the companies that dominate the high tech retail market are a mixed breed. not a lot happening for mom and pop high tech consumer electronics stores. blame the online retailing explosion that boasts around almost 20% of the market.
[computer manufacturers adjusted to account for only retail revenues]
# company – - – - revenue – - – - products – - – - info
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sf politics. hair salons are saying that even the fbi doesn’t like learning that their “hood” project is a hoax. bill long kenny burnham greg ward and roy meissner lead the list of overlooked individuals that wanted to storm the bastille at the phone company years ago and ended up on the police department payroll instead. these days their obvious incompetence is so destructive they are being relieved of their consulting money by sf city council. it’s difficult to spell it out. f.i.r.e.d.
special agent robert mueller and his “gay gang” continue to pursue a dianna lynn lifestyle. somebody like myself for example has everything in the world going on. find a way to rip it all off and give it all to other people. obviously a lapse in judgement from the fbi.
while waiting for the phone company legal case to actually find its way to court the mayor’s conference has set the limit to what law enforcement can do to people. the theory was if they find you alone police or their people can do what they want. in reality civilians do what they want. it’s not legal to track and eliminate people. the joke is on law enforcement because their consultant is very insincere. “i just want to get away with my crime” says former chief earl “fajitagate” sanders and former chief heather fong. end result. don’t do any of it. the entire project is a hoax from their point of view.
it’s not a great idea to let law enforcement experiment on people anyway. the evidence suggests they are inclined to send people to the “hood” to see what happens. result is inevitably a serious problem requiring yet again law enforcement intervention. that’s why elected officials get the final say.
coming soon your way. the legal case. please give it to scott king’s “gang” again so they can squander the moment. ”i just want to *&%$ everybody”. before that it was “i just want to do my thing to people”. what’s really happening according to bill o’reilly is the police and their excon “hoods” are testing experimental drugs on innocent civilians. drugs and intimidation techniques intended to subdue real criminals.
“valleylist” planned new titles and sponsorship for computing
1. cellphones [completed]
2. computers [completed]
3. internet [completed]
4. software [completed]
5. videogames [completed]
6. professional level computing [completed]
7. high tech megastores [saturday 7.31.2010] <- – - – current version
8. online shopping [saturday 8.15.2010] [includes side article on peripherals]
9. internet television by special request [tuesday 8.31.2010]
10. the microprocessor [wednesday 9.15.2010]
11. display screen or touch screen [thursday 9.30.2010]
12. input devices [to be scheduled]
13. read only memory and data storage [to be scheduled]
14. connectivity [to be scheduled]
15. electricity [to be scheduled]
16. new technology [to be scheduled]
17. technology by the numbers [to be scheduled]
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conclusion. whether it’s the new yorker cover the “bug family” [that's not my family is it?] or the sf bay guardian black and white cover “fantasy island” the “valleylist” point of view is it’s the product that matters. the music industry promotes artist products on every platfrom. prince on your ipad is a great idea. it gives people more reasons to like prince and buy more songs from the prince apple itune online store. “valleylist” says go universal access. you’ll find prince on digital music cd mp3 dvd internet ipod youtube and of course live performances. why stop at music videos or music channels when the digital product could be on every platform.
computer history reveals that the need for compatibility across all product platforms. the result is called open architecture. computers need to be “open” to accomodate standardized hardware and software products from 3rd party suppliers. that way your new apple imac can include the compucable mini-geo usb-serial adapter. apple was among the last to adapt to the open architecture concept. open architecture is the basis for all those big computing companies finding ways to meet the needs of specialized computing customers and adapt to a changing marketplace.
with the latest push into youtube videos “valleylist” is trying to reach everybody. the 2 billion video views daily and millions youtube members are the stuff of internet legend. youtube was an overnight sensation. such a great idea. also youtube doesn’t subject their members to endless technical problems and has avoided the “social conscious” of facebook. try to get your product to everybody and you’ll find that online is the big winner.
“valleylist” likes the music industry idea of products on all platforms.
that’s the ”valleylist” agenda. along the way let’s champion the esquire magazine approach to life and those who accomplish dubious achievements without getting caught. the latest has bill clinton on the cover sporting a black and white cotton suit.
in the meantime fire dick cheney or robert or mueller or the entire gang all over again.
nothing is happening.
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