This Clip is from the later 80s. With the strong and muscular
Denise Rutkowski a Female Bodybuilder she show us her
Strenght in Armwrestling.
Denise Rutkowski performing at the 1993 Ms Olympia Competition
Denise Rutkowski Female Muscle
Kamila Izdebska Wrocław, Krzysztof Rutkowski. Sprawa śmierci Magdaleny Żuk - fragment wywiadu.
Female Bodybuilding Tribute
Would you pay $2 to $3 more to watch a movie in 3D? Within the next few years more movies will be made in 3D to enhance the viewers experience but there is an issue - not enough 3D camera to make all the new movies. Richard Hart joins Ken Rutkowski to paint the picture of the 3D future.
Ken Rutkowski talks with one of the top media strategist in brand messaging architecture, Bill Ryan. Bill gives his break down of what Web 3.0 is and how it's an evolutionary step from Web 2.0.
Web 3.0 is a term used to describe the future of the World Wide Web. Following the introduction of the phrase "Web 2.0" as a description of the recent evolution of the Web, many technologists, journalists, and industry leaders have used the term "Web 3.0" to hypothesize about a future wave of Internet innovation.
Green and Clean Tech is a booming business with the corporate world working on ideas for the future. Kids are also concerned with the planet and putting hard effort to create some earth saving ideas too. Nicolai Rutkowski tests a few of his ideas.
Global clean-energy markets are poised to quadruple in the next decade, growing from $55.4 bln in revenues in 2006 to more than $226.5 bln by 2016 for four benchmark technologies, according to Clean Edge. For the second year in a row, the global biofuels market was slightly larger than both solar and wind, reaching $20.5 bln in 2006 and projected to grow to more than $80 bln by 2016. Clean Edge projects solar photovoltaics (modules, system components, and installations) will grow from a $15.6 bln market in 2006 to $69.3 bln by 2016; wind power installations will expand from $17.9 bln in 2006 to $60.8 bln in 2016; and the markets for fuel cells and distributed hydrogen will grow from $1.4 bln in 2006 to $15.6 bln over the next decade.
The Internet has turned into a playground of "Lurkers", surfing around discovering new destinations. Sites like Amazon**** and eBay rely on thousand of users to build the content on their sites. User generated content goes beyond the creation of videos but the actual foundation of many top internet web sites. Great sites need many workers to satisfy the lurkers.
Every business plan needs to identify its competitor and how they are competing. Once you know all the players on the field then you can understand what they are doing and even better why they are not doing. Successful companies learn by other companies errors and make sure they never create those mistakes.... Find your competition and embrace them!
If we are to be masters of communication then we need to take the time to make sure everything we say is understood by the ones that are listening.
Can perfect be a bad thing? It happens too often when a product never gets release because the creators are trying to make it too perfect. Over developing may may lead to paralyzing an opportunity.
As the internet population grows, more new users are coming from countries like China, Korea and Saudi Arabia, who has alphabet characters which are non English. This creates an issues with the major search engines. Will the big search sites spider these non-engish sites or will they acquire companies that do.
Mobile TV is growing around the world and Korea is one of the leaders using Terrestrial Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (T-DMB). Korean Television Personality Kimmy Kim shows how easy it is to get TV on the phone.
With all the new online tools available at no cost, it is so easy to collaborate around the globe. Skype allows anyone to be part of a conference call and Google Docs gives everyone a live open document for the masses to edit real time.
In the land where broadband is pervasive and ubiquitous, Korea is lacking WiFi. Work ethic mandate an office environment where workers plug in and telecommuting in nowhere in sight. A wired connected society eliminates the need for Wifi and locations for Road Warriors to call there temporary office.