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Saturday, February 27, 2016

Brazil ready to become first country to create new communications network bypassing the U.S.

Edward Snowden and Julian Assange are not just whistleblowers in the global war to protect data and information, they are catalysts which are forcing many nations to look at the United States differently as the undisputed nexus for communication command and control.  And no longer is Washington considered a benefactor to global security as they were seen as during the tumultuous Cold War years, but instead with the revelations that the U.S. is data mining everyone’s global communications, including those of world leaders, the rush to isolate America and find new ways of direct data transit between nations is underway.
On Feb. 25, Brazil announced a new $250 million project to install communication lines directly to Europe which would bypass the U.S. and the world’s primary information super highway, and instead create their own channel that would act as a firewall against NSA and other agency spying mechanisms.
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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

World of Warcraft biggest recipient of Chinese internet expansion

A new report came out on Oct. 16 showing that one of the biggest recipients of Chinese internet expansion is the ever popular World of Warcraft online game.  Since 2011, WoW players in the Asian country have increased by 4.6%, and make up 25% of all internet users in China.



As the Chinese transition from healthy working individuals to couch-potato-like consuming-monkeys, we wonder just what the China of tomorrow will look like. To wit, Shanghai Daily reports that the world's largest online game-maker Blizzard Entertainment (World of WarCraft and StarCraft II) just announced that the number of Chinese online game players has surged to a new high after the upgrading of China's broadband services.

There are 120 million online game players in the country, up 4.6% from last year, of the 538 million internet users in mainland China. - Zerohedge

This is probably not a surprise as World of Warcraft recently introduced its new expansion Pandaria, which allows players to create Panda avatars, and just happen to be the national animal of China.  Not to mention, playing online mmorpg's is a cheap form of entertainment in a country where the median income for citizens remains fairly low.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Business and job loss in America: mall vacancies growing

Those who simply read and rely upon government job and manufacturing reports will ignore the 'eye test' of simply driving down your city streets and watch as commercial property and strip mall vacancies continue to rise.

For every business that closes up, an estimated 5-100 jobs are lost, or removed from the economy.

Several economic indicators suggest it’s time for a Buggles revival: “Internet Killed the Radio Store.” The popularity of Internet shopping is having a considerable impact on the retail landscape; mall vacancies are at the highest level in measured history, big box stores are looking to reduce their footprints, and those selling book, electronics, and sporting goods are closing. During the third quarter, vacancies at regional and super-regional malls rose to 9.4 percent from 8.8 percent a year earlier and 9.3 percent in the second quarter, according to the New York-based property research company Reis. - Zerohedge


Courtesy of Reis Inc.

A few years ago, Best Buy competitor CompUSA closed down all of their Main Street stores and went solely online.  As more companies do this going forward, more jobs will be permanently removed from the system, and the ones that remain will be no different than the China sweatshops where workers assembly line packaging products for mailing and shipping.
The only solution for many Americans is to join the 4th wave of the economy.  Find a home business where you too can work from the internet, and not be reliant on a company to be your employer.  Otherwise, in today's world of shrinking main street businesses, you will find yourself unprepared for the paradigm shift.