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  • casp321 casp321 Jul 20, 2011 11:53 PM Flag

    Show me the HISTORY of ON2 NOT Hantro!!!

    Doerr: [...] Why should we say anything about what we're doing until we have happy customers, and we're ready to try to expand and grow our market? You see many more entrepreneurs wanting to remain in stealth mode for a long, long time. The smart ones, anyway.

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      Re: Show me the HISTORY of ON2 NOT Hantro!!! 20-Jul-11 11:53 pm Doerr: [...] Why should we say anything about what we're doing until we have happy customers, and we're ready to try to expand and grow our market? You see many more entrepreneurs wanting to remain in stealth mode for a long, long time. The smart ones, anyway."

    • You STOLE from WRONG Public company's shareholders:


      20-07-2011
      ----Masked beneath all the talk about the global financial crisis, an even bigger phenomenon is at work, one that in due course will overpower the memory of the current crisis. That phenomenon is the unleashing of the global entrepreneurial capabilities of the bottom half - or rather, two-thirds - of humanity.



      Boom time in global entrepreneur-land

      Carl Schramm
      China Daily
      Publication Date : 20-07-2011


      While we in the West continue to be anxious about the pace of the economic recovery, from China and India all the way to Sub-Saharan Africa, the excitement of a new generation - no longer held back by the economic, technological and personal limitations of their parents' generation - is palpable.

      Masked beneath all the talk about the global financial crisis, an even bigger phenomenon is at work, one that in due course will overpower the memory of the current crisis. That phenomenon is the unleashing of the global entrepreneurial capabilities of the bottom half - or rather, two-thirds - of humanity.


      Innovators and entrepreneurs in the developing world have a powerful advantage: They can often start from a clean slate and engage in leapfrogging strategies. On a broad scale, the story of mobile technology obviating the need to install a nationwide fixed-line network is going to play itself out in sector after sector and country after country.

      http://www.asianewsnet.net/home/news.php?id=20057&sec=3

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        The demand is certainly there, from billions of people. That is why I have an abiding sense that we are still stuck in an era similar to that of the horse and buggy, when - prior to the arrival of the internal combustion engine - Manhattan's biggest worry was that it would be buried in horse manure. What was true of innovative personal mobility solutions back then is true for today's key challenges, such as food security and alternative energy. We don't even fully know what we don't know - and what we still need to discover.
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