October 29, 2012

Breaking Bad, Microsoft, & Ecosystems

Dalton Caldwell, DaltonCadwell.com

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Breaking Bad is a television show that takes place in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I have enjoyed watching the show because of the quality of writing, acting and directing… but there is something else. I have enjoyed watching Breaking Bad because I grew up ~200 miles away from where it is filmed, and thus the backdrop that the story takes place upon is eerily familiar.

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