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VCSY - A Laughing Place #2
Saturday, 1 March 2008
But the Norton said I was over Rhineshticken!
Mood:  caffeinated
Now Playing: 'Rumors Fall From The Sky' Bombardier blown from plane lands in hog pen. Benton D'Struckshin / Winsom Demerits

Dates to Remember (some will live in infamy)

Fur das flickenshnotten und shitzenflippen en das messagenborden:

March 7, 2000 VCSY…acquired Emily Solutions

March 29, 2000 arsDigita Secures $35 Million via General Atlantic and Greylock

August 3, 2000 VCSY… beta release of two of its MLE (Markup Language Executive “Emily”) Solutions Suite products: the XML Catalog Enabler Agent and the XML Database Agent.

September 6, 2000 launch of an educational and informational Web site devoted to in-depth explanations of the company's XML-based software solutions.

December 27, 2000 (iNPI) officially unveiled details of its strategic alliance and joint ventures with Vertical Computer Systems (VCSY) to use, market and sell VCSY's Emily™ XML technology for the B2G and B2B markets.


January 31, 2001 joint venture between iNet Government Services LLC (iNet) and Apollo Industries, Inc. ("Apollo") to form a separate LLC under the name "SmarteGov." Jerome Svigals, Director of MIS at Apollo and SmarteGov…generally regarded as the 'father of the magnetic stripe card.’

February 2, 2001 Barry Diller marriage to Diane von Furstenburg. Diller becomes Father-in-Law to Rober Miller via through Alexandre Prinz von Fürstenberg/Alexandra Miller 1995 marriage.

February 12, 2001 VCSY/Emily Solutions selected by IBM to be one of 40 companies now featured as innovation leaders on IBM’s new showcase Web site

February 20, 2001 Emily™ XML Enabler Agent is available for public purchase and download

March 13, 2001 Vertical Computer Systems, Inc. (OTCBB:VCSY), a  provider of Web commerce solutions, today announced that through Now Solutions, LLC, it has acquired a 60% majority interest in the Renaissance CS® Human Resources and Payroll (“HRIS/PAYROLL”) product division from Ross Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ROSS). 

March 19, 2001  Microsoft releases Hailstorm

March 20, 2001 World Bank funds
( developed using arsDigita Community System software work)

September 5, 2001 acquisition of one hundred percent (100%) of Texas-based EnFacet, Inc., … "EnFacet’s innovations provide a strong synergy with our Emily enhancements"

November 1, 2001 VCSY…appointment of Stephen O. Rossetti to head the Company’s (Vertical Computers) new Government Affairs division to be headquartered in Washington D.C.

??2001 At some point during 2001 (bave, can you give the particulars re past email? - if you can dig them out and sanitize the name) iNet hosted the development of software to service a cluster computer
See comment to this post below. Thanks bave.


January 3, 2002 -- Vertical Computer Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: VCSY) announced today that it has acquired an option to … interest in iNetPurchasing, Inc. "iNet…current strong working relationship between VCSY and iNet … facilitated the testing and deployment of EmilyTM… throughout Texas, Maine, and Idaho"

February 4, 2002 arsDigita acquired by Red Hat Linux

February 21, 2002 contracted for the sale and installation of its ResponseFlash™ software to enhance emergency response communications for Marion County, Indiana, including Indianapolis, the state’s largest city…MECA (Metropolitan Emergency Communications Agency} serves the City of Indianapolis and Marion County, Indiana … wide variety of communications equipment, including more than 1,800 mobile devices, 8,000 handheld radios, 3,000 mobile radios and 5,000 pagers. MECA director Linn Piper is also chairperson of Motorola's Mobile Data Users Group (MDUG).

April 11, 2002 Microsoft pulls plug on Hailstorm

August 14, 2002 Grand River Hospital has selected NOW Solutions as their HRIS provider of choice…powerful capabilities and features of emPath™

September 18, 2002 licensing of emPath(TM) to Betty Ford Center
(Emily checks into rehab)

October 2, 2002 NOW Solutions…Northern Health Authority in Canada

November 25, 2002 NOW Solutions…upgrade and licensing of emPath™ to Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State

November 27, 2002 NOW Solutions…upgrade and licensing of emPath(TM) to a large municipal(unnamed in release) government in New Mexico


July 6, 2003 Laughing Place #1 started on ProgrammersHeaven website -  (Webmaster for Programmersheaven is .Net MVP. Laughing Place #1 will be shut down by Programmersheaven webmaster April 25, 2007 - one week after VCSY sues Microsoft for infringement of patent 6826744).

July 18-28, 2003 AOL Time-Warner / Chinadotcom split up

September 8, 2003
Ross Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: ROSS), a global provider of enterprise software for manufacturers, and CDC Software Holdings Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of chinadotcom corporation (Nasdaq: CHINA), an integrated enterprise solution and software company, announced today that they have signed a definitive agreement whereby CDC Software will acquire Ross Systems in a merger valued at approximately US$68.9 million.

October 31, 2003 Microsoft releases Web Controls 1.0 for .Net. 


April 6, 2004 Google talks about WebOS. Microsoft stays quiet. 

June 4, 2004 WHATWG open mailing list announced
"The Web Hypertext Applications Technology working group therefore intends to address the need for one coherent development environment for Web Applications."

August 27, 2004
chinadotcom corporation ("chinadotcom") (NASDAQ: CHINA; Website:, a leading integrated enterprise software and mobile applications company in China and internationally, today announced that it has completed its acquisition of Ross Systems, Inc. ("Ross Systems")

August 27, 2004 Longhorn rewrite announced. Winfs out of Longhorn.

August 31, 2004 VCSY SiteFlash Patent allowance
See USPTO PAIR Site at:
and use application number: 09/410,334
Look for allowance notice under Image File Wrapper tab.

October 2004 Laszlo Systems releases code for Laszlo Presentation Server to open-source.

November 8, 2004 WHATWG releases draft of Web Controls 1.0.

November 9, 2004 Recy43 Raging Bull VCSy posts truncated.

November 11, 2004 Ballmer throws chair during meeting with Mark Lucovsky on news he is leaving MSFT to join Google

November 18, 2004 Ballmer accuses Linux of violating >258 patents

November 30, 2004 VCSY SiteFlash Patent granted

December 1, 2004 VCSY delisted by SEC for reporting failure
Returned to listing by SEC December 6, 2005

December 13, 2004 SavaJe wins LG mobile OS gig
(SavaJe 26% owned by Vodafone, Orange and T-Mobile - ring ring)

December 15, 2004 Bill Gates joins board of Berkshire Hathaway



February 18, 2005 'AJAX' coined to describe web development centered around activity of Microsoft developed XMLhttpRequest

April 18, 2005 Adobe to acquire Macromedia

July 19, 2005 IBM and Lazlo Systems jointly propose Laszlo IDE for Eclipse

August 31, 2005 Patrick Tinley CEO of Ross Systems/CDC promoted to CEO of CDC Software

September 1, 2005 WHATWG releases draft of Web Apps 1.0

September 1, 2005 WHATWG releases draft of Web Forms 2.0

November 9, 2005 Vista was on a one sticker campaign 

December 5, 2005 Adobe completes acquisition of Macromedia

December 6, 2005 Patrick Tinley removed as CEO of CDC Software

December 6, 2005 VCSY returns from pinksheets (after delisting December 1, 2004)

December 6, 2005 CDC/Ross Systems CEO fired by CDC

December 13, 2005 IBM, SAP and Microsoft announce shut down of UDDI.

December 20, 2005 Microsoft is telling techs the Premium Standard is a minimum for Vista Aero. 

These are absolute minimum requirements, and our testing here shows that to be productive in any way you will need to meet the Vista 'Premium' requirements:

-1 GHZ Processor
-1 GB of RAM
-A DirectX 9 Compatible Video card with a WDDM driver, 128 MB of ram, and 2.0 pixel shader
-40 GB of hard drive space

Even with the above specs, you will still feel Vista is sluggish. At least 2 GB of ram will make things much faster.

January 12, 2006 UDDI publication ceased.

January ??, 2006 Vista Windows Vista Premium Ready PCs Campaign becomes a two-sticker campaign ( or Windows Vista Capable ) to enrich Intel by dropping their qualification standards for Vista.

This is what you had to do to be a proper customer to Microsoft after the techno-bait-and-switch:

Question: Why would Microsoft principals want to drop the qualification standards for anybody unless there was a compelling financial reason to do so? What benefit did it bring Microsoft? And if there is no common sense financial benefit to Microsoft?

Such a move as performed by Microsoft by dropping the performance qualifications to allow Intel to market a very large number of their Vista-incapable graphics chip sets as Vista Ready is so obviously fraught with risks charter, fiduciary and judicial principles, one has to conclude that, given no financial advantage to Microsoft, one can assume the act was involuntary on Microsoft's part.

In other words, somebody at Intel has a picture of somebody in Microsoft management and a dog we all would rather not have to see.

Well, in my world, the only thing that would get you to do what Microsoft did for Intel is if somebody had and promised to show the pictures of "our" last little strategy party to the world and me and the Poodle in the throes of kavorka-fueled puppy love was the hit of the party. Not good public relations for a corporate management culture toward instilling a general appearance of "soundness" IYKWIM.

(By the way, you may notice this will mark the point in the timeline when I shoved this post over the opinion line about as far as you can see. All I know is speculation and association but you're going to have to explain the trends if you're going to contend.)

Large earthquakes start as a "letting go" of wholeness on either side of a dividing line. People call them "faults". The same image can be drawn within a corporate population as a monolithic and homoegenous rock.

A tear across the surface of least resistance will cultivate between the populace who won't cross an ethical line and those to which ethical lines are imaginary boundary. When the impending tear progresses, you see or can sometimes project what path the good guys will take and which path the bad guys think will work.

Perhaps with time there will be those who don't intend to be found helping a lie perpetrate and there are many effective ways for discussing things in this present electronic age.

So the future is all a tither.

Alot has been said and there's more to look at. These are my opinions and impressions and if you don't understand the world of SCADA, don't sit and curse me. Learn something about distributed computing in some form before you start blathering about what one company has done and another hasn't.

Why this focus on UDDI? UDDI seems like an intimidating subject or concept, but it will give you, as a novice, a foundation for perceiving just how architecture determines how data and commands in a system will be handled and why some ideas are elegant, some are close-but-no-cigar and some are dogs-stepped-on-by-ponies.

UDDI also acts as a marker to correlate other events so a general sense of the direction a technology is headed (or not headed) can be mapped out before the common man finds out (if ever).

Think through and come up with a refutation of what I am saying.

So enjoy what you will but do your own thinking and compare what you know to all that you are considering. Make sure you're honest about what you see and how you're portraying the defining area and volume immediate to that fault.

Don't find yourself having to ignore the full range of a subject and limit your understanding about a particular uncomfortable subject.

Don't be slavish to a view you are  supposed to take based on an industry view, associations, avowed principles or issues hampering the considerations.

Think through. Work toward the most likely concept of future goal, regardless of limitations. Compare that emulation with the possiblilities suggested with the real picture and decide if the delta (the amount of change necessary to achieve the goal from present state) is possible conceptually (are you able to describe a scenario that starts at the present situation and can demonstrably follow a path that logically could happen to get to desired or above goal) or is simply a wishful thought (the resources or path to obtain enabling resources doesn't exist or has no chain of resources could make up the perceived gap from here to there).

Anywho, Have fun and we'll compare notes with each other on the other side of MIX08 or better.


March 21, 2006 Vista delayed

March 23, 2006 VCSY receives allowance for US 7,076,521
See USPTO PAIR Site at:
and use application number: 09/882,494
Look for allowance notice under Image File Wrapper tab.

March 24, 2006 Vista rewrite rumor surfaces (Scoble denies rumor)

March 24, 2006 Microsoft virtualization to be in Apple Leopard


May 08, 2006 Yahoo makes Panama ad center public 

May 17, 2006 Sun blesses JAVA phone with SavaJe
(SavaJe spinoff of Lucent 1999)

June 6, 2006 Raymond Niro takes on patent 6826744 case.

June 10, 2006 Robert Scoble abandons ship
(could not refute Vista rewrite rumor)

June 15, 2006 Ted Hase Leaves Microsoft

June 16, 2006 Sun's Tim Bray blog on SavaJe 

June 20, 2006 Martin Taylor leaves Microsoft with a *poof*

June 23, 2006 WinFS dead

June 26, 2006 Gates/Buffet bonding

June 29, 2006 Vic Gundotra resigns from Microsoft (currently behind Google+)


July 11, 2006 VCSY US 7,076,521 granted
(See allowance granted March 23 2006)


July 18, 2006 Yahoo Panama ad center delayed

July 19, 2006 Microsoft ad center delayed
(More like hit the pause button 7/14 - 7/19 - technical?)

July 25, 2006 HP announces acquiring Mercury Interactive


October 17, 2006 Yahoo Panama launched for internal use
(90 days after June 19, 2006)

October 17, 2006 SavaJe goes dark unexpectedly
(micro-kernel OS for JAVA - see May 17 2006) 

November 3, 2006 Ballmer invites Patent talks with Linux vendors 


January 4, 2007 Google's Mark Lucovsky (previously Microsoft November 2004) interviewed

January 28, 2007 James Gray disappeared
[expert in distributed transactional processes]

February 1, 2007 Yahoo Panama launched for public use

February 7, 2007 VCSY sends Microsoft cease and desist on  US 6,826,744
[patent granted November 30, 2004]

February 15, 2007 Michael Gartenberg joins Microsoft from Jupiter

February 19, 2007 Interview with Google's Mark Lucovsky published

February 20, 2007 Ballmer repeats threats against Linux on patents

March 7, 2007 Michael Gartenberg leaves Microsoft after 20 days to return to Jupiter

March 14, 2007 VCSY acquires exclusive rights for StatePointPlus in Government and Healthcare in the United States and Canada

March 2007 Microsoft requires Matthew Miszewski to sign employee agreement preventing him from disclosing confidential information "during his employment and at all times thereafter..."

March 23, 2007 Apple Leopard delay rumor surfaces
[reason: virtualization] [non-Apple sources deny]

April 5, 2007 Software AG buys Webmethods for $546 million.

April 12, 2007 Apple Leopard delay to October announced
[Apple admits]

April 12, 2007 Microsoft Viridian delay  to October announced

April 13, 2007 Sun buys SavaJe IP
(which went dark in unexplained circumstances last year see Oct 17 2006)

April 16, 2007 Microsoft applies for Arbitrary Object Editing patent.

April 18, 2007 VCSY sued Microsoft for infringement on US 6,826,744

April 25, 2007 ProgrammersHeaven VCSY A Laughing Place (#1) shut down by webmaster

April 27, 2007 CEO AT&T (T) announced retirement

April 27, 2007 CEO Orange announced retirement

April 29, 2007 Microsoft announced Data Entity cut from Orcas

April 30, 2007 IBM retires much legacy Websphere Global

May 04, 2007 Microsoft + Yahoo formal talks fuzzle

May 10, 2007 Apple to release Leopard on original date June 

May 10, 2007 Microsoft cuts key elements from Viridian

May 13, 2007 Ballmer accuses Linux of violating 258 patents

May 14, 2007 Estimated beginning of 60 day extension requested by Microsoft for negotiations re: VCSY v MSFT patent suit 

May 18, 2007 CDC/Ross Software CEO Yip reassigned to CEO Musser

May 24, 2007 Microsoft cancels Professional Developers Conference (PDC) scheduled for October

August 29, 2007 Interwoven confirms it no longer provides an XML-based content component management capability.


January 16, 2008 Oracle buys BEA Systems for $8.5 billion.

February 1, 2008 Microsoft makes unsolicited $45 billion bid for Yahoo.

February 11, 2008 Microsoft buys Danger.

July 23, 2008 Kevin Johnson, head of online division, announces leaving Microsoft.

July 25, 2008: Markman Hearing scheduled for this day in VCSY v MSFT for infringement of 6826744 did not occur because Microsoft settled with VCSY in a confidential settlement the day before the hearing.

July 25, 2008 - Microsoft announces largest stock buyback in company history.

September 30, 2008 Microsoft establishes first debt financing in company history for $6,000,000,000.

October 16, 2008 Microsoft Arbitrary Object Editing patent application published. See April 16, 2007 application date.

October 27, 2008 - Microsoft introduces Azure and "joins the cloud party".


January 12, 2009 - Interwoven notified of infringement of patent 6826744 by TeamSite 2006 product. See lawsuit circa November 15, 2010.

January 12, 2009 - Palm WebOS Synergy demonstrated.

January 22, 2009 - Interwoven agrees to be acquired by Autonomy.

March 5, 2009 - VCSY meets with Interwoven in San Jose, California. VCSY alleges Interwoven intentionally concealed its infringement of the 744 patent. See lawsuit circa November 15, 2010.

October 22, 2009 - Microsoft introduces Windows 7 to replace ill-fated Vista.

November 19, 2009 - Google releases long awaited Chrome OS web operating system.


January 18, 2010 Michael Miszewski appointed Senior VP Global Public Sector at Salesforce.

January 27, 2010 Microsoft blocks Miszewski move to Salesforce.

March 25, 2010 VCSY announces allowance of 7716629 continuance to 6826744.

April 14, 2010 - VCSY announces:
"In July 2008, we settled an infringement claim we had initiated in federal court against Microsoft. We are waiting for the issuance of the Continuation Patent for U.S. Patent No. 6,826,744 (which SiteFlash™ is based upon) before we engage with new licensees because we believe the Continuation Patent provides better protection for this intellectual property asset."

April 28, 2010 HP buys Palm

May 11, 2010 - VCSY granted patent  7716629 - a continuance of patent 6826744 "System and Method for Generating Web Sites in an Arbitrary Object Framework."

June 14, 2010 - VCSY institutes "poison pill" agreement.

June 14, 2010 - Microsoft enters into $1,250,000,000 indenture.

June 30, 2010 Microsoft kills Kin aka the Pink Danger.

August 12, 2010 - Interwoven notified of infringement of patent 6826744 by TeamSite 2006 product. Lawsuit alleges "Interwoven agains mislead Vertical into believing that it would attempt to resolve any patent infringement claim by Vertical by negotiating in good faith, but it obtained an extension of time under the pretext of studying the issues presented by Vertical to prepare a lawsuit against Vertical." See lawsuit circa November 15, 2010.

October 11, 2010 - Microsoft releases Windows Phone 7.

October 14, 2010 - Interwoven sues VCSY in an effort to have parts of 6826744 and 7716629 ruled invalid

October 24, 2010 - Ray Ozzie quits as "cloud computing guru" for Microsoft.

November 11, 2010 - Additional child application 12/777,885 to 7716629 made public by USPT.

November 12, 2010 - Silverlight gets its own developer event.

November 15, 2010 VCSY sues Interwoven, LG and Samsung for infringing against patents 6826744 and 7716629.

November 15, 2010 - Google Chrome OS web operating system delayed without explanation.

November 22, 2010 - Samsung focusing on Windows 7 instead of Android?

November 22, 2010 - Novell sells to Attachmate.

December 02, 2010 - Barry Diller resigns as IAC CEO. 



June 12, 2011 Entered for the historical record.

July 1, 2011 Microsoft/Apple group buys Nortel patents.

July 29, 2011 Google buys IBM patents.

August 15, 2011 Google buys Motorola Mobility.

August 18, 2011 HP offers to buy Autonomy.


Circa June 2012 VCSY responds to USPTO non-final rejection. 

Posted by Portuno Diamo at 6:06 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 14 June 2012 12:07 PM EDT
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Tuesday, 5 June 2007 - 5:52 AM EDT

Name: "baveman"


By: Portuno_Diamo 16 May 2003, 04:54 AM EDT Msg. 112796 of 186748
(This msg. is a reply to 112769 by recy43.)
Jump to msg. #   But Seriously, Folks.

What I see of baveman's material indicates the next (and primary) phase of VCSY integration will be (is being) performed on Inetpurchasing. Inet had a hive computer (pyfarm - sandstorm) a large multiple parallel processor built from off the shelf (OTS) processor modules. The machine was located at the convenience and goodwill of Inet. Time frame around 18 months ago - bave will have to check my time but the words are clear.

This indicates a steady growth into another vertical (pardon the pun). Government financing and purchasing - this is where the security effort is needed most (as if security efforts are ever needed any less anywhere - but the human beans must have their ROI justifications).

NOW Solutions grew out of VCSY's core technologies gluing the existing suite of ROSS Human Resources applicatons together and then adding Enwisen suite to the functionality. emPath is the software doing the gluing.

Indications like cacti on the desert plain tha empath is making the rounds outside the hospital - same for focal point engine.

Speaking of prickly pairs, I've always liked this little cheer. Baveman's Bomber's offer it up to the Recy's Peeses team. It goes a little something like this:

California Orange Juice
Texas Cactus
We think your team needs more practice.

yeeee wooo woooo hooowaaahhh wweeee
*shake pompoms*

Basil's status as a government entity is impressive and well placed.

Rossetti's original position in connection with Basil was in the area of Government travel and purchasing. He's getting to do exactly what he has been doing since hooking up with Basil. We know the govmint glue gun is at work at Globalfare.

The principals (Valdetaro, Davison, Svigalis) are moving forward on a previously announced business plan (a year ago was it?).

Yeah. Sounds like these guys are desperate.

Maybe pops is right. Maybe Davison, Valdetaro and Svigalis - the top people in their field are moonlighting at these other outfits (so close yet so far... only a phone call away... "Hey. You guys got any peanut butter over there on the shelf we can have? We're starving over here and we're, like, real bored." "You wanna play risk?" "Kewl.")

Someone needs to wake up the parcheesee brothers and let them know the game's about to get busted up.

Healthy business plan advancing.


By: baveman 16 May 2003, 08:47 AM EDT Msg. 112799 of 186748
(This msg. is a reply to 112796 by Portuno_Diamo.)
Jump to msg. #  

The goal of the PyFarm Project is to produce a fast, inexpensive, scalable web server. Keeping all data in RAM bypasses the slowest part of a modern computer, the disk I/O subsystem. Using Open Source software and minimalist commodity hardware keeps the cost down. And the hope is that scalability can be achieved via a central load balancer. The load balancer provides a practical way to distribute load across multiple stand-alone processors, making it possible to add processors to support additional load.
· Database Server
· Load Balancer
· N Web Servers
The Database Server keeps most data in RAM. As a rule of thumb, the RAM required for efficient processing is three times the size of the data. If the size of the data is less than 500 megabytes, a 32-bit processor will suffice. If the data size exceeds 500 megabytes, then the RAM size approaches a practical 32-bit limit and a 64-bit processor is required.
The Load Balancer and Web Servers use 32-bit Intel cpu's in the PC-104 form factor. Each cpu has its own dedicated RAM. Up to N Web Server cpu's can be used for large user loads; the upper limit of N is a matter of speculation at the moment.
· Linux
· Medusa
· Python
· Sandstorm
· Java
· J
· K
Medusa is a high-performance TCP/IP server written in Python. Python's strength as a high-level scripting language provides the flexibility to modify Medusa at run-time. The initial PyFarm will be based on Medusa. Python will also be the scripting language available for programming Web Servers using the active server page model.
Sandstorm promises improved server performance under load. Server events are decomposed into a set of stages connected by queues. The design is called "staged event-driven architecture" or SEDA. When demand exceeds capacity, SEDA's determinism should provide ways to tune resouce consumption to prevent overcommitment. Under heavy load, users would experience gradual service degradation rather than abrupt cessation or interminable waits. A prototype implementation of Sandstorm has been done in Java. Comparison tests are planned between Medusa and Sandstorm to determine an optimum software arrangement.
· SSC, publisher of Linux Journal
· Embedded Linux Journal, organizer of the "Win a MZ104" Contest
· Tri-M Systems, manufacturers of MZ104 "Embedded PC-on-a-Chip"
· ZF Linux Devices, manufacturers of MachZ "System on a Chip"
· M-Systems Corporation, Flash Disk Pioneers
· LYNUX WORKS, makers of Blue Cat Linux Development tools
· iNet Purchasing inc, eCommerce for State and Local Governments, gracious hosts for this site

Friday, 15 June 2007 - 2:24 PM EDT

Name: joeh7777
Home Page:


 Not sure how to get a hold of you.

What are the chances of the Goverment, SEC or ??? not allowing V to get too big.

Could the Government or some official group say

" This VCSY they have something that One company should not have we need competition to level the playing field. This VCSY in time could control the internet". How can we keep them from all the control."

Your thoughts. 




Friday, 15 June 2007 - 3:07 PM EDT

Name: ajaxamine
Home Page:

I think it's important to put your comment out in front, joeh, as this has been on my mind also. Remember Iridium? Gonna let all them satellites burn up because the company went bankrupt. Right. That's a swell plan.

The media inquisitiveness was so great they 'found out' the satellites and Iridium were picked up and coddled by the Military (among others, no doubt unless we're all living in the garage freezer) and are alive and well. I don't know if the shareholders shared that fate, though. More than likely not as they didn't make a very big stink.

I had just that concern that certain aspects of what the VCSY patents and the Northrup network patents do could be deemed national security assets (it's why the US HAS a patent office and why Europe couldn't tell you how their water heaters were fitted for energy savings). Einstein destroyed the concept of patents in Europe because no German Jew was going to tell the Reichshlingers how light worked.

Their prejudices saved our Gentile butts in WWII.

I think the same thing is in play. America stands on its information technology or falls by lack of same. I think the arsDigita/Red Hat work with IBM on the UN puts the balance of technological power in a good ying/yang position for the world; something I would think would be a proper goal for Mister Feeney to seek.

All things considered there at least 300 consistent screaming meemies who read these blogs and others who would have big time questions should Richard Wade come out of a congressional meeting with that "What? Me worry?" look and turned out pockets.

Not to mention leverage with the press. I'm not so worried anymore. The government isn't concerned with size. It's concerned with service for its own needs and profile. I think VCSY's state-gateway concept will enamour many a Senator to their grand state.

The industry will be so pre-occupied watching Microsoft and Google slug it out, they won't see the baby growing into a giant.

Friday, 15 June 2007 - 3:10 PM EDT

Name: ajaxamine
Home Page:

As for 'owning the internet' General Atlantic bought Network Solutions when everyone thought Internet domain naming was a dead business. Feeney knows what he's doing. It's those who refuse to believe the conspiracy that are flying blind.

Saturday, 16 June 2007 - 5:56 PM EDT

Name: "bave"

SOund familiar?  This is the story behind Immuneapp

Wednesday, 20 June 2007 - 6:21 PM EDT

Name: ajaxamine
Home Page:

I thought it was important to put your comment out to show what kind of atmosphere small cap companies must work in. When a small guy survives, it's against great odds proportional to the value of the property he holds.

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