That was a great piece. It was also about as long of one as I've ever seen CNBC do. Very positive too. Mr. Saylor had a big vision, it remains to be seen if he can execute. Atleast he has first mover advantage and a proven infrastructure.
Any information out there (among employees) about plans for encryption and privacy. It doesn't sound like it would be hard to make the subscriber service generally anoymous with privacy permissions for those items the client would allow to have known. If this concept is based on convergence by Social Security Number, watch out. But there are thousands of ways to set up this data base, especially considering the primarily local-area nature of the services.
Anyway...any information on plans for encryption and data security would be appreciated.
Do you guys see a partnership there? Wireless net access(MCOM) and news on the go(MSTR) sound great to me! MCOM has got wireless networks and modems for PDAs & laptops for those who are wondering what the hell I'm talking about.