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Showing posts from November, 2005

This week - Mon Sept 18th - Sun 24th

Haventec: (my main project) I am working out how to get public awareness of some key issues. ---The ICE Project--- Working out how to convince a large Aussie organisation to give the technology a "going over". ---BullionX--- Working after hours on putting together an investment pool to buy some Bullion so we can get a test case working... All very interesting.

Coming Soon:

October 17-18: CSIRO Ontribe event: Sydney: I am speaking on the subject of helping academics find execution partners and how to leverage their strengths while ensuring a product uses their breakthroughs. Watch the video here.No date yet: Public release of the ICE project. Can hardly wait for this.Ric's latest book on Amazon: Step by Step Inventing. Full release information and link to Amazon page coming soon.Hot topic list:  Quantum Computers: at the moment the recent advances in this field seem much misunderstood with lots of misleading reporting... from my position I see a general lack of understanding…

How-To: Stream almost anything using VLC - Engadget -

This article shows how to take the best media player I have used and set it up as a media streaming server... really good stuff. How-To: Stream almost anything using VLC - Engadget - "We will also demonstrate how to remotely control VLC using any web browser. Using these techniques you could stream video from your office computer to a laptop plugged into the living room TV and control the playlist with your PDA."

Firm stymied by 'hold' on patent

The trouble for TxFS began as investors began performing "due diligence" on the company's books. On surveying TxFS' competition, investors discovered that another company held a patent for a technology very similar to that of TxFS. Th

e firm bumped into what's known as a patent holding company, or "patent troller."
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