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 personalization, 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) or gallery (a public display of works of art or items of interest).
Practical Reasoning; coming to a conclusion, or taking action after careful pondering.
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 (2o, 40, 60 year) term advantage.
The value of information and data...
Charles Dow (of Dow Jones founded 1882) realized his forte was in research and analyzing, but did not know any company that would pay a man well if at all, for such information. With a co-worker (Eddie Jones) Dow began The Wall Street Journal. It was his attempt to help people make since of the markets.
William O'Neil (Investor's Business Daily founder 1984) was frustrated that he couldn't obtain data about stock (which allows the owner to elect the people in power in the company.) in any other newspaper, (including The Wall Street Journal), that he wanted to use to make investment decisions. Read more
The purpose of the above activity is to improve the functionality, performance, reliability and quality of existence for the museum goer seeking a niche solution, explanation or strategy
Administrative duties consist of although are not limited to
maintenance and management of the site (Virtual Museum),
gallery and archive along with multiple
software and hardware systems maintenance
(spreadsheets, email, pdf, soft and hard document storage, etc.).
Executive duties consist of although are not limited to continuous research, experimentation with
integration analysis and evaluation of services.
Why documents matter...
90 % of a business documentation is still paper-based
80 % of employees raised the need for mobile access
75 % of the world predicted to be on the internet in 2022
60 % of an employee's time spent working with docs
50 % of workers find it challenging to find docs
40 % of docs are not named / labeled correctly
30 % of errors reduced by using Doc. Mgmt. solutions
20 $ the average labor cost to file one document
Example (Stock): Amazon
(if 7 shares were bought in 2011)
7 AMZN shares bought
@ $170 each = $1190
(if sold after 5 years)
7 AMZN shares sold
@ $584 each = $4088
$4088 - $1190 = $2898
(if sold after 10 years)
7 AMZN shares sold
@ $3091 each = $21,637
$21,637 - $1190 = $20,447
The first 3 archived images below
reflect the (share) price over a
10 year period.
Example (Options): Amazon
Date 2021 | AMZN | Bought | Sold | Total
03/24 1Put @ $1175 @$1749 = $574
03/25 1Put @ $1490 @$2589 = $1099
03/26 3Call @ $2117 @$2848 = $731
03/31 1Call @ $2565 @$3204 = $639
04/01 1Call @$3382 @$4537 = $1155
($836) + $4198
The 5 archived images below reflect
the above actions (7 options) over a
1 week period.
NOT an activist,
NOT an advisor,
NOT a motivator,
NOT a promoter,
NOT a salesperson,
NO course to purchase
Documents and Database management related info (example: Schwab, AWS, Azure, GCP, Federal Reserve, Yahoo Finance, IBD, Alphabet, etc.)
materials are for demonstration purposes only.