Tuesday, October 20, 2009

First you love me thee you don't!

CORRECTION: Your application to attend TEDxMidAtlantic
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Unfortunately, the subject of the email is incorrect and your application was not approved.

I apologize for the confusion... It was my mistake (not Dave's) when sending this batch of emails.

Jim Novak
james.novak@gmail.com


On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 10:18 PM, wrote:

Dear william wingo,
Thank you very much for applying to attend TEDxMidAtlantic.
We sincerely appreciate your interest in the event. We have received far more applications than we are able to approve due to the capacity of our venue. Unfortunately, we were not able to approve your application to attend this first event. This is not any reflection on you but is simply a product the large number of applicants we received, the extraordinary nature of the backgrounds of all of the applicants, and our desire to create a diverse, balanced event. We simply could not accommodate everyone.
The good news? We are already planning next year's event. Get your application in early, or you might even consider being part of our volunteer planning team! Being a TEDxMidAtlantic volunteer is a great way to get plugged into the community and to guarantee your spot at the event.
And there's more good news. A live stream of TEDxMidAtlantic will be available on our website. Feel free to watch the event live and share the link with others.
Even better, all TEDxMidAtlantic presentation videos will be made available online in the weeks after the event, so you can see (and share) all the talks.
So, while we are sorry you will not be able to attend this first event, we welcome you to the TEDxMidAtlantic community and look forward to seeing you at future events.
Lastly, we do intend to fill every seat at this event. If we learn in the next few days that any seats do become free, we will notify applicants on an as-available basis. Stay tuned.
Thanks again for your interest in TEDxMidAtlantic and "Ideas Worth Spreading."
Sincerely,
Dave Troy
Curator TEDxMidAtlantic

Friday, August 14, 2009

Sherman Kizart’s Open Letter on NUD « Urban Insite

Sherman Kizart’s Open Letter on NUD « Urban Insite

Praise God!
I want to commend you for your stand and leadership on this matter!
We would like to join you in your efforts to address "No Urban Dictates".
We are a African American magazine publisher to the Faith based community
for over 19 years in the Baltimore & DC area.
http://tinyurl.com/6farz3
Let us know what we can do to help?
May God be with you!

Friday, June 05, 2009

Steve Blank

Steve Blank
excellent piece on faith 2 fact startup process!!
"You start a company on a vision; on a series of Faith-based hypotheses."

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Have Faith in Baltimore!

Praise God!In Response to Mondays, June 1st - "Shootings near Camden Yards" in the Opinion section of the Sun and to address the hysteria surrounding the socalled "crime wave" going on in Baltimore's downtown, I say, “Where is your Faith in God and in our beloved city? Or better still “Don’t believe the hype about Balimore being under attack!Baltimore is a wonderful city and it’s about time that the citizens who worship, work, and live in Baltimore stand for her, and all the good things that we experience everyday!Crime is crime wherever it happens and Baltimore is no different then any other city in the world.As a matter of fact in the Jonestown area (828 E. Baltimore St.) where we have worked for over 10 years publishing our magazine a monthly of church events and local news, we have had some petty crimes and disturbances, as we are down the street from the “Power Plant Live Zone, but that what you would expect form time to time. Also, to address the report of the 1840’s Ballroom on Front St., we have been blessed by the owner who has provided space to have church services on Sunday mornings from 9AM – 12Noon. In canvassing the neighborhood and going throughout the community from Front St on the west to Central Ave on the east and everything in between Lombard and Fayette Sts on Saturdays and during the week we have done so without any fear or apprehension!Baltimore has taken a bad rap, and I’m not sure if it’s political against the Mayor or the Police Commissioner but the citizens who know and love Baltimore have to establish that there is more Good in Baltimore than meets the "eye of the media" or that we have been given credit.To all the Howard Stern’s and the other nay sayers, this is what I say, “Get a grip!”Lets work with those who are helping to make a difference in the area such as: Helping Up Mission and the various men and women homeless shelters, etc, etc, etc.If it’s broke, lets fix it, rather then lock them up, lets prop them up, rather than leave the city that bleeds, let us (the citizens of Baltimore)help make it be the city leads!
"Judge not that ye be not judged." Matthew 7:1
Rev. William WingoPastor, THEPOWERCHURCH
thepowerchurch@live.com
Publisher, The Power Magazine
www.thepowermag.com

Monday, June 01, 2009

Maryland Daily Record

Maryland Daily Record 5-22-09
Originally, the BDC selected a partnership between Bethesda-based Magnum and New City Partners, a Pigtown-based developer and home-rehabber, to remake Garrison’s properties. But that partnership split in October, Smith said, when it became clear that New City did not have the finances to contribute to the project. “I was led to believe they were a company that was established, but it turned out they had existed for a short time,” he said. In November, Magnum submitted an unsolicited proposal for the site, which included about 10,000 square feet of mixed-use buildout, including first-floor retail, six upper-floor apartments and an extension of the buildings’ rear side to include a carriage house with more residential units and two parking decks with spots for 30 cars.
The tentative name for the project is Village Mews. New City officials did not return calls seeking comment. Now, Smith said, he has two restaurants, one of them “sit-down Italian style” and the other run by a Federal Hill restaurateur, vying for space on the ground floor, and will probably have a lease signed before he starts the $1 million construction project. When it’s done, Smith said Washington Boulevard will be a “real destination place.”
Bethesda-based developer Marc Smith Washington Boulevard in Pigtown commenting:
“We’ve really held back on the lease, turned down all the churches, the pawn shops and crap like that,” he said. “I think we’re at the crossroads there in Pigtown. We lived through the initial boom of investors coming in. We’ve had a lot of higher-income people come into the community, and to capture that kind of inertia is very important. Every time a property gets boarded up, the neighborhood sort of falls back a little bit.”
POWERSPEAKS SAYS:WITH THESE TYPE OF COMMENTS AND MINDSET- WHO NEEDS THIS GUY MARC SMITH FROM BETHESDA IN OUR COMMUNITY!!!
SPEAKOUT BALTIMORE & BDC!

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Bring Power to the Edge - John Sviokla - HarvardBusiness.org

Bring Power to the Edge - John Sviokla - HarvardBusiness.org
"My worry is that in our exurban-super-individualistic-iPod-listening-video-game-playing culture, we have lost the local fabric of self-synchronization, and although the spirit may be there to help each other, the mechanisms to make that spirit effective in practice are lacking. The private sector has not done any better"

try to develop this model for POWER!

Saturday, May 23, 2009

*supercollider

*supercollider
i am having difficulty placing a separate page for my magazine vsmy personal site on facebook?any help or suggestions would help?also any thoughts on how i can extend the brand on twitter i face the above problem also?that will do for starters. i know

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

KC08-FLYER.jpg (image)

KC08-FLYER.jpg (image)
upcoming conference - get ready July!

Posts | citybizquicks

Posts citybizquicks
fastspot did great desin concept

hot site for twitter church updates callXXX!!!!

Friday, May 15, 2009

CoTweet (cotweet) on Twitter

CoTweet (cotweet) on Twitter
this is a fantastic way to multi-tweet! this way you can have a tweet for your business, personal, and other social sites you may manage!
I think this will help Power Magazine set up tweet sites for various churches?
www.thepowermag.com
they are in private beta , so a invite is needed.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Forget about Twitter for a while. It’s overhyped. | null risiko - written by daniel splittgerber

Forget about Twitter for a while. It’s overhyped. null risiko - written by daniel splittgerber

I wish there was some way we could send this to all the Kanye West haters and basters! i'm sure Kanye would also like to see that he is not alone about twitter, also.Brilliant piece!!!You got the Power!www.twitter.com/powerspeakshttp://tinyurl.com/dcaytm

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Discovery-driven Growth: The Only Plan Is to Learn as You Go - Knowledge@Wharton

http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article.cfm?articleid=2227
remembering the excellent (1) week God Blessed me to attend with some of my ministerial colleagues.
Thanks Sidney Williams & Jenelle you did a great thing!
heads up Christian Entrepreneurs throw out the plans, what?

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

SimpleUpdates.com : Contact Us

SimpleUpdates.com
Just found this site which looks very interesting for my website redesign!
I hope this is what I am looking for?

Monday, March 09, 2009

Twitter / Home

Twitter / Home: "smashingmagA beautiful magazine-look WordPress theme - http://deluxethemes.com/comfy/. Download: http://is.gd/mvri
the above site looks very promising for my new Power Magazine site!
www.thepowermag.com also tinyurl link http://tinyurl.com/6farz3

Sunday, March 08, 2009

Webjam homepage

Webjam homepage
this might be just waht I've been looking for the Power Magazine site!
http://www.thepowermag.com/
if anybody is look for social networking you might want to try it with me?
I will be signing up soon!
RT @ http://www.twitter.com/powerspeaks
http://www.webjam.com/

Stanford Social Innovation Review : Articles : Ten Nonprofit Funding Models (March 4, 2009)

Stanford Social Innovation Review : Articles : Ten Nonprofit Funding Models (March 4, 2009)

This is perfect information for my Christian Entrepreneurs
www.power4c.ning.com
Bro. Marlo who heads up "FACES" a prisoner re-entry non-profit could use this model as well as others who seek funraising model as well! Praise God!

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

What does Monster.com & "Skittles Have in Common?

Just got a call from a very nice Monster www.monster.com rep "ROZ"! I suggested she reccomend to the IT dept that Monster start to "twitter"job listing sort a like "skittles" did! http://www.skittles.com/chatter.htm
I think it would take off?
Just a thought! What do you think?

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Skittles, Twitter, Marketing POWER!

Skittles http://www.skittles.com/chatter.htm has made a quatum leap for all social networking sites!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!This is a brilliant move and a genius marketing concept. Skittles and twitter should both be applauded for being leaders in a establishinga new platform, which many will want to get in board with!I love what they are doing, keep it up, and I want to be next for my next POWER Magazine: http://tinyurl.com/6farz3
Praise God!

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Shut the New York Post down!!!

The New York Post gets it wrong as African Americans know how in the past gorillas and chimps have been used to poke fun and ridicule at us.
Obama racist cartoon is no joke. The New York Post is caught in a time warp. It just does'nt get in. its time we show the world that its a new day We will not tolerate a racist mindset . this is the age of OBAMA! Down with the racist Post. Boycott, or whatever. Join the NAACP,Rev. Sharpton,Spike Lee, and others. NAACP calls for firing of N.Y. Post cartoonist,http://tinyurl.com/burtrx do you agree? Fire the bum! Shut the Post down!!!

Monday, February 09, 2009

THE IMPACT FOR MARYLAND -REINVESTMENT PLAN

AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT PLAN:
THE IMPACT FOR MARYLAND
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan is a nationwide effort to create jobs, jumpstart growth and transform our economy for the 21st century. Across the country, this plan will help businesses create jobs and families afford their bills while laying a foundation for future economic growth in key areas like health care, clean energy, education and a 21st century infrastructure. In Maryland, this plan will deliver immediate, tangible impacts, including:
Creating or saving 70,000 jobs over the next two years. Jobs created will be in a range of industries from clean energy to health care, with over 90% in the private sector. [Source: White House Estimate based on Romer and Bernstein, "The Job Impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan." January 9, 2009.]
Providing a making work pay tax cut of up to $1,000 for 2,210,000 workers and their families. The plan will make a down payment on the President’s Making Work Pay tax cut for 95% of workers and their families, designed to pay out immediately into workers’ paychecks. [Source: White House Estimate based on IRS Statistics of Income]
Making 53,000 families eligible for a new American Opportunity Tax Credit to make college affordable. By creating a new $2,500 partially refundable tax credit for four years of college, this plan will give 3.8 million families nationwide – and 53,000 families in Maryland – new assistance to put college within their reach. [Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities analysis of U.S. Census data]
Offering an additional $100 per month in unemployment insurance benefits to 242,000 workers in Maryland who have lost their jobs in this recession, and providing extended unemployment benefits to an additional 40,000 laid-off workers. [Source: National Employment Law Project]
Providing funding sufficient to modernize at least 138 schools in Maryland so our children have the labs, classrooms and libraries they need to compete in the 21st century economy. [Source: White House Estimate]
In addition to this immediate assistance for Maryland, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan will help transform our economy by:
Doubling renewable energy generating capacity over three years, creating enough renewable energy to power 6 million American homes.
Computerizing every American’s health record in five years, reducing medical errors and saving billions of dollars in health care costs.
Launching the most ambitious school modernization program on record, sufficient to upgrade 10,000 schools.
Enacting the largest investment increase in our nation’s roads, bridges and mass transit systems since the creation of the national highway system in the 1950s.
http://www.whitehouse.gov/assets/documents/White_House_Releases_Additional_State1.pdf

Sunday, February 08, 2009

Who Do You Call?

Desirée Rogers, a longtime friend of the Obamas and the incoming White House social secretary . http://tinyurl.com/b2dhoyNow that one email address I sure would like to have! Also make sure too keep her advised of all the events in The Power Magazine http://tinyurl.com/aqbhh3that might help her stay abreast of happening in MD & DC!

Monday, January 26, 2009

Presidents Roundtable Breakfast -DREAM BIG!

Had a great time at the Presidents Roundtable Breakfast http://www.presidentsroundtable.net/index.html on this past Friday-1-23-09 @ Reginald F. Lewis Museum! http://www.africanamericanculture.org/ There was a great turn-out of entrepreneurs and leaders from the community and the information shared was very insightful and helpful. All of the presenters were excellent and we all left inspired by the recent historic accomplishment of President Obama to know that there are no more glass ceilings. Sooooooooooo we need to DREAM BIG! Here are a few snippets. Enjoy!

LaRian Finney -VMG - Opening Remarks

LaRian Finney and Visionary Marketing Group has been a top tier marketing, branding, and event planner for the past 13 years, http://www.vmginc.net/

video

Stanley Tucker - Opening Remarks

Stanley W. Tucker is the President and Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Meridian Management Group, Inc

http://www.mmggroup.com/

video

Congressman Elijah Cummings - Keynote Speaker

http://www.house.gov/cummings/

video

Congressman Elijah Cummings,cont

http://www.house.gov/cummings/

video

Congressman Elijah Cummings

http://www.house.gov/cummings/

video

Doni Glover - BMORENEWS -Moderator

http://www.bmorenews.com/index.shtml

video

Joseph Haskins, Harbor Bank

http://www.theharborbank.com/

video

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Joseph Haskins, Harbor Bank

video

Arnold Williams

Abrams,Foster, Nole & Williams, P.A

http://www.afnw.com/

video

Arnold Williams -AFN&W-cont

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Arnold Williams -AFN&W-concludes

video

Stanley Tucker - Closing Remarks

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LaRian Finney -VMG - Closing Remarks

video

Councilwoman Helen Holton

http://helenholton.org/about.html

shares some of her views at the close of the

Presidents Roundtable w/ "The Power Magazine"

http://www.thepowermag.com/

video

Thursday, January 01, 2009

2009 ITS TIME!

to find out if Obama will be the change we need need as nation and in the world?
to see if there a cultural sift for african americans?
to find Christians who are spiritual?
if w/ tanks and planes US can defeat Iraq, Afghanistan?
if w/ tanks and planes Israel can defeat the will of Gaza people?
to know when will sm. business ever get a bailout?
who wants to add to my list?
I will take on all takers!
WE MUST NOT LET ANYONE SET OUR AGENDA OR THINK FOR US IN 2009!
WAKE UP AMERICA WE HAVE BEEN SLEEP FOR TOO LONG!