- offers have probably been made to buy us out, for the tech? for our customers? for the back end? whatever, all must have been too low for Laurus to consider.
- though it looks like someone finally got it through their thick heads that we've got to buck up and market this on our own, too bad they had to lose all our money learning the hard way. Only now are they realizing 3rd party marketing has been our downfall all along. Too bad our bonehead management took this long to wake up. Now we have less than zero dollars for marketing and since Ron Harden hasn't had a thing to work with in 3 years, he's waiting for a couple crumbs to fall off the table.
- in the end, Laurus will settle for $5-7.5 million and lick his wounds and go home. He gets all the money (terms of the financing arrangement) and we get nothing. We are like a rock in the stream watching all the fish swim by. Big fish, little fish, everyone is moving forward but us. All we catch is their excriment. The tech is so far beyond Richards that his seals are jumping ship. We don't qualify for SeaWorld, let alone being able to make it on our own. Laurus must see that by now.
- ideas are just thoughts, getting them into place are just plans. Making them work is the measure of success. Too bad our management doesn't have a grasp on any part of the equasion.
AND thunder is not right, he never has been and he never will be!! thats why hes thunder and not lightening!! the phone works, why does he say it doesnt>? becuse hes bitter bitter bitter!do you think that last review would have gone out by a guy who didnt even check the phone worked? people here are just too cynical.
hey p3d (brownstain)
fyi the market is verifying the lack of vision of the company, not any perspective of a handful of shareholders. <$.07 speaks for itself. go cry your plea of genius to the world, because it's the world that's determining the stock price. unfortunately it's the morons in management who are holding it back by their cronic poor decision making.
it's been said that your a paid pumper. the more you post, the more i believe it. your post are never worth reading. we don't need a cheerleader, we need a functional management team.
"paid pumpers" are financed by market makers, not the companies, to create a market, stir the buzz, garner momentum one direction or the other. this pd3 clown seems more like that every time it posts. look at the gap between bid and ask. what mm's need is volume to make some real money, so 'paid pumpers' are employed to create momentum.
how else does anyone explain the blind enthusiasm of anyone so removed from reality? no, this idiot is a fungus. a form of mold in Florida, moss in the Pacific Northwest, a disease in any downtown city and the slime that backfills sewers. all cost us, and so far no one has figured how to make money on their existence.
From a neutral perspective, would anyone here honestly select pvsp.ob as the longshot of the year for this technology? a company to invest in to position ourselves to profit on the the evolution of telecom and connectivity? now take p3d's up-the-butt optimism on the future of our low-life management into perspective and one can't help but see, this idiot is not an investor. gee, wasn't he buying at 0.24 a few months ago? hmm, down 75% now and still touting the business model? get an f-ing clue on his motives.
Yeah, Trying to find anything positive about this company.....which is very hard to do. They have not produced any deal, product or service that has turned out beneficial to stockholders.... All those wasted millions down the drain!
Check this out? Does it make sense that if Vox could do this before Zer01 they would have? Clearly they are stealing another entities technology. Are you ready for prison Mr. Richards and Mr. Rhiss?
I would like to see a link as well. Is it reasonable that Anderson Taylor would license proprietary software? That's just asking for a lawsuit. Could it be that Zer01 is threatened by Vox and spread a rumor? Now not that Zer01 could threaten anybody.............
Vox must be doing something more than the HTC phone based on their hiring page:
We are currently looking for professionals with the following skills.
Web Developers JAVA / CSS & HTML / Adobe Flash
Senior Google Android developers
Web 2.0 Technologies with Android App Store Experience
Junior & Senior Blackberry Developers
Biligual Customer Care Representatives – Location: Orlando