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Bracey Research Virtual Museum of Organization(s) Practical Reasoning; coming to a conclusion, or taking action after careful pondering.

Virtual Museum (by definition)

a collection of digitally recorded images, sound files, text documents, and other data of historical, scientific, or cultural interest that are accessed through electronic media.

The goal of the virtual museum is not to compete with or replace traditional museum visits, but to enhance, complement, and augment the museum experience by offering a level of personali

zation, interactivity, and richness of content that is impossible to bring in the real world. This exhibition and social media outlets under the "Bracey Research" label serve as a Reference Document, (outlining procedures in relation to a particular activity to avoid missing steps each time the activity is performed) gallery or exhibition (a public display of works of art or items of interest). The Bracey Research Virtual Museum consists of 1,000 plus global leaders (of their respective industries), 50 public virtual exhibits, 30 private exhibits and several password protected virtual galleries related to trade, resources, research and markets; explained through the importance of documents from the tree, to the printing press, to the modern day server (where documents are stored). Exhibits in relation to lobbying, submarine cable, shipping & ports, the federal reserve, public officials, community, media and trade are on public display throughout the exhibition. This information is presented as a demonstration (the action or process of showing the existence or truth of something by giving proof or evidence) of sorts, as it relates to personal organization techniques applied by global leaders in real time for self- preservation purposes. The Virtual Museum of Organization(s); is an interactive online experience that allows visitors to explore and learn about the history, culture, and impact of different organizations and their work. This type of museum includes visual elements, such as photographs, videos, and audio clips. Additionally, virtual (guided) tours allow visitors to explore the space and present questions in real-time to the curator of the exhibition about the displays, organization’s mission, values, and objectives. This type of museum is a great way to engage visitors and help them gain a better understanding of the importance of organization(s). The Purpose; a Sustainable Growth Model (Plan of development aiming to achieve long term growth without permanent damage to the economy and environment.) identifying individuals, entities and outlets providing useful info as it relates to the discovery of new and existing knowledge resulting in a short (weekly, monthly, quarterly) and long (20, 40, 60 year) term advantage.


Visit the Virtual Museum of Organization(s): Gallery
Coming Soon: The Emmitt McHenry Exhibit
Original Audio by: Rick Ross ft. Andre3000 - Sixteen

"Researchers at Princeton and Northwestern University wanted to find out how much political power ordinary citizens have...

"Researchers at Princeton and Northwestern University wanted to find out how much political power ordinary citizens have, they examined a twenty year period from 1982 - 2002. They first discovered if large corporations and wealthy individuals (regardless of political party) want a law passed there is nearly a 60% chance it will be passed and if they don't want a certain law it doesn't pass.

Then they looked at everyday voters issues (that almost no one supports) have a 30% chance of becoming law. Issues that almost everyone supports also have a 30% chance of becoming law. They concluded in their on words, the preferences of the average American appear to have only a minuscule near zero statistically non significant impact upon public policy."

Excerpt from:
Saving Capitalism 2017
Former Secretary of Labor
Robert Reich

(Based on a study of 1,779 policy issues, Princeton researchers Martin Gilens and Benjamin I.)

Their unspoken goal is a two-class nation, with a heavily armed security force to quell resistance from the more outspoken members of the lower class.


A Sustainable Growth Model
"We began to build in a manner oriented toward cars, not people on foot. All the acres needed for traffic flow, buffering, and parking are wasted, non-performing space. They cost us a lot of money, yet yield a pitifully low ROI."

Elected officials fail to ask whether a new development producing enough wealth to fund the long-term maintenance of its own infrastructure—let alone public..."There will always be a n...
"There will always be a need for human expertise to ensure that raw data is not misinterpreted and that appropriate metrics are applied. Increasingly, organizations have their own data scientists. Ideally, they should be aligned with Subject Matter Experts so, together, they can more efficiently manipulate data to decipher problems and gain insights."

When refined into insights, data can drive good decision-making and result in revenue opportunities, savings and more efficient operations for companies.


The electricians' industry is expected to see a labor shortage of 60,000 workers by 2026.


Author of “Business Secrets from the Bible,” Rabbi Daniel Lapin reveals the clear link between financial success and staying true to your faith. ► WATCH more...


Form your company for just $49 and state filing fees! »»» Record keeping can be one of the most complex and time-consuming task...


It's a 1.9 billion-acre jigsaw puzzle of cities, farms, forests and pastures.
"Should they succeed, documentation that takes days will eventually be done in minutes, much of it without the need for human input."

Globalization has brought the most advanced trading networks the world has seen, with the biggest, fastest vessels, robot-operated ports and vast computer databases tracking cargoes. But it all still relies on millions and millions of paper documents.

If you're ad-supported but haven't built an audience, you're in deep trouble. Sources: (0:05) Yahoo Finance. (0:10) “N.Y. Times Scales Back Free Articles to ...


Join me Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week as we talk Government Contracting

" Chapter 7, which wipes away most debts, or Chapter 13, which usually requires five years of payments before debts are forgiven. In most of the country, people choose Chapter 7. But two overlapping groups — debtors in the South and..."

Only in the South is Chapter 13 the predominant form of bankruptcy. We mapped Chapter 13’s usage to show that it breaks not only along regional, but also racial lines.



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Our Story

The sites and publications from which this content is shared are owned, founded and operated by the leaders of the world markets. If you are one who believes a percentage of a community are the captains and leaders of industry (globe) why not study (research) that community. If you are not trading in some aspect just remember you are being traded (on paper). As you age those who are trading you declare you obsolete (no longer produced or used; out of date) at some point.

The "trader" never declares himself "out of date." The "portfolio menu" is a reflection of the global "stage"... the people, the land (natural resources) and "the bottom line" all of which is represented on "paper". This display of course is a relic fit for a financial museum. Today the information game remains the same although the data survives on servers accessible via digital devices in its various formats (spreadsheets, portable document format, emails, etc.) If your only interaction with information and technology consist of pictures, short hand text and consuming (as oppose to monetize distribution of) entertaining videos of any length, you are utilizing the 5% of this revolution considered as the "Show". Organization of ones' digital data is the other 95%, the "Business".

Data properly arranged and accessible via mobile device, deed, title, stocks, bonds, accounts, insurance, receipts; if its of any importance, value or exchangeable how quickly can you access this digital data anywhere in the world. Just as important, how aware are you of the fluctuating value of these instruments. The empire once built of paper is currently under-reconstruction and digitally rising through the clouds (on a network server in a building of course) which takes on many shapes and forms. The challenge of participating in the current shifting market is understanding how to use the current technology (highly technical computers) for the business of oneself and the positive, collective growth and order of a new world.

What data has value? When are the ebbs and flows of data a value? How does one organize and track this data? The modern day game of life. This is modern "business". Each time an item, any item (especially intellectual property) is exchanged a tally (a record of a score or amount) is kept; name, location, date, time, intrinsic value (a receipt). Bottom lines are the result of tallies taken over the course of three and twelve month intervals.