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conawayf 394 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 27, 2013 11:18 PM Member since: Nov 28, 2011
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    NEOM scandal in the works Part 2

    by brewskih Jan 24, 2007 5:33 AM
    conawayf conawayf Jan 27, 2013 11:18 PM Flag

    They removed four today

  • Reply to

    NEOM scandal in the works Part 2

    by brewskih Jan 24, 2007 5:33 AM
    conawayf conawayf Jan 27, 2013 11:52 AM Flag

    Ihub they remove lot of my posts.

  • Reply to

    Ok whats up my trade only trade now?

    by jacksira Jan 25, 2013 11:31 AM
    conawayf conawayf Jan 25, 2013 12:53 PM Flag

    Should have waited until .ooo5

  • conawayf conawayf Jan 25, 2013 10:56 AM Flag

    Ya will drive it down, so there will be negotiation on the old loan. Make them pay or sell the patents

  • Ya loan is at .001 it's getting close to that price, if doctor is Smart lol he will power play this and pick up the shares cheap

  • Reply to

    Looks like a bottom is in....

    by nofortunateson2 Jan 24, 2013 10:03 AM
    conawayf conawayf Jan 24, 2013 12:47 PM Flag

    I really agree its going lower .0005

  • Reply to

    68 mil shares

    by cashflowtogo50 Jan 24, 2013 12:00 PM
    conawayf conawayf Jan 24, 2013 12:45 PM Flag

    It's a sell off the doctor or ya

  • conawayf conawayf Jan 9, 2013 11:34 PM Flag

    By Ronald Grover

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Walt Disney toys are sold around the world. Now, children can find them in the cloud as well.

    The media giant is teaming up with toy company JAKKS Pacific and Patrick Soon-Shiong, Los Angeles' wealthiest person, on a new line of toys - with a nifty technological twist designed to link the goodies that kids lug home from the store with Disney's stable of well-known animated characters.

    "DreamPlay", developed by Soon-Shiong's NantWorks company, and JAKKS works via an app that can be downloaded on Apple Inc devices like the iPad, or smartphones and tablets running Google Inc Android software. When a device's camera is trained on any toy specifically designed to work with DreamPlay, it triggers one of thousands of preset animations that appear on the device's screen and seem to be unfolding in the real world.

    With viewers' eyes locked on the tablet or smartphone screen, fairies appear to glide in and out of buildings, animated critters start playing musical instruments, mythical characters prance on a toy piano's keyboard.

    Disney, which licensed its characters to DreamPlay, and its partners hope that children will take to the new approach, which is intended to extend and expand the life of the toy. But it remains to be seen if the concept will prove to be more than a novelty, and be able to arrest a child's short attention span.

    The three will demo their concept on Tuesday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but Reuters got a sneak peak at the technology on Monday.

    In a showroom on the 20th floor of a Santa Monica, Calif. building, visitors to JAKKS' demonstration are treated to an animated version of Sebastian - the red Jamaican crab from Disney's "Little Mermaid" movie - who pops up onscreen on an iPad seconds after the tablet's camera is trained on a real-life set of toy bongo drums.

    The animated crab pounces on the drums and proceeds to bang out a calypso song onscreen, with both Sebastian and the physical drum set appearing together as if the two shared the same cartoon.


    DreamPlay allows not just Sebastian, but also Tinker Bell and a host of other well-loved Disney characters to "interact" virtually with specially made toys via image-recognition software. The software was developed by Soon-Shiong, a former cancer surgeon who created drugs to fight diabetes and breast cancer and then sold the companies that produced them for $8.6 billion.

    Soon-Shiong teamed with JAKKS, a $678 million-a-year toy maker and licensee of toys based on the Princess line of dolls, Marvel action figures and other Disney toys, among others.

    The technology works via the "cloud" - images and video clips stored on remote servers that are streamed to kids' mobiles when the app recognizes a particular item.

    "It's a tremendous way to combine great technology and Disney's magical story telling to extend the time a child can play with a toy," said Bob Chapek, president of Disney's consumer products unit.

    Since taking over in 2011, Chapek has repositioned Disney's consumer product unit to expand its use of technology with its toys. DreamPlay is the first of what Chapek says are other products that will twin technology with familiar Disney toys, although he won't name them.

    Down the road, Disney may explore new business models, including selling subscriptions to content created specifically to be used with a particular toy, said Chapek.

    The market is hardly certain for a product that requires a child to hold up a phone or tablet, and peer through it to play with a toy that's stationary. Will children want to see Rapunzel endlessly dancing on the keys of a piano or Rosetta, a fairy from Disney's "Tinker Bell" movies, fly in and out of a cottage?

    "It brings added value to a toy, and kids will love it," said Lars Gjoerup, Joint Group Managing Director of Top-Toy, a large toy retailer in the Nordic region. "The toy will create an emotional attachment."

    JAKKS intends to begin selling DreamPlay versions of toys from the Disney Princess line in October. It will then expand its offerings next year, with international sales starting in 2014, said Stephen Berman, JAKKS president and CEO.

    DreamPlay toys will be "a couple of dollars" costlier than the regular version, he says.

    Target stores and Toys R Us are among the U.S. retailers who will carry the DreamPlay line, Berman says. Top-Toy, the giant Nordic retailer, has also signed on, while Beijing Hualian Group, which operates supermarkets and department stores across China, is coming onboard as well.

    "Kids don't own iPhones or iPads but they all know how to use them," says Berman. "Kids have so much more imagination than we do. Imagine recording a bunch of the videos and giving the kid an iPad to play with them on a trip to see the grandparents."

    JAKKS will ramp up marketing for the DreamPlay line, said Berman. DreamPlay toys will be prominently displayed at all the partner-retailers, he added, and shoppers will be encouraged to use their smartphones to view them.

    Those that aim smartphones at a boxed Tinker Bell, for instance, may get a start as the fairy from "Peter Pan" literally soars out of the box, leaving an empty package behind.

    "Technology can help people live better, work better, play better," said Soon-Shiong as he showed off the line of toys. "This is the way they will play better."

    (Reporting by Ronald Grover; Edited by Edwin Chan and Jeremy Laurence)

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  • Reply to

    1 Reason cbis will not succeed.

    by tiredhookagain Nov 17, 2012 5:46 PM
    conawayf conawayf Nov 18, 2012 12:21 PM Flag

    Your a dumb ......... oil comes from tricomes at the right time with the right plant. Hempseed oil really you shorter its a buy its going higher

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • conawayf conawayf Nov 7, 2012 11:21 AM Flag

    U guys don't remember deal with Apothecary Genetics do you. This guy won the cannabis cup. His strains are top quality. Look it up check out the site. Science will turn to retail. GLTA

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • conawayf by conawayf Nov 5, 2012 9:40 PM Flag

    I can't wait to sell this pos

  • Reply to

    QR codes growing

    by wrenn_leaming Nov 3, 2012 2:24 PM
    conawayf conawayf Nov 5, 2012 10:31 AM Flag

    The doctor has been buying many pieces to the puzzle. He bought a Data storage facility in La. He backed the company with the new mobile chip. The doctor wants to be able to send massive amounts of data to his storage facility through a mobile device. Everyone be patient the doctor is getting it together. The hold up is all the sports in LA. Dodgers being sold, and AEG, these are big deals they take up alot of time, putting a pause on our investment. lets hope Microsoft has put some grease in the doctors gears lets get this going. GLTA

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    QR codes growing

    by wrenn_leaming Nov 3, 2012 2:24 PM
    conawayf conawayf Nov 5, 2012 10:19 AM Flag

    I like all the ideas you have. I really like the idea of a QR code being used medically. So u get a code and everything a doctor does, writes, prescribes, all lab work for life. can u imagine 3-4 generations of information. This will help us LIVE longer. I hope this is what the doctor is getting into GLTA

  • This company doesn't care so why should we one more run and im out later

  • conawayf by conawayf Oct 24, 2012 5:42 PM Flag

    Our guys need to spend for X-Mas they suck thank god im playing with profits GLTA

    Sentiment: Hold

  • UBRG is up 110% in two days DTC chill was lifted

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    a perfect question to ask neom

    by smarteasytrading Oct 24, 2012 4:49 PM
    conawayf conawayf Oct 24, 2012 5:11 PM Flag

    check out ubrg they just had dtc lifted.

  • Reply to

    Dilution is the Solution

    by conawayf Sep 18, 2012 9:38 PM
    conawayf conawayf Sep 25, 2012 10:23 AM Flag

    dilute the pps is going up

  • Reply to

    Dilution is the Solution

    by conawayf Sep 18, 2012 9:38 PM
    conawayf conawayf Sep 24, 2012 10:22 AM Flag

    down we go hold it til we cant breath

    Sentiment: Hold

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