I am Randy Cobena, I blog here. GrayShayds is also a personal project that I use as a conduit for bringing together entrepreneurial professionals, inventors and investors. The mission is to foster the development and commercialization of marketable innovations, and to grow their founding organizations. . I am a creative director-producer and entrepreneur helping harness new ideas; working to make a difference today.
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Tag Archives: Innovation
Ben Bernanke, Existentialist | Daniel Gross – Yahoo! Finance. for the Cliff Notes and here for a little more substance: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke Hints At Potential Need For Additional Stimulus Maybe there will no QEx, lets hope not. We … Continue reading
How Dead Is the Web? – Jared Keller – Technology – The Atlantic. This is a quick read published by Jared Keller of the Atlantic on the current state, and prediction, of the consumer’s internet experience in light of all … Continue reading
5 Predictions for 2011 From IDC. We are indeed at the beginning of a major transformation of the social economy driven by intuitive and fluid software applications for social interaction; made possible by exponentially greater levels of power and performance … Continue reading