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[9 Feb 2016 | No Comment | 60 views]
Why NASCAR Doesn’t Have a Network Channel

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Here in the United States, Major League Baseball, the NFL, PGA Golf, NBA Basketball, NHL Hockey ALL have dedicated TV Networks. NASCAR is not without it’s trials over the last decade to present an all motor sports entertainment network, but it’s time for NASCAR to pony up with the big boys and start investing in a NASCAR Network.
NASCAR TV or the NASCAR Network

While NASCAR tried with a partnership with FOX via Speed and certainly has had network presence with NBC, NBCSN, FOX, FS1/FS2, TNT, etc.. But …

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[28 Jan 2016 | No Comment | 777 views]
The Electric Car that Killed NASCAR and The NHRA

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Know Bill Nye? Well if you’re a NASCAR fan you’re about to cause he’s the one that just called NASCAR out and thinks it’s time for them to change. Bill Nye the Science Guy proposed to NASCAR on Jan 26, 2016 to switch to electric cars. That statement opened up a whole discussion on the possibilities.  The two most important aspects seem to be a battle between the technology and green positives against the loss of senses – the smell and the sound.

Will Tesla be the …

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[21 Jan 2016 | No Comment | 2,469 views]
The 2016 Daytona International Speedway Seating Updates

The ambitious Daytona International Speedway #DaytonaRising project is moving into a new era and there will be some exciting changes at DIS as they prepare for the 58th Daytona 500 on February 21, 2016. The Turn 1 seats have been installed – approximately 40,000 new seats were installed in the Turn 1 side of the frontstretch grandstands. The Turn 4 and frontstretch is well underway. What should visitors expect with the new Daytona International Speedway in 2016? We thought that nothing was changing with the Sprint Tower and we’d be returning …

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[19 Jan 2016 | No Comment | 148 views]
Corporate Mindfulness & the Chief Meditation Officer

Tired of dealing with all the crap you get at work? Tired of yelling at the kids? Or maybe you visited your doctor and your blood pressure is thru the roof and you’re anxiety is off the charts? Coping with all of life’s challenges can come with getting older – the head aching, heart pumping frustration period of life. And since you have to go to work…..now you’re over the top. Now comes along the more friendly, big-brother workplace and the corporate meditation officer, yes the CMO. Welcome to Yoga at the workplace. Meditation training programs, yoga …

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[18 Jan 2016 | No Comment | 205 views]
Top 3 Flight Deal Tracking Sites

Tracking Flight Costs with Online Tools
So you’re planning a trip and need airfares. Maybe you’ve heard that buying tickets on Tuesday’s are the best time, there are new tools you can use to alert you that a deal is possible. As technology continues to disrupt industries, travel tools now allow you track flight prices, track historic data, and predict or project if you’re going to get a better deal, or if you should buy now.
Before you Buy
Shopping for flights is now like shopping for stocks. We recently reviewed using the …

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[13 Jan 2016 | No Comment | 221 views]
Disrupting IT – Testing and the TCOE Shift in a Digital Age

Technology’s rapid change is hitting technology itself disrupting software development and impacting how software is developed,tested, and deployed. Software testing where the traditional heavy offshore model is going by the wayside as corporate IT is demanding new models from its IT partners like never before.
IT Evolution
The evidence of technology advancements is unprecedented over the last 20 years. With the pace of change accelerating, so do the challenges to change processes (and behavior) to keep up with that change. Look no further than IT outsourcing powerhouses like Accenture, Deloitte, Infosys and …

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[3 Jun 2015 | No Comment | 1,672 views]
Bringing QA Jobs Back to United States – How Urban Onshoring Works

PBS’s SciTech Now series shed new light on a  IT phenomenon called “Urban Onshoring” movement and how Information Technology is changing to support the evolving Tech economy.
SciTech Now, the show is hosted by PBS’s Hari Srinivasian. It’s a show that focuses on science and technology trends and brings in guests that are subject matter experts in various areas. Episode 29 is of particular interest because it hits a nerve regarding why so many IT jobs were sent offshore over the past 20 years and how the trend may be shifting.
The term Urban Onshoring was referenced …

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[28 Feb 2015 | 2 Comments | 2,936 views]
NASCAR Frequency App for iPhone and Android Smartphones

For probably about 5 years now, people have been wondering why no one is offering a NASCAR app that allows people to listen to their favorite drivers team directly from their phone.
There’s probably a number of reasons why – but as a NASCAR fan who’s invested over $500 in Bearcat Scanners and custom headphones, there’s no reason why technology shouldn’t be updated to allow scanner frequencies on smartphones. But it doesn’t come without challenges.
­Why a Scanner?
It’s a great track experience to eavesdrop in on all of the team communications. Team members carrying …

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[10 Oct 2011 | No Comment | 7,269 views]
Musuems and Historic Sites Better Change or Face Closing Forever

Funny how things work. Museums and historic sites are created to save historic works for the public to view and enjoy. But with declining government and corporate financial support, the burden on keeping museums open rely on those who run the museum and those ultimately decide to visit and support them. The alarm is going off – attendence is down, and the funding is drying up. Museums and historic sites are closing.
Take a look at New Jersey for example. In New Jersey, one site posted there are 24 public museums in the state (I …

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[6 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 8,063 views]
Selling Items Online – Creating an Online Storefront

Many people are looking for ways to make extra money. The internet is a great place to get started. If you have a product, the next place to look to is who has a ready made solution for you to get up and running quickly. The common term for this practice is called eCommerce.
Basically, this piece is about creating an online marketing capability AND the back office that can process the order, send you the name and address, and accept credit cards for you. They just deposit the money into …