Indiana Jonz Business Model Page

Hastyface.com travel and expedition is a Wisconsin DBA.

HastyFace - Egyptian hieroglyphic. Expressed desire to be calm, cool; to deliberately live up expectations..


My model is founded on the idea that when people group together because they have similar weaknesses, the results are predictable. But when people find partners or form groups to seek out similar interests, then positive results are more probable. We have become like the Osterich who wants to be brave, but then runs away and thinks that he can bury something to make the troubles go away. The trouble is, the thing that gets buried is the Ostrich's head. Politcal groups, Unions, laws and religion keep making that mistake. What is there to be had, if you can't ask for it, is to be had by bonding each other in a trusting business model, not to exploit weakness but to overcome it. Not to replace the laws of natural selection and strength with some stylized theator of methods of madness but to help nature on it's way.

My business is providing a lifeline to those who want to use internet as the modern tool it is evolving into. For renting Iphone: The Iphone is the only one that is compatible with European cell systems. You dont' have to sign up for a year or two year contract, you just bring my SPRINT cellphone with you and sign what is called an 'indemnification' document. The legal document makes you responsible, not me, for any damage or loss. It also says that you pay your own phone bills. In the past, travel to Mexico could come with very expensive per minute charges. But at least you had service with an Iphone. I have past experience and associates who travel there, so that more information can be obtained if you email me.

Many of my customers are users of other models and do NOT want to buy an Apple Iphone just for a short trip or business meeting.

The internet is not about the benefits of Ivy Bridge versus Sandy Bridge. From St. Petersburg Florida, to St. Petersburg, Russia, from Jamaica to London, cosmopolitan computing has evolved. The new paradigm has been described by experts as a fundamental change in how we live and view our world. The internet revolution changes everything we used to do, from shopping online to paying bills listening to music. In the process of this change, old 'blue chip' companys are failing. Radio Shack, Best Buy, Facebook.com and others. Change is always disruptive, but this change pays to know more about because you may need to have the right perspective.

The 2010 flooding of Cranston, Rhode Island and Nashville, TN brought home the importance of access to expeditionary travel to many in the USA recently. If only to help fight off the fear of changes you don't understand, knowing how the so-called business model you buy from will pay your time back someday. The time to respond to emails or texting is high on the list of what customers say they need information about in the new age. This subject, which I refer to as the digital promise, spans many subject that I will do tutorials about on this site, as is my style of commerce. The digital promise, experts say, will unfold and evolve in two areas - the low budget high expectation budget of machine to machine communication and the luxury upscale markets that evolve from machine to agent communications. The Ivy bridge technology is one expample of how computers are becoming smaller and more accepted. That is not to say that political borders have followed this trend. Yet, states like Wisconsin have significantly relaxed their complex deer hunting laws. We can say that it looks like local population pressure brought on local politicians will open the doors to new age commerce before the larger political authorities do. Russia is having significant problems with this social change, but so are states like Mississippi and Florida, traditionally slow to change and modernize. In a nutshell, what is the greatest future technology is a change in how we deal with our selves, and how we define our lives.

So, just how do I plan to facilitate change in how the internet is being used? I'm only one small unincorporated guy that has some assets in East Northern and East Central Wisconsin. Mostly, I live away from highly populated areas and in agricultural enonomies. Well, what matters is, as I see it; is how we define terms that resonate with what folks need most to do, to see, to aquire. Obviously, this site is about Expeditionary Travel. What it is : to travel for purposes of meeting and transacting for non-monitary economic reasons. There are hot catagories today including books (Amzaon.com) business data and markets (failure, expansion, cop-operation of access to resources. There is community centric catagories such as machine to machine and machine to agent, private store VIP appointments, weather warning/plans and related location availability realtime data exhanges. There are educational class trips, book markup and revision; these are just the beginning tip of an iceberg view of what's coming. The part of that iceberg that sticks above the water the most is in promotion and selling. The professors today seem to agree that ubiquity is the new exclusivity. It's jargon for saying that if you can have your product or company name or servies come up often enough as free advertising, you become the standard by which prestige is judged. Why should this be? Basically two reasons: Reason #1) The stock market has failed as a financial model because it relies on locally available reliable information. The information degrades with distance from the company. Because most old school public stock offerings start with small start-up companies at some point, the company is confined in many ways to one corporate center, even if it can reach out and advertise globally. This global reach does not translate into globally acessable accurate stock information and prediction however. This non-transparancy of all brick and mortar business is the first reason. Reason #2) Suppose you want to travel as a traditional sales person. Your goal is to aquire some property or agreement which you expect to use immediately for you own gain. To sell, consume or work it to your advantage. This goal completes the second half of the traditional simple business - money invested for short term profit reasons. I can go on about commodities and scarcity, but the sad fact is that the model we used that assumed supply and demand were related no longer applies. The low hanging fruit of renewable and mined resources has bought and cornered the major markets to a large degree. For instance, you cannot buy a Jamaican bananna in the United States. All are bought by European nations. Likewise Japanese electronics have replaced all american made TV's and stereos, the same commodities the USA was world famous for in the 1970's. Now, compare your goal of buying for profit to what happens when you shop for antiques, art artifacts, fashion ideas and home or yard ornametenation, entry gates, polymer pavement or other exotic goods. Then the tradional safety net that we relied upon for years also seems like walking a tightrope. Perhaps that was the point of allowing a tightrope walker to walk across Niagra Falls - to promote tourists activity now that the big chemical and power companies have moved to Europe. With any decision to spend, in other words, the decision maker needs assurances. They include the confidence that they are not buying an overpriced resource.

But they extend like a spider web into many areas that I have studied as a formal student of quality assurance, business and economics as well as safety, material science and properties and resale values.
Question: Is buying coffee in bulk at the source a non-monitizing travel or expeditionary travel?
ANSWER: If you can use a second opinion from someone who provides security, adds objective information or acts as a banker to hold back impulse buying, then yes.
Expeditionary travel is possible to define, but the definition is imperfect in response to the fact that we are imperfect. If you consume something, that is non-monitizing purchasing. Do you think you will buy the same coffee as you would at local brick and mortar stores? Or even better, do you think that you would buy the same coffee beans to resell for profit as you would to drink and serve your guests at a wedding and show your travel videos to? Perhaps it is expecting too much of a definition to believe it motivates new costomers. But, the prior definition of internet commerce as being 'driven by traffic' has been completely discounted and abandoned by the marketing societies today. In light of new knowledge, how we define buying or 'travel' behavior does make a BIG difference.
So, expectations are critical to aquiring skill in the new communication methods that will be used to source services like the ones I offer and develop. Short answers to texting and email should now be completely acceptable, but you can't be shy about firing off another email or text question either. Studies have shown that most traditional marketing executives 'fire off' two letters per week. The studies showed that the goal of those letters was as high as ninety percent being intended to find out if the target customer was actually a good fit and able to buy whatever was being sold. But you have to realize that this older kind of investigative business to business selling, even from comfortable electronically state of the art offices, is obsolete. Now, each individual is becoming responsible for providing that kind of analytical thinking. Now more than ever, the economics of buying and selling and the ethics of that exchange are evolving along with the new commerce age.
Being a third generation banker from a Wisconsin family, I know that almost all business owners view Wisconsin as a place to earn a career, but they always retire to Florida or Palm Springs California. My new age commerce does many things in just the opposite manner than traditional practices. There are good solid reasons for that fact. Even though there are risks associated with aquiring art and artifacts, the economy of the USA has grown in the last 40 years from 5 trillion in 1973 to 13 trillion today. None of that added value goes to the income groups below 34,000 dollars income, no matter what geopolitical zone they fall into. So, change is coming, but the future will not look much like the past. I predict that even keeping the family in it's present status as a reputable and reliable local business name will be a challenge for many middle and upper income familys. With the right spirit, inspiration, and the local cooperation that it often brings, it can be done. Municipal bonds and loans have no doubt been the guitly instruments by which half the population has been kept in a stagnation state. For all of history, it has fallen upon those same already challenged groups to navigate a path to the future. Waiting for inspiration from those around us with wealth and authority solves nothing. The truth is that the answers lie within. Those answers are an overt expression of what can be envisioned as attainable by the human mind.

When you work at traditional jobs, the employers uses your problems, sometimes making their problems yours, to help you dig a deeper hole for yourself out of your humiliations rather than lift you up by your sucesses and ethics of reliability and honesty, that should count for more than these do, on most report-in clock-out work crews. When you hire me, you give me the opportunity to lift myself, if not you and your interests out of these lock-down and limiting goal frameworks and frames of reference, and into self-activiation and progressive cooperating work experiences.

Services we want to buy from other internet enabled sources:

1) Other Non-mental disability companionship / adult catering guiding services.
2) Event lists such as car shows, county fairs and their phone/address dates and contacts information.
3) Technology to meet specific geotechnical goals. Powered Air gliders, hovercrafting, EAA kit builder shops.
4) Game species scouting and tracking, feeders and ever more accepted electronic devices previously outlawed in hunting, trapping, fishing.
5) Audio and Video on demand editing and productions outdoor and auditorium setups for large audiance systems.
6) Non-Recreational Vehicle expedition destinations. Wisconsin Dells like tour services, large upscale Halloween balls and celebrity photo shoots.


Services we do NOT want to be emailed about
1) How to make our web page more ubiquitous. While I need the exposure, I have spent 10 years as a commerce site web author.
There is very little I have not learned to do, and frankly what can be done by paid advertising at this point in time is, well, one of those dissapointing wastes of money and hope.
As web authors appear and form small circles or 5 or 6 websites that talk to each other and help each other out - or get educated if its not possible -
then this tendency to suffer from too much page text and not enough serious customer initiated interest will begin to turn around.


My model is founded on the idea that when people group together because they have similar weaknesses, the results are predictable. But when people find partners or form groups to seek out similar interests, then positive results are more probable. We have become like the Osterich who wants to be brave, but then runs away and thinks that he can bury something to make the troubles go away. The trouble is, the thing that gets buried is the Ostrich's head. Politcal groups, Unions, laws and religion keep making that mistake. What is there to be had, if you can't ask for it, is to be had by bonding each other in a trusting business model, not to exploit weakness but to overcome it. Not to replace the laws of natural selection and strength with some stylized theator of methods of madness but to help nature on it's way.

My business is providing a lifeline to those who want to use internet as the modern tool it is evolving into. For renting Iphone: The Iphone is the only one that is compatible with European cell systems. You dont' have to sign up for a year or two year contract, you just bring my SPRINT cellphone with you and sign what is called an 'indemnification' document. The legal document makes you responsible, not me, for any damage or loss. It also says that you pay your own phone bills. In the past, travel to Mexico could come with very expensive per minute charges. But at least you had service with an Iphone. I have past experience and associates who travel there, so that more information can be obtained if you email me.

Many of my customers are users of other models and do NOT want to buy an Apple Iphone just for a short trip or business meeting.

The internet is not about the benefits of Ivy Bridge versus Sandy Bridge. From St. Petersburg Florida, to St. Petersburg, Russia, from Jamaica to London, cosmopolitan computing has evolved. The new paradigm has been described by experts as a fundamental change in how we live and view our world. The internet revolution changes everything we used to do, from shopping online to paying bills listening to music. In the process of this change, old 'blue chip' companys are failing. Radio Shack, Best Buy, Facebook.com and others. Change is always disruptive, but this change pays to know more about because you may need to have the right perspective.

The 2010 flooding of Cranston, Rhode Island and Nashville, TN brought home the importance of access to expeditionary travel to many in the USA recently. If only to help fight off the fear of changes you don't understand, knowing how the so-called business model you buy from will pay your time back someday. The time to respond to emails or texting is high on the list of what customers say they need information about in the new age. This subject, which I refer to as the digital promise, spans many subject that I will do tutorials about on this site, as is my style of commerce. The digital promise, experts say, will unfold and evolve in two areas - the low budget high expectation budget of machine to machine communication and the luxury upscale markets that evolve from machine to agent communications. The Ivy bridge technology is one expample of how computers are becoming smaller and more accepted. That is not to say that political borders have followed this trend. Yet, states like Wisconsin have significantly relaxed their complex deer hunting laws. We can say that it looks like local population pressure brought on local politicians will open the doors to new age commerce before the larger political authorities do. Russia is having significant problems with this social change, but so are states like Mississippi and Florida, traditionally slow to change and modernize. In a nutshell, what is the greatest future technology is a change in how we deal with our selves, and how we define our lives.

So, just how do I plan to facilitate change in how the internet is being used? I'm only one small unincorporated guy that has some assets in East Northern and East Central Wisconsin. Mostly, I live away from highly populated areas and in agricultural enonomies. Well, what matters is, as I see it; is how we define terms that resonate with what folks need most to do, to see, to aquire. Obviously, this site is about Expeditionary Travel. What it is : to travel for purposes of meeting and transacting for non-monitary economic reasons. There are hot catagories today including books (Amzaon.com) business data and markets (failure, expansion, cop-operation of access to resources. There is community centric catagories such as machine to machine and machine to agent, private store VIP appointments, weather warning/plans and related location availability realtime data exhanges. There are educational class trips, book markup and revision; these are just the beginning tip of an iceberg view of what's coming. The part of that iceberg that sticks above the water the most is in promotion and selling. The professors today seem to agree that ubiquity is the new exclusivity. It's jargon for saying that if you can have your product or company name or servies come up often enough as free advertising, you become the standard by which prestige is judged. Why should this be? Basically two reasons: Reason #1) The stock market has failed as a financial model because it relies on locally available reliable information. The information degrades with distance from the company. Because most old school public stock offerings start with small start-up companies at some point, the company is confined in many ways to one corporate center, even if it can reach out and advertise globally. This global reach does not translate into globally acessable accurate stock information and prediction however. This non-transparancy of all brick and mortar business is the first reason. Reason #2) Suppose you want to travel as a traditional sales person. Your goal is to aquire some property or agreement which you expect to use immediately for you own gain. To sell, consume or work it to your advantage. This goal completes the second half of the traditional simple business - money invested for short term profit reasons. I can go on about commodities and scarcity, but the sad fact is that the model we used that assumed supply and demand were related no longer applies. The low hanging fruit of renewable and mined resources has bought and cornered the major markets to a large degree. For instance, you cannot buy a Jamaican bananna in the United States. All are bought by European nations. Likewise Japanese electronics have replaced all american made TV's and stereos, the same commodities the USA was world famous for in the 1970's. Now, compare your goal of buying for profit to what happens when you shop for antiques, art artifacts, fashion ideas and home or yard ornametenation, entry gates, polymer pavement or other exotic goods. Then the tradional safety net that we relied upon for years also seems like walking a tightrope. Perhaps that was the point of allowing a tightrope walker to walk across Niagra Falls - to promote tourists activity now that the big chemical and power companies have moved to Europe. With any decision to spend, in other words, the decision maker needs assurances. They include the confidence that they are not buying an overpriced resource.

But they extend like a spider web into many areas that I have studied as a formal student of quality assurance, business and economics as well as safety, material science and properties and resale values.
Question: Is buying coffee in bulk at the source a non-monitizing travel or expeditionary travel?
ANSWER: If you can use a second opinion from someone who provides security, adds objective information or acts as a banker to hold back impulse buying, then yes.
Expeditionary travel is possible to define, but the definition is imperfect in response to the fact that we are imperfect. If you consume something, that is non-monitizing purchasing. Do you think you will buy the same coffee as you would at local brick and mortar stores? Or even better, do you think that you would buy the same coffee beans to resell for profit as you would to drink and serve your guests at a wedding and show your travel videos to? Perhaps it is expecting too much of a definition to believe it motivates new costomers. But, the prior definition of internet commerce as being 'driven by traffic' has been completely discounted and abandoned by the marketing societies today. In light of new knowledge, how we define buying or 'travel' behavior does make a BIG difference.
So, expectations are critical to aquiring skill in the new communication methods that will be used to source services like the ones I offer and develop. Short answers to texting and email should now be completely acceptable, but you can't be shy about firing off another email or text question either. Studies have shown that most traditional marketing executives 'fire off' two letters per week. The studies showed that the goal of those letters was as high as ninety percent being intended to find out if the target customer was actually a good fit and able to buy whatever was being sold. But you have to realize that this older kind of investigative business to business selling, even from comfortable electronically state of the art offices, is obsolete. Now, each individual is becoming responsible for providing that kind of analytical thinking. Now more than ever, the economics of buying and selling and the ethics of that exchange are evolving along with the new commerce age.
Being a third generation banker from a Wisconsin family, I know that almost all business owners view Wisconsin as a place to earn a career, but they always retire to Florida or Palm Springs California. My new age commerce does many things in just the opposite manner than traditional practices. There are good solid reasons for that fact. Even though there are risks associated with aquiring art and artifacts, the economy of the USA has grown in the last 40 years from 5 trillion in 1973 to 13 trillion today. None of that added value goes to the income groups below 34,000 dollars income, no matter what geopolitical zone they fall into. So, change is coming, but the future will not look much like the past. I predict that even keeping the family in it's present status as a reputable and reliable local business name will be a challenge for many middle and upper income familys. With the right spirit, inspiration, and the local cooperation that it often brings, it can be done. Municipal bonds and loans have no doubt been the guitly instruments by which half the population has been kept in a stagnation state. For all of history, it has fallen upon those same already challenged groups to navigate a path to the future. Waiting for inspiration from those around us with wealth and authority solves nothing. The truth is that the answers lie within. Those answers are an overt expression of what can be envisioned as attainable by the human mind.

When you work at traditional jobs, the employers uses your problems, sometimes making their problems yours, to help you dig a deeper hole for yourself out of your humiliations rather than lift you up by your sucesses and ethics of reliability and honesty, that should count for more than these do, on most report-in clock-out work crews. When you hire me, you give me the opportunity to lift myself, if not you and your interests out of these lock-down and limiting goal frameworks and frames of reference, and into self-activiation and progressive cooperating work experiences.

Services we want to buy from other internet enabled sources:

1) Other Non-mental disability companionship / adult catering guiding services.
2) Event lists such as car shows, county fairs and their phone/address dates and contacts information.
3) Technology to meet specific geotechnical goals. Powered Air gliders, hovercrafting, EAA kit builder shops.
4) Game species scouting and tracking, feeders and ever more accepted electronic devices previously outlawed in hunting, trapping, fishing.
5) Audio and Video on demand editing and productions outdoor and auditorium setups for large audiance systems.
6) Non-Recreational Vehicle expedition destinations. Wisconsin Dells like tour services, large upscale Halloween balls and celebrity photo shoots.


Services we do NOT want to be emailed about
1) How to make our web page more ubiquitous. While I need the exposure, I have spent 10 years as a commerce site web author.
There is very little I have not learned to do, and frankly what can be done by paid advertising at this point in time is, well, one of those dissapointing wastes of money and hope.
As web authors appear and form small circles or 5 or 6 websites that talk to each other and help each other out - or get educated if its not possible -
then this tendency to suffer from too much page text and not enough serious customer initiated interest will begin to turn around.