Enterprises TV Looks at a Time When Life Was Not About Possessing Things

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While most people these days own a car, a television and a telephone (of one sort or other), Enterprises TV remembers a time when that was not the case.  There was a time when only some people owned an automobile, and even a bicycle was considered a coveted possession.  When growing up, many people remember there being only one family in a neighborhood who had a television, and they were the most popular family on a Saturday night.  There was even a time when a small town may have had only one or two telephones in the entire community.  The very things we take for granted now were once considered as precious as gold.  And those people who possessed these treasures knew the true meaning of generosity, as they usually allowed others in a tightly knit community to share in the use of their things.

Enterprises TV recalls when consumer goods were scarce, but compassion was not.

The Enterprises TV show has also noticed that greed can warp values in particularly strange ways.  When a wealthy person has collected many of the same items, but will not let anyone near them, has this person lost sight of what it means to be human?  One of the great crimes common in the world involves fine works of art.  Art was created for all to see.  Yet, many of the greatest works of art by recognized masters have been purchased by private collectors and are never again seen by the very public they were created for.  The ownership of great art should be reward enough, why not allow the public to see these magnificent works and reap a little recognition while you’re at it?  Who is poorer, the people who have little but know how to share, or the one who possesses everything but compassion or a social conscience?  Ironically, it’s often when people have little but know the importance of sharing, that they actually are the richest.

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Enterprises TV Salutes Brazil for Pulling It Off

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Enterprises TV remembers a time just a few weeks ago when the world held its collective breath watching an unfolding fiasco in Brazil.  Would the country be ready for the World Cup?  Most construction seemed to be behind schedule and there were threats of labor strikes and mass protests.  Just about everybody was dreading the horror of traffic in the big cities that would host the major matches.  And all this worry and concern was projected onto Brazil’s next big date with the rest of the world:  the Summer Olympic Games only two years following the World Cup.  Many people smelled double disaster on its way.

Enterprises TV, along with the rest of the world, can now exhale.

The Enterprises TV show honors Brazil for pulling off what seemed to be the impossible.  The World Cup games went off quite well, without major incidents, winning friends the world over.  The nay-sayers will have to sit down to a substantial dinner of crow, since the nation of over 200 million — many of whom live in relative poverty — managed to welcome the football (soccer) world with panache.  While it’s a sad footnote that Brazil’s team suffered the most humiliating defeat of the tournament, the country’s efforts have not gone unappreciated.  One can feel a new optimism about the upcoming Olympic Games.  Brazil will, doubtless, be ready.

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Enterprises TV — How Social Media Affects Corporate Reputations

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Nearly every major corporation in the country has more than one social media account. From Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+, companies with a strong online presence are found by their customers. In fact, company web pages feature the logos of the social media sites they’re on so people can find them easily. Enterprises TV explains how social media affects corporate reputations from customer reviews to customer service issues.

The general public knows that in order to get a quick response to a service problem, the best place to go is on the business’ social accounts. Representatives are usually online and ready to assist. If the response time lags, customers check the other social accounts to see how active response time is there. Social media is where small to large companies can shore up their corporate reputations. It takes dedication and a committed team of representatives to be ready to respond to any customer question. Perhaps this is how Comcast failed when a one of their cable customer’s tried to cancel his service.

Corporations can strengthen their reputations by engaging the public online on social accounts with discounts and sales, stories of problems solved expediently, images of new products and by answering questions. The Enterprises TV show encourages business leaders to allow a bad review stay up, and also post once or twice a day on the social accounts to stay active and bolster customer opinion. Social media can affect corporate reputations in both negative and positives ways.

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Enterprises TV and the Sick Day Debate

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Some American employees receive paid sick days. Some do not get that same benefit. For those that do not get paid sick days, workers feeling under the weather come in to work. Enterprises TV reviews why giving workers paid sick days is a smart business decision.

Low paying jobs like those in grocery stores, fast food restaurants and the wait industry can be a good way to earn a paycheck. However, they often come with no benefits or very little benefits. One perk which is usually left by the wayside are paid sick days or paid personal days. Employees in these fields that do not feel well, have the flu or a cold, will often come to work. The need to work to get paid is more important than taking a day or two off, without pay, to rest and get well. Now imagine if these workers were offered paid days to stay home and get well.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that the worst food-borne illnesses originated from contaminated food handled by sick workers. Enterprises TV learns that while this fact is alarming, food borne illnesses can be prevented if employers, cities, and states created a sound paid sick day policy or created laws which protect workers. When workers from every industry feel they can safely take a sick day or two to get over a bad cold or the flu, without having to sacrifice pay, they will use that time to get well and return to work. This is how paid sick days used to work before employers starting cutting beneficial paid time off. America needs to get back to what it was before.

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Enterprises TV Looks At Cars That Slow Down for Radar Traps — Even If You Won’t

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Enterprises TV has learned that Korean automaker Hundai is the first to announce an on board system to slow down a car if there is a radar speed-detector up ahead.  With fully automated self-driving cars being test-driven, cars that can parallel park themselves for the owner and many models that sport their own radar systems, it seems like a simple task.  The car will detect radar waves and notify the driver, and if the driver fails to slow down, the car will do that on its own.  It’s not clear if the radar receptor can differentiate between stationary speed displays, hand-held police radar guns and the plethora of radar systems at work on other cars around it.  But the effort to bring drivers into compliance with speed laws and prevent them from receiving a citation is laudable. 

Enterprises TV highlights what may be the ultimate radar detector.

The Enterprises TV show has to pause and wonder about the legal aspect of such a feature.  It wasn’t long ago that small radar detectors where sold and installed on car dashboards.  These units would beep at the driver when a radar signal was detected allowing the driver to slow down in time to avoid a ticket.  But they were made illegal in many states and the newsreels were full of footage of burly police officers throwing these radar detectors onto the pavement and stomping on them with their boots.  When such a system is integral in the automobile, there will presumably be nothing for these cops to stomp.  The window of opportunity for this radar warning/reaction system may be very small, anyway, as we are about to embark on the adventure of the automobile that drives itself.

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Enterprises TV Warns That Personal Computers Can Yield Crucial Evidence of Wrongdoing

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Enterprises TV is following the trial of an Atlanta man suspected of killing his son by purposely leaving the infant in a locked car in the daytime sun.  While the suspect protests that it was an accident, police found evidence in the search history on his computer that he had actually researched in-car deaths of children, especially how hot it needs to be and how long it takes for the child to expire.  Pretty incriminating evidence, procured from the suspect’s own computer.  And then there was the infamous case of Casey Anthony, whose search engine terms included the hunt for information on making chloroform shortly before the disappearance of her daughter.

Enterprises TV looks at how the contents of your computer can — and very well may — be held against you in a court of law.

The Enterprises TV show points out that search engine terms are not the only source of prosecutable evidence.  The craze for so many people to live some part of their lives on Facebook has led to some of them posting comments that they seem to have forgotten are in public for all to see.  Cases from terrorism plots to lone wolf mass murderers have had vital clues — and sometimes downright confessions — posted on Facebook accounts.  Facebook has been used as a sounding board for many people’s darkest desires and ill-considered plots, which has brought some understanding to authorities following seemingly senseless rampages in public places.  This is why the court decision restricting police access to the contents of people’s smart phones without a warrant is so significant.  If these devices have become the new personal computer, there’s a lot of potentially damning evidence being carried in the pockets of individuals these days.

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Enterprises TV Reports That the Pacific Plastic Patch May Be Shrinking

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Enterprises TV has heard some encouraging, yet puzzling, news about the Great Pacific Plastic Patch.  This is the vast region of the northern Pacific Ocean that is covered by a debris field of human-sourced garbage including a lot of pieces of discarded plastic, much of it congealed into an archipelago of plastic “islands”.  This patch has been estimated as being twice the size of the continental United States.  It has put sea life in peril as significant plastic refuse has been found in the stomachs of dead sea life.  First discovered well before the recent tsunamis, this mid-ocean mess can only be blamed on mankind’s capricious attitude about discarding our waste. 

Enterprises TV has learned about some changes to the Great Pacific Plastic Patch.

But now, the Enterprises TV show is hearing about some significant changes to the infamous seagoing plastic patch.  Recently a study conducted by the University of Western Australia’s Oceans Institute revealed strangely lower counts of plastic particles than have been predicted.  The study looked at 3,070 ocean surface samples collected from 141 sites all over the world and analyzed plastic particles down to the one-millimeter size range.  There’s just not as much of it there as researchers expected.  Where the plastic is going, is a mystery.  But any steps the ocean can take to heal itself will be of benefit to the whole planet.

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What to Buy at a Warehouse or Discount Store from Enterprises TV

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There are some things which we are better off buying at a warehouse or discount store rather than a grocery store.

We have seen better prices for these items in stores such as Costco and BJ’s:

Batteries – they come in larger packs and are a little less expensive than at the grocery store. Why not stock up now for storm season?

Diapers – As an item which we can go through faster than a bag of M&Ms, diapers are pricey at the grocery store. Store owners know when you need to buy them, you will pay the price for them. Grab a giant box at the warehouse club and save money. It will hurt less when one is ruined while trying to put it on a baby’s rump.

Spices and herbs – people who cook a lot might want to forgo the grocery store route for a store which sells what they want in larger quantities and for a smaller price tag. Most commonly found are oregano, cinnamon, garlic power, and blended herbs.

Lunch meats – Folks who shop for a family might want to stock up on lunch meats at a discount or warehouse store. The packages are larger and come in bags which can be frozen for later use. Enterprises TV encourages readers to shop around, use discount codes and coupons for the best deals. 

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Enterprises TV Announces Advertising Opportunities … On Mars!

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Enterprises TV reports that Mars One, a private enterprise mission to land a rover on Mars sometime in 2018, is looking for ideas for scientific experiments, and they’re looking for advertisers to plant their brand on the Red Planet.  One might ponder who they think is going to walk past the Mars One lander once it’s up there in order to see the advertising, but presumably what the Dutch-based cooperative is offering amounts to naming rights so that every time there is a report on the mission here on Earth, it comes with a mention of the corporate underwriter.  It’s the same concept that has arts organizations on terra firma selling away their souls in the name of paying the bills by allowing often unpronounceable names to identify their art galleries and theatres. 

Enterprises TV spotlights the chance to send your company’s brand to infinity and beyond.

The Enterprises TV show is a big fan of the pure science aspect of the NASA space program.  Originally a project of the military, the space program has had many moments of transformative scientific discoveries and amazing achievements.  Now, as a private industry venture, these space efforts are inherently commercial in nature.  Hopefully, some Mars-shattering science can still be accomplished as the program goes forward.  It is unclear what the total bill for the Mars One mission will be, but the most quoted estimate is about $425 million plus the cost of a launch in 2016.  There has already been a Mars-oriented commercial on Dutch TV for the Heineken brewery.  In terms of what creative advertising people might come up with, the sky is — in this case — NOT the limit.

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Enterprises TV Salutes the New Electric Harley … But Will It Sell?

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Enterprises TV acknowledges a long held tradition of die-hard motorcycle enthusiasts, aka bikers, and that tradition is noise.  “Loud pipes” are considered a badge of honor.  It’s partly what separates hard core bikers from people who ride Hondas, Kawasakis, and other gentle, street-legal motorcycles that are thoroughly muffled.  But now, the Harley-Davidson Company itself is releasing a new, more efficient and … horrors … quieter motorcycle.  In keeping with the trend for electric or at least hybrid vehicles, Harley is manufacturing an all-electric bike.  It’s sleek, as it requires far less in the way of bulky engine components and, as you’d expect from an electric motor, it’s whisper-quiet.

Enterprises TV is watching a proud old tradition changing for the better … and quieter.

The Enterprises TV show understands that for Harley riders, the sound of the engine is their declaration of power and virility.  After-market products for the bikes include mufflers that are designed not to muffle that treasured sound.  So, will the quiet, electric motorcycle find its market?  Will it win fans who are as dedicated to the brand as the traditional bikers?  We’re talking about a group of people whose credo is “My bike, my wife and kids — in that order.”  Will the electric bike inspire that kind of passion?  If a rider’s first love is the feeling of zipping down the highway with the wind in his or her face, then all should be well with the new bikes.  The rest is just noise.  Change is coming, you can hear it … well, no, you probably can’t.

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