My Day At Barclays

Sunday March 25, 2018

Brooklyn, NY - Well for starters what a game and I was so close to the court, literally the closest I've been to any basket ball game (let alone a NETS game) in my life!! The Cavaliers came into Brooklyn to win other than fighting for a spot in the playoffs. They won Brooklyn's pic this year, so each NETS loss is a Cavs gain. Lebron went off and finished with about 37 points, 10 rebounds, and 8 assists, making the Cavaliers to a 121-114 win against the Nets. 3 quarters in when the Cavaliers took 4th, Brooklyn was in the lead by two entering into 4th. Brooklyn played a great game for about 3 quarters, but once again they folded late against the best player in the NBA. Hard to bring them down after this one, and hat tip to the Brooklyn Nets for not only treating me to a fantastic game but for playing their best out of it. 


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The NCAA Elite 8 proves without a doubt that the World is Flat and


Loyola-Chicago and University of Maryland Baltimore County winning more than one of this week’s March Madness games proves without a doubt that the world is really flat. If  a 7 foot tall man from Croatia or some other country preceded by the qualifier, “former” (as in Yugoslavia) can choose to go to a school where hitting 3 pointers is a common occurrence then the ivory tower has fallen and any program can lose to another. 


And lets not not even talk about the one and done movement forcing CoachK @Duke to “borrow” Coach Boeheim’s 2/3 ZONE and how that is pretty much the same root issue #worldwide #millennials are #rampant and #youngerthanus. 


Our founder wrote a "Book"

Auspiciously and humbly labeled as a book, CollabRjabbR Founder & CEO, Charles Carney Kirby the 2nd, released a tomb this past week in honor of his 48th birthday and society's desperate need for a tangible plan specifying exactly how we will truly walk together in to Reality 2.0. Using an astute combination of cutting edge technology he calls CollabRative GEAR & 3000 year old common sense Mindfulness Techniques, Mr. Kirby paints a picture of a de-Centalized Creative Community as well as path to get there together in peace; like a Hansel & Gretel metaphor of leaving breadcrumbs for the Millennials and whomever comes next.  

 Mr Kirby @ a recent conference in one of his favorite cities, SALT LAKE, where he spoke on a panel about pre-visualization as it was in the 20th century.

Mr Kirby @ a recent conference in one of his favorite cities, SALT LAKE, where he spoke on a panel about pre-visualization as it was in the 20th century.

ColLAB101: a guide from Physical Reality through Augmented Reality to get to Virtual Reality Safely is a practical guide, not an abstract predictive text in any way. It lays out how to renovate conference rooms, classrooms and dining rooms in an affordable manner and then supports the necessary GEAR (ie hardware needs) to accomplish this feat with software assets such as a V-R Experience, a PinCUBE'd Project Management tool as well as wearables such as his new Check Yo Self app now available on the App Store and Google PLAY Store (these links obviously work best if you are reading this on the smartphone). 

Below is rough draft of a practice seesion of Mr. Kirby talking thru the "book" content in approximately 33 minutes but it pales in comparison to experiencing the entire BOX that is included in the deluxe version.

This a version of something I think is interesting presented in a way that is more coherent than the last time I tried to explain the visions in my head...

At ColLAB101 they are hesitant to call the Content Presented a book because it is accompanied by a soundtrack and video compilation of images that float alongside you as you are reading the words on the page (and of course there is an audiobook too but it cannot be played on one iDevice at a time and artistically the sound of the authors voice rivals the aural soundtrack provided in the deluxe BOX). Also the BOX comes with Aromatherapy, Swatches of blankets as well as nosh for two.

My Kirby claims that we will be able to save all 5 Sensorial Elements (taste, touch, sound, sight & smell) to our Trello Cards & Pintrest Boards in the very near future and if you include the right wearables, individuals and teams could also pin how they FEEL, the subjective holy grail of sensory experience he calls my physical reality. 

For more information regarding press about this release call Svitlana Zavialova @ +1 917 453 4762 to schedule an interview with Mr. Kirby.

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