didn’t fix it until a week later.

This should scare us because it could happen again in future updates or something worse. This could affect the company is many different ways. People might start not trusting it because a mistake like this might happen again in other ways. That could expose people personal life.

In the other hand this mistake might cause a better idea in the future. A one that they could experience a better way of doing it that won’t expose people personal life.

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3 Responses to Summaries-Chavanillo

  1. chavanillo says:

    Sincerely straight up feedback please.

  2. chavanillo says:

    I’m comfortable with my summary. The only thing that I’m worry about is my grammar issues.

  3. davidbdale says:

    I worry about your grammar issues too, Chavanillo. My long experience with ESL students helps me recognize what would probably be obvious to others also, that the author of these summaries is not yet fully fluent in his second or third language, and that moreover his first language was likely Spanish. With your permission, I’ll edit your Toms summary as gently as possible, making only the changes that good grammar, punctuation, and usage would require.

    It seems counterintuitive that the Toms Shoe company gives away a shoe every time a costumer buys one. The donated shoes are not going to humans that really need them. The program helps no one. The company is more focused on competition than on helping for real.

    The only way the company will succeed is by focusing more on solving real problems and forgetting about the competition between businesses. When the tsunami of 2006 struck Indonesia, donations flooded in from all over the world because companies were focusing on competition instead of feeding hungry people. We can’t say Toms Shoes is helping people; we can only say they are giving away shoes to get rid of them and not really using the program for a good cause.

    Companies like Toms will be successful and grow their market if they give away shoes or other products to people who really need them, who have real problems and stop looking at the giveaway program as a competition with other businesses.

    Some buyers are skeptical that their money is doing good because the Toms Shoes company website just gives limited information about the “buy one—give one” program. Sending a clear message about what they do is always the company’s job.

    Leniency regarding the fluency of new-language learners is part of the rubric for evaluating the quality of student writing, Chavanillo, but you’re right to be concerned. Even at its best, your writing is often confusing. For example, your claim that “donations flooded in from all over the world because companies were focusing on competition instead of feeding hungry people” seems to directly contradict your advice to Toms that they stop focusing on competition.

    You would be wise to form a relationship with a tutor at the Writing Center now, while the semester is still young, and work hard to adopt as much standard academic English as you can.

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