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Certainly your thoughts seem to be useful and inspiring. I have spent a lot of time trying to find something as understandable and explicit as your explanation. I’m sure you do have some original ideas here, as far as I can see.

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maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people could connect with it better


Wow, this is very interesting to read.

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There are certainly a lot of details like that to take into consideration.I read and understand the entire article and I really enjoyed it to be honest.

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Dear Lee,

I think you were nearly 10 years ahead of the masses. The web 2.0 is evolving in an un-predictable path. It is the desire of the wire-less carriers that is chocking progress in the US. I've seen Wimax demonstrated in the Highspeed train and subways in Taiwan, with live TV signals on handsets. It is time people power, via the power of web, get focused to get what we want. Just as the election of Obama, made possible by leveraging the power of the web (2.0); someone like Al Gore could play this kind of leadership.
Steve -aka PVSleuth

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About Lee Felsenstein

  • Based in Silicon Valley, Lee currently does electronic product development, due diligence, expert witness assistance as well as speaking engagements and participation in conferences such as the O'Reilly Emerging Technology conferences. The most unusual places he has spoken were at the Waag in Amsterdam and a squat in Milan, Italy. He was named the 2007 "Editor's Choice" in the Awards for Creative Excellance made by EE Times magazine. He holds 12 patents to date.