Richard Kusiolek


Richard T. Kusiolek was an early visionary of space related technologies in Northern California’s Silicon Valley architecting Digital Battlefields, Digital Broadband Cities, and PowerCom Parks. Professor Kusiolek is a faculty adjunct professor with the University of Phoenix and also has been a contributing writer for Via Satellite Magazine, UK Satellite Evolution Asia, APSCC, and China Communications (CIC). Professor Kusiolek is a Senior Director of JP Technologies Ptc. Ltd. and Managing Director for TransGlobalNet Consulting Group. TGN is a Global Consulting firm focused on the satellite, aerospace, and high technology domains. Professor Kusiolek served as the Senior Management Consultant for India’s Metamor Corporation, China’s Huawei Technologies, China’s National Aerospace/Aviation Base, Beijing’s Satellite Conference and Forum, and as the General Manager and Director for China’s WeSoftware Corporation.

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Cyber Security versus Privacy - Mobility in a Global World
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 9,620. Language: English. Published: April 7, 2016. Categories: Essay » Technology
The author explores new domains of global mobility or new insights gained from re-examining establish cybersecurity topics. Further, the article demonstrates a focus on comprehensive up-to-date literature reviews while including qualitative methodology and touching on theoretical developments. Apple iOS and Android smartphone privacy/security are examined.
Star Traveling
Price: $6.95 USD. Words: 4,200. Language: English. Published: June 19, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry, Fiction » Inspirational
Star Traveling is a collection of free-verse American poems spanning the authors years of poetic insights. Since at a very young age, when given the opportunity to spend his summers in Hamlet Indiana, he began to star travel. He would lie on the grass surrounding his grandparent's farmhouse and stare into the vast night skies. The muse arrived after watching those stars from 1963 to 2012.

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