The idea is to remain in a state of constant departure while always arriving. Saves on introductions and goodbyes. The ride does not require an explanation, just occupants.
In a recent study performed by National Restaurant Association, 59 percent of customers said they would likely visit a food truck of their favorite restaurants:
The idea for the restaurant, Kimchi Grill, wasn’t just a case of the entrepreneurial spirit getting the best of him. Lee had the lease to the restaurant space before the first person lined up for a kimchi dish from the truck. The truck was a way for Lee to test out the recipes, build excitement, a beta test for the restaurant launch. (::Read more::)
Getting comfortable with a new decade is a hard task. But Thomas Friedman and Michael Mandelbaum, with a lack of sources, are right on, apart from the now worn infrastructure and education sentiments:
But the chattering of the columnist class will not achieve any of them. In fact, it is fair to say there have never been more good ideas out there to improve America. The ever-growing blogosphere, for example, incubates novel thinking from the sundry likes of tenured academics to freelancers. But these bright approaches to the country’s problems simply never come to fruition. And that is because, as Friedman and Mandelbaum rightly address at the book’s finale, "our political system has become paralyzed." ( : Continue reading : )
How much are their 1,100 granted patents going to sell Yahoo! with a social networking and data interest?