[extropy-chat] The Dawn of Personalized Medicine
Robert J. Bradbury
bradbury at aeiveos.com
Wed Apr 7 22:27:52 UTC 2004
On Wed, 7 Apr 2004, Hal Finney wrote:
> Yes, or he might have invested in other 1960s era semiconductor
> companies, like Amelco, or Shockley, or Intersil, or Rheem, which had
> the distinction of being the first semiconductor company to be sued
> over stolen intellectual property. Hindsight is easy.
Hal, you may have missed the best example -- Trilogy Systems (google on
trilogy + Amdahl. I'm not sure it ever got to the point of going public
though so it might not have turned into an Enron.
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