Well on the way to monetize eh? Go get those eyeballs. I heard they have 35 employees. Thats an amazing ratio, 10B for 35. GPRO a week or so ago was 11B for 350. BRCM is 21B for 11300. Makes you wonder...
A rule based language. 1000's of productions can be waiting to fire by querying a database (lhs waits, fires, triggers rhs updates). In my mind, its a bit like a seeing a VHDL language meet a database wrt the parallelism that comes out from it.
Programs written in it don't look at all like programs you normally would write in the life of a typical coder.
C and ARM assembly. Same
Started with Emacs on the Decsystem-20 in 1980.
Not bad 2.6B for 580 -> ~4,5mil/employee.
FB though is 165B for 6820 -> 24mil per.
Where I work is ~1mil/employee
Has the bubble formed yet?
Sadly, the SpaceOrb never really caught on (too hard for many to use so I heard, or at the other end of the spectrum purists preferred mouse and kbd). I have about 4 of them, they are old school RS232 9600 baud, far behind the curve for plugging into the HID USB world we live in now.
Winklevoss twins. http://www.cnbc.com/id/101190181
I you believe their comments here, @120$ in the article, they feel it has 100x to go... that would be... $12000? Still a ways to go yet if their
prediction is right.
They have 1% of the supply per wikipedia in 4/2013.
A good speculation for them with their FB winnings I would say.
Was that you Margaret?
Take the call. The world revolves around *you*. A sense of entitlement surrounds *you*. Ideally the call should be in a disparate language to the general meeting group. Lets assume English for the meeting, then the call would be in Hebrew, French, Farsi, Cantonese etc (esp languages where speakers naturally raise their tone when in heated conversation). Don't forget to speak loudly and quickly!, cell phones have notorious connection issues, make sure the other party hears *you*!. You are *important* your ideas and thoughts have a lot of merit that need to be conveyed one-way over the handset, everyone in the room realizes that and will make allowance for *you* because of the stature you present.
I think it stems from the initial directions each co took.
MIPS started from a 32bit Stanford grad project (MIPS-X) spun out to become the R2000 workstation class CPU. No hint of embedded arch at all at that time.
They steamed on finally hitting 64bit archs relatively quickly. Once they got to the R4K32 series and upon adding MIPS-16, they had a small footprint embedded soln but...
ARM started from basically a hobbyist computer, already with some small footprint pedigree built in. Very quickly Thumb was adopted, arch just as a translator initially but subsequently with on chip native decode. Now they have a 64bit arch, but because of their small footprint roots and aggressive licensing, they
really caught the lions share of sockets. They can now come to capture a 64bit space that was MIPS's to own years ago by osmosis of the socket market.
ARM had a first mover advantage in embedded and they executed well and did not allow competition to unseat them. It could have been different, they could have mucked up a design and lost share, but that did not happen.
Both companies have first rate tool chains also (that can be a deal killer). Thus its a wash for softies when HW pitches a design, if the license is favorable, and the die area+power draw meets managements expectations, then that vendor will get the nod for new IP. ARM has been fortunate in that there is also a bit of industry simpatico wrt ARM adoption... others are using it, so why not us?
1) When the CO sensor exceeds 5yrs. Replace: cost $129
2) CO sensor on the ceiling. Not where CO collects
3) For the A/C model, just 2 wires, not the red 9v interconnect protocol (Firex, Kidde). Thus all alarms (n * $129) need to be installed. This cannot coexist with a legacy detector system and provide the interconnected alarm.
Pretty enclosure though and the alerts are cool (verbal and web).
I just installed 7 A/C ionization alarms @9$ each. Good for 10years all interconnected.
It can go wrong sometimes. That said, don't knock hive till you've tried it.
Aztek redux now with battery and the prestige value prop logo.
3... 2... 1.. Fight!
The bubble has formed obviously. A new crop of 20 somethings are at the helm, the prior 20 somethings flushed so that the new ones can stake 'first mover advantage'. With a bubble cycle of 10+ years, its essential to keep employing 20 somethings or the employees will have actual memory or working in the bubble economy. (not to mention a) most likely single b) low wages). But... its not a Ponzi scheme right? (if we could just get some more eyeballs)...
Then I read the Grove in SF on Chestnut is folding under the crippling 20k/mo rent (50% rent increase). Somethings driving up prices... wonder what?