From: Spehro Pefhany
Subject: Re: High Tech economy in the US
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 15:33:08 GMT
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On 16 Jan 2003 08:11:27 GMT, the renowned firstname.lastname@example.org (Rolavine)
>I don't know about the rest of you, but I've been thinking of trying to promote
>Oregon as a 3rd world country. How's this for a slogan, ' We have great
>engineers that will work for curry'.
I'll work a while for a good curry too. No knockout thalis that are
really close by though, so it's Korean with kim chee for lunch today.
What's your state animal? The beaver, isn't it? So, curried beaver it
is, with a nice mango chutney.
>Dubya is going to solve our problems though by giving money to people who won't
>invest. These are the same people that can borrow money for nothing now, and
>still don't invest. Why don't they just give us money to start companies to
>make crazy things. Oh wait a minute, we did that last decade, humm maybe that
>is why these rich people won't invest. Go figure.
Actual sales, profits and scalable cash flow can be pretty convincing.
Unproven "ideas" are a dime a dozen.
>I haven't given up hope yet all I need is one great idea. Anyone know of
>something that everybody will want, costs nothing to make, and sells itself?
>Your friend in the depression
There's still lots of stuff going on, just the quality has been
notched up and funding is more sane. I wouldn't hold my breath waiting
for another dot-com bubble.
"it's the network..." "The Journey is the reward"
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