One, two, and now number three. We just released our third article about awesome startup offices on The Next Web. This time featuring the city of leprechauns, Guinness and St. Patrick’s Day. Dublin’s one big candy store full of interesting offices, and just got even better with Google’s latest and greatest!
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When I was a child, Nintendo was synonymous for fun. Aah, the good old days! The days when I just sat at my schooldesk, not paying attention to my teacher. Just looking forward to heading home in the afternoon, dropping my bag and playing some Nintendo. Man, how I wished I could just work at the Nintendo office.
It’s hard to believe that a company that uses a fat Italian plumber as a figurehead could ever grow this large. But even Nintendo started small. Well over a century ago it was just a small Japanese business that sold handmade playing cards. For decades they were searching for ways of expanding. They finally found their new identity in the upcoming video game industry of the 70′s. Now Nintendo has headquarters all over the globe, even in the USA.
In the 21st century: the world will be taken over by large corporations, brick houses will make way for concrete skyscrapers and 90% of the citizens will work in tiny cubicles.