Ismail ERGEN

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What i learned from amanda part -1

What do I see?

Looking and seeing two different thinks. As a planner we have to see things out of what the people look.

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GOOD COPY BAD COPY

I am not very familier about the copywriters but i do agree if someone make profit out of my work they need to pay. But if they create something and re design it it is still our work or not? I like the Brazilian guy on the video he is creating a new music out of others.I dont know this makes him a creative or copier. Even the European guy takes the Brazilian re creation make a new remix. So he has to pay copywriters to the Brazilian guy? The life is changing and new things are not coming or founding easily so people are changing what they have and making a new way of the seeing things. In this tecnology and internet world i dont think anyone can stop anyone to use ideas or music. Only think is you have to more creative and more cleaver to use things differently.  

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YOU TUBE

With out andy doubt internet change the world.It change how to  the people represent their selfs. Internet make the people reachable.It make us to learn more and change more. In the video you see how the people can effect the others in minutes. Without internet who can do this? 

Internet create his own culture it has his own rules. This rules are made from people who using internet and it changing a lot. Because internet is a organic living environment.Youtube give a changes to make things your way and show to the millions without any cost or work. 

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Ways of seeing

I like this video  a lot. In this world everything is chaining depends on how we are seeing it. Most of the artist or the problem solvers seeing things different than the others and it make or made them different then rest of us.As a researcher/planner we have to see things more differently. The environment can change the meanings “ Ghost tree ” in Monterey is an a good example of it.If you look the pictures its only a tree.But if you look the environment around it you can see its the only tree can survive. Ways of the seeing things is important to be make different in life. 

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"You Want To Buy An American Car?"

My mother-in-law’s recent vehicles have been an Acura, a Mercedes, another Acura and currently a VW. Her last experience with a domestic vehicle dates back to when the domestics were indeed producing garbage on four wheels. However, I feel that the domestics, GM in particular, are building many vehicles these days that are as good as anything in their respective classes. Frankly, it is about time.

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2011 Buick Regal - Driving Impressions

ust finished a world tour in which I learned all about the new 2011 Buick Regal. The trip took us to the Beijing Auto Show in China, then to Germany, specifically to the General Motors headquarters in Russelsheim. Culminating our travels was a drive of the new Regal on the Nordschleife circuit. That’s right, you read it correctly—we drove the new 2011 Buick Regal on the Green Hell and lived to tell about it.

The Regal was balanced, confidence-inspiring and fun to drive. And this was in a car with standard brakes and all-season tires, no special tweaks. Who would have ever thought that I’d be driving a Buick—my father has owned a few of these floaty appliances—on the very track that has tamed more than a few high-performance cars?

Unlike in America, where the Buick brand is typically associated with retiree customers, the 440,000 buyers (in 2009) of the marque in China are young up-and-coming professionals who have to wait 2 to 6 months to take delivery. And don’t think Buicks in China are cheap. They can range from $14,000 to $87,000. In fact, when we visited a dealer in Beijing, we met two customers who purchased a LaCrossefor about $40,000, and the new Regal (already on sale there) for $33,000. The store manager also told us that in 2009, this dealer was able to sell 2500 cars. That’s an average of 208 cars per month. Incredible! And as strange as this sounds to young Americans, Buicks are considered as a premium carmaker, in competition with the likes of Audi.

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http://www.cars.com/buick/regal/2011/reviews/?revid=56315

More than a few surprises have accompanied the rebirth of General Motors. Chief among them is the resurgence of Buick, which was chosen as one of just four brands GM kept alive, even as it euthanized better-selling brands like Pontiac and Saturn, plus niche marquees like Hummer. After piloting the latest offering from the premium American brand, I can see why those in GM’s ivory tower picked Buick to survive.


The Regal is a good-looking, excellent-handling midsize sedan that packs a lot of content for its price, with just a few drawbacks.


The biggest problem is the model’s staggered introduction; just one trim level, the CXL, with one available engine is on sale now (that’s the one reviewed here). The rest will hit the street over the next year. Even with just the moderately powered four-cylinder Regal you can buy today, Buick is clearly doing things right. 

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Enticing younger buyers into Buick showrooms is job No. 1. While the Enclave crossover and the recently redesigned LaCrosse have chipped away at the average age of Buick owners — it’s down from 72 to 64 — the curvy Regal should lure in shoppers at least a decade or three younger than that.

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Advertising Age highlights Buick’s success in positioning itself as a luxury brand and attracting younger buyers

A recent article in Advertising Age notes the success that the Buick brand has experienced over the past year in the U.S. (and in China where Buick is already the No. 1 car brand).

  • Sales of Buick cars are up 60 percent over the first seven months of this year.
  • GM sold 137 percent more Buicks in July 2010 than in July 2009.
  • GM is on track to sell more than 148,000 Buicks this year, up from 102,306 in 2009.

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