China is not only highly mobile telephony capable (and i.t literate too), its engineers are pretty clever also.
“A genuine strategic air power must possess a strong power projection capability. To have air capability on that level is highly reliant on large aircraft, namely a strategic air freighter and a strategic bomber,” said Wang Yanan, deputy editor in chief at Aerospace Knowledge magazine and a military analyst, in a China Daily report.
China successfully made and flew the Kunpen (the Y-20) jumbo air freighter. Other large air freighters already flying include the Russian-built Ilyushin Il-76, the U.S.-made Boeing C-17 Globemaster III and, largest of them all, the Ukrainian Antonov An-225. The four-engine Yun-20, or Transport-20, is a huge, multi-function airfreighter that can perform various long distance air transport tasks targeting cargo and passengers, the state-run Xinhua News Agency said.”
I.T literate China with super fast internet capability also announced: China’s mobile phone users reach 1.11 billion.
i orea te tuatara ka patu ki waho.
[be a helpful thinker]
or: i am one of 7 billion answers in the world.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 31.1.13~
Ten posts we’re reading are:
8. beauty tips
innovate can mean: make changes in something established, esp. by introducing new methods, ideas, or products. introduce something new, esp. a product.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 28.1.13~
The best ideas lose their owners and take on lives of their own.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 1.1.13~
in bold ideas confidence as a lion resides as right strength that sees through intimidation. (more…)
So… here’s a bit of research into what Andy does, how, for whom and why he does what he does.
1. Hamilton’s company is called Icehouse.
2. In Icehouse, Andy seeks to offer business incubation, training, start up programmes, and angel investment to help ideas people get on the board in business.
3. In theory, Andy and his team seek to be alchemists or coaches to potential alchemists. They claim to add the right components into an aspiring entrepreneurs mix and turn good ideas into gold.
4. Andy has been working at it for ten years now. (more…)
It would be a really good idea to redistribute wealth more evenly. As an idea, that could maintain peace in a more civilized and peaceful way.
Also recycling good ideas should happen more with fusion. That way you get an ROI on expensive infrastructure that already exists.
Those two thoughts help in “the good ideas” department, perhaps. :)
A response to: “red carpet of good ideas, please.”
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 16.12.12~
Popular online right now in the USA is this post: Suppression of Potential.
It follows the line of thought that something’s are just too good, to be known about. The current powers-that-be suppress new ideas, so as to maintain a monopoly on business flows, with their old ideas. (more…)
DAIRY + PHARMAC + HEALTHY NON-PHARMAC PRODUCTS + WATER PRODUCTS + A BIT OF OIL + EMPLOYMENT + EDUCATION …. TPP & RCEP TRADE TALKS OPPORTUNITIES
A bit of homework: Trade Talks NZ for TPP & RCEP:
TPP negotiating nations in the mix for New Zealand to trade with are Singapore, Australia, Mexico, Brunei, Chile, Peru, Vietnam, Malaysia and the United States. Thailand wants buy in. Japan could too.
At the same time, New Zealand is currently juggling the Regional Economic Cooperation Partnership trade deal too. The Association of South-East Asian Nations and China are in the mix of that deal. The US isn’t in on that one.
The TPP is seen as “high quality.” It limits exclusions of trade between nations. Some political parties in NZ oppose the TPP. (more…)
A crop that has no weaknesses, a community dedicating themselves to a mastery of kindness. If just leadership is a contest of ideas, it needs well-armed champions. Community development is not something you do to people, it is something you do with them. (more…)
A New Zealand University released a new report titled: Franchising New Zealand 2012 survey.
What the study found is that franchising Kiwi ideas are worth $20b to the New Zealand economy p.a. The study found that 22,400 franchisee businesses operating in the country are employing 101,800. Even more remarkable is that 90% are homegrown franchise brands.
bold means showing a willingness to take risks; confident and courageous.
–In New Zealand in our humble earthy way… that’s always been us. :) (more…)
New Zealand needs to make better use of capitalizing on our ideas.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 8.11.12~
Collaborative brain mapping competency play time, can help bring out the entrepreneur side of the creative process.
Bold ideas are often a collaborative effort of a team of peoples good efforts. Ideas mixology, fusion and plenty of weirdness when thinking more like an entrepreneur, is something to keep at on a daily basis. Creative flow is healthy evidence of a dream in constant motion.
Popular is: bold ideas. We are all the product of ideas building. Let’s blow up the thought life then, in a good way. :)
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 16.19.12~
There is nothing more powerful than ideas whose time has come, filmed on landscapes that are resources rich. ImagiNATIVE writers are the world's first architects of a future new world and new frontier.
–The way of global film sales marketing patterns observed over a few years now.
The pen is mightier than the sword.
–Winston Churchill as a writer, storyteller, peace maker and boozy warrior leader.
Developing a sustainable film industry in New Zealand really comes down to investing in New Zealand writers more and fostering relationships with the world’s best screenwriters too. It is vital that New Zealand encourages writers, as writers become the billionaires after all the effort has gone into producing successful film franchises. We need some Maori billionaires in New Zealand. Maybe some could write their way into the history books invisaging a cinematic light to project the new way.
We must write films from New Zealand, as if we don’t other people’s written ideas of the South Pacific, will be written about our territory. So, it makes sense to always be writing our own version of the world and attaching our definitions and meanings of landscape of the South Pacific to our own words and ideas in our films. We can write futuristic films, yet the messages in them attached to our landscapes have a resonance all over the world for the good.
We have the locations and enough filmmaking capability now in New Zealand. We just need better scripts, film franchise ideas created in New Zealand and a belief in fast tracking screen-writers to a global level of writing ability. Film crews travel (actors included) to where whoever has the best ideas - to collaborate on – film projects of significance.
New Zealand is soon to become that place even more so, then we have been already on some major film projects.
So what kinds of writers could happen in New Zealand? As a precursor to Mitt Romney‘s rise in politics as a star figure for the US, novelist Stephenie Meyer was a Mormon housewife of Arizona, who mimicked the UK’s JK Rowlings star template as a novelist.
Meyer’s story as a humble writer is one of a stand out success for relativiely new billionaires. Meyer’s novel ideas, even created a brand new studio to make her novels into films. It was then aquired by Lionsgate to import a strong youth audience following into Lionsgate’s entertainment brand.
The young actors cast in Meyer’s films now lead California’s box office (Kristen Stewart being one). JK of course, mimicked Brit authors like C.S Lewis and JRR Tolkien to find her own voice as a single parent writer. Magic was JK’s theme of children learning at school. Meyer’s was a voice of fantasy, romance, angst – youth under threat. Meyer’s creative literary bent, was a huge hit.
What this tells us: Perhaps we need to invest in single parents and-or Kiwi housewives more. (more…)
the right in heart are as bold as a lion
–King Solomon‘s poetry.
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot of bold ideas. This has made me want to study the depths of words more.
1. a: fearless before danger : intrepid.
b: possessing a daring spirit
2: impudent, presumptuous
3: obsolete: assured, confident
4: sheer, steep – bold cliffs
5: adventurous, free -a bold thinker
6: standing out prominently
an idea is a concept or impression
the capacity to create ideas and understand the meaning of ideas is a defining characteristic of shared human experiences.
an idea is a blueprint, a map of a concept or a series of interconnecting concepts
an idea is a container, containing the essence of something important.
–bold ideas … I like that sentiment today.
Photos: Michaela Mae‘s Kruger National Park lion, South Africa – National Geographic photo competition entry photo, 2012. More amazing photos at the link. Kauri Cliffs, Northland.
~MW. Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 29.9.12~
Watching a video clip today, I ‘m reminded that bold ideas + community actions can improve the world for the good.
What are your bold ideas? Do you have a community who know what a bold idea looks like? And are prepared to action it?
May we always be bold in humble and intelligent ways.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 21.3.12~