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Most two story barns in the Midwest started out as small dairies, a consistent cash flow for the farmer. But consolidation, milk prices and other factors forced most out of business. The empty pasture, barn and silo here testify that skills and trades can have a short life.
Explore 2009-03-30 - #75
Blackrock Baths, Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland.
That's right ... the constant cash flow in Ireland is now over. The tide is out and it could be a while before it returns.
According to Mayor Bloomberg the NYC Waterfalls art project gave the city 68.6 million dollars in economic activity,13.4 million more than expected. (The falls were shut off October 13,2008) The mayor claims the falls drew 79,200 tourists who came specifically for them and who also extended their visits to the city to see them.
On the East River
Smart Doll Automatic Version
And then there is the robotics which come with the Automatic version of Smart Doll. I've purposely chosen not to talk too much about this product right now because it will confuse people as to what is available now. We are working on the Automatic Version in parallel but on a slower pace so that we can focus on the release of the Manual Version.
But now that we have generated cash flow from sales of the Manual Version, we can start to pick up the pace.
The plan is to replace your mobile device and computer with an interactive robot that has artificial intelligence - this may not all be ready for the first version but I must make it happen before I die.
View more at www.dannychoo.com/en/post/27195/Smart+Doll.html
Read/see more at my blog, The Awesome Summer Journal.
Today's Random Fact: We're going on our second week in Portland and I'm still without a job. Crossing my fingers that something comes up... I need some cash flow to support my buffalo wing tofu addiction! :D
This 12 metre waterfall is on Cash Burn which flows into Black Burn and ultimately into the South Tyne three miles West of Garrigill in Cumbria.
Cash Burn starts North of Cross Fell between Bullman Hills and Longman Hill. Is the most "out of the way" waterfall I have photographed.
Part of Rowley’s charm is that while locals have spent thousands of dollars fixing up many of the old community’s homes and buildings to reflect the town’s pioneer days, there are still many others left abandoned, and offer ghost towners wonderful photo opportunties. But 1999 also saw the regional train service through Rowley end and locals are worried about the community’s future.“That’s really going to hurt our cash flow,” said one old-timer, noting as many as 900 train tourists a week would get off at the Rowley station, which also serves as the town’s museum.However, the town, which now has an official population of 12, is still hoping word-of-mouth will keep tourists coming. Locals meet at the community hall year-round, and gladly offer visitors a tour even in the cold winter months.
I have to say when we were there...Not a single soul in sight!!!
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Explored 14.11.08 - #469
Who doesn’t want a little bit of extra cash flowing on the side? And by side, I do not mean illegal. On the side, I mean something more than what you’re earning at your current job or as pocket money if you’re a kid. No matter how small the amount is, extra cash is always a...