Sunday, October 31, 2010

Saturday, October 30, 2010

What Each Day Brings

Lately, I've given in to the moment - taking what it gives me and giving whatever I have. At a time when I need a new goal, new focus, my life has been filled with "stop and smell the roses" moments. Just when I think my personal resources have been exhausted, I find little blessings in knowing I have a great deal to contribute to the needs of others and this world. And ironically, I, for a brief moment, feel satisfied.

This has nothing to do with business or branding, and everything to do with leadership - listening, understanding, and the capacity to serve and grow. Trust me, it's right in front of you. Seize it!

The Technology Access Center is an organization that is making a difference in the Nashville area. I am grateful to be a part of the team and family. I encourage everyone to consider supporting those who support and need you in ways not easily understood.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

NYTimes: App Makers Take Interest in Android

Making Moves

From The New York Times:

App Makers Take Interest in Android

As Android phones gain market share, many app makers are rethinking their exclusive focus on iPhones.

http://nyti.ms/asd8gF


Thank you,

Kenyatta Lovett
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Saturday, October 23, 2010

You Are Correct Seth - Efficiency is Free

However, it would cost quite a bit to know what to do with the extra money, so it may come out to be a wash. Sorry, having a sarcastic day today. See article

Saturday, October 16, 2010

NYTimes: Once Dynamic, Decline Leaves Japan Disheartened

I don't think we are totally in the clear. What does this say about the Free-Market/Capitalist concept? Should money be borrowed against borrowed money? If Johnny owes me money, can I realize even more money from Johnny's debt? If so, is it a good idea?

From The New York Times:

Once Dynamic, Decline Leaves Japan Disheartened

For a generation, Japan has been trapped in low growth and deflation, shriveling from a giant to an afterthought in the global economy.

http://nyti.ms/a4qLPY


Thank you,

Kenyatta Lovett
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Sunday, October 03, 2010

Android Droid is a Robot That Runs Android OS | Wired.com

I wanted to share this article from Wired.com with you:

http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2010/10/android-robot-2/

Android Droid is a Robot That Runs Android OS
The green Android mascot is now a walking robot and one that runs on Android operating system. Two Japanese companies, RT Corporation and Brilliant Service, created a humanoid robot called "RIC" to show Android is not just for smartphones and tablet computers. The robot, which took about 60 days to build, is about 4 -feet tall.




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