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ManyOne Unveils the Internet Office Network, the Evolution of USWeb/CKS as the Leader in Integrating Domains, Sites and Apps for Internet Devices

World’s first Internet Economic Operating System to power everyone with an Internet Office opening in cities worldwide commencing in May 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, PHOENIX, AZ, WASHINGTON D.C., SAN JOSE, CA. LOS ANGELES, CA. APRIL 14, 2014.

ManyOne unveiled today a global alliance of IT, governance, NGO and industry partners to open Internet office workspaces in every major city worldwide commencing in May, 2014. “The vision of empowering main street businesses and mainstream people with Wall Street privileges has been in development for 20 years,” said Joe Firmage, Founder and CEO of ManyOne. “The opening of Internet App and Web expert centers in every city worldwide has been my mission and passion since the concept of the Web and App development began in the late 1980s.”

 
“Every ManyOne Office (ManyOneOffice.org) will provide a one-stop center for conceiving, creating, developing, evolving and running Internet apps, sites and systems for entrepreneurs and enterprises across all scales, allowing anyone with a worthy idea to have the power of Google, Walmart, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon combined,” said Dr. Charles L. Dickens, President of ManyOne. “ManyOne is a platform for the multitudes. We are defining the cutting edge, converting the information age into the informed age. ManyOne is reprogramming Internet economic systems with an open operating system and a worldwide force of many experts to serve everyone connected.”

 
ManyOne is the first Internet Economic Operating System, which serves humanity through all Internet and Institutional partners (learn more at academyofscienceandarts.org/press-releases/).ManyOne and its alliance of offices, systems, software, services and experiences will be progressively unveiled at ManyOne.org, beginning on April 13, 2014. “ManyOne’s Advance Development team has been formally at work integrating industry- and region-leading Internet consulting and SaaS enterprises to join ManyOne since 2010,” said Frank White, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Business Development for ManyOne. “It’s a pleasure to invite the best and brightest teams to join the A-Team for the 21st Century Internet Economy.”

 

“The sweeping scope of challenges and opportunities we all can now see after the turn of the millennium represent a ‘singularity’ of change in human affairs far more profound than in any period of recorded history,” added Dr. Robert Corell, world-renowned climate scientist and Vice Chancellor of the Academy of Science and Arts. “Wherever we look, massive changes are occurring or must occur nearly at once: politics, economics, science and technology, transformational art transportable through interactive screens and spaces, and even the sense of a broader spiritual mission for humankind. An absolutely essential criteria for the future we all hope to see realized is a rigorous, realistic yet bold vision for systematically shifting from physical to electronic means for personal and business economic development.”

ABOUT MANYONE
More than a decade in the making, ManyOne is dedicated to the advancement of integrated models and financially robust global infrastructure for sustainable economic development, for the 21st century and beyond. Comprised of core teams of experts, leaders, and entrepreneurs around the world, ManyOne is launching in 2013 and 2014 a select number of initiatives for mainstream people and main street businesses in need of sustainable economic renewal.
Further information is available at ManyOne.org, ManyOneOffice.org, ManyOneCentral.org and ManyOnePortal.org.

ABOUT THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND ARTS
The Academy of Science and Arts is an umbrella institution with the mission of advancing breakthrough science research, education, and consequential sustainable economic development worldwide. The Academy is in the process of launching in several stages, and may be tracked at AcademyOfScienceAndArts.org.

Contact
855-775-7774
contact@manyone.org

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