A narrated look at the SNES classic Super Mario Bros. The Lost Level. Presented by www.NewGenGamers****'s Ron & Ray.
PinStriping by Devago(Ray Smith) by Cruisen with E-Rider part 2 filmed at the Ohio Finkfest
PinStriping By Devago (Ray Smith) By Cruisen with E-Rider part 1
Ray (DJ Mocha) just picked up his new Buick Enclave this week, and had to break it in with a day trip to Whistler, so we made it a joint family fun event. Here's a quickie tour of the Enclave, and how DJ Mocha's really diggin' it ;-)
Experience the future of technology with Blu-ray. Blu-ray High Def is currently outselling 2-1 HD DVD and even plays on Play station 3. This timely video gives some insight on the future High-Definition video technology….funny stuff.
A narrated look at Super Mario World for the Super Nintendo. Brought to you by www.NewGenGamers****'s Ray, Ron, and Ducky.
A narrated look at Super Mario Bros. 2 as it was released in Japan. This is different than the USA Super Mario Bros. 2. Presented by www.NewGenGamers****'s Ray, Ron, & Ducky.
Fantastic Laser Text Writing, You HAVE to SEE! - 5* Material! - A Blu-Ray LASER can be used to energize "glow in the dark" materials demonstrating writing.
This is a video I shot while on Del Ray Beach in Oregon... Near Seaside OR
Ramon Ray, Technology Evangelist, is the editor of Smallbiztechnology**** and author of Technology Solutions for Growing Businesses (Amacom).
He has written thousands of technology articles and news items for Smallbiztechnology**** and other media including: Inc Magazine, New York Enterprise Report, Black Enterprise Magazine, CNet, Var Business, TechTarget, Entreprenuer****, Small Business Resources and others. He has also written for technology vendors including Microsoft, FileMaker and Everest.
Ramon is not âjustâ a technology writer, but as a former small business technology consultant, he has years of hands on experience in building networks, installing software, upgrading computers and supporting the technology small businesses use on a daily basis.
He is often quoted in the media, including the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Entrepreneur Magazine, Inc Magazine, WCBS Radio, Crains New York, National Federal of Independent Business, Small Business Advocate Radio Show, Wells Fargo Small Business Roundup, Tech Talk with Craig Peterson and Smart Money.
Ramon has brought his unique does of humor, technology insight and practical advice to many events including the United States Small Business Administration Service Core of Retired Executives 'Strategies for Succeeding in Business', Inc 500, PC Expo, Internet World, American Womanâs Economic Development Corporation, Business Development Institute and SMB Nation.
Small Business Summit 2006, 2007 and upcoming 2008 are co-produced by Ramon Ray, in addition to his series Taste of Technology Lunchtime.
Ramon is a member of Manhattan Chamber of Commerce; serves on their Board of Director's and coordinates their Technology Committee. He is a Brain Trust Member of Jim Blasingame's Small Business Advocate Radio Show.
This holiday season just got a little warmer. Talk show host Rachael Ray spread holiday cheer in New York City by announcing a one-ton donation of Dunkin' Donuts coffee to one of the nation's largest volunteer-based nonprofit military support organizations. Soldiers' Angels provides aid and comfort to our nation's deployed soldiers and their families.
In addition to the donation, Ray helped launch a national holiday card drive. As part of the drive, shoppers are encouraged to fill out holiday cards to be sent to service men and women stationed outside the U.S.
Produced for Dunkin Donuts
Hopewood technologies is a multinational software company focused on the security of your computer and software. President and CEO Ray Hopewood would like to share his thoughts on the meaning of the company and its mission with you.
In this footage leaked captured by an ex-employee on a cellphone camera, Hopewood Technologies CEO and presidential candidate Ray Hopewood shares his strategy for balancing resources between engineering, sales and marketing.
Vlogger Robert Scziport exposes the "fundraising" techniques behind billionaire Ray Hopewood's presidential campaign. A software magnate and self-proclaimed "friend of the big guys," Hopewood calls on his fellow software moguls for a little support.
Software tycoon and presidential hopeful, Ray Hopewood has said he is funding his campaign out of his own reported $27 billion fortune. This tape captured by video blogger Robert Scziport shows another story.