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Today’s paradigm of scattered “free” information is pretty much a disaster for professionals needing a current, curated and concise view. We take the raw information that is out there, extract the good bits, add our own insight and manage the output. The result is our flagship 1.0 publication.

Our current topics include Apple’s semiconductor work and next-generation non-volatile memory. The topics we cover will quickly grow as we grow.

 

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OUR FLAGSHIP 1.0 PUBLICATION TARGETS TWO PRIMARY MARKETS

Financial

Whether it is “ball parking” a technology, seeing who or what else is in the eco-system, or looking in depth at what differentiates a technology, ned goes beyond the corporate pitch.

Legal

If you are drafting or licensing a patent your client can be better served when you have a better grasp of technology, allowing you to look forward, seeing how technology is evolving.

Ned Today

10Jun19 – We have played with the idea that a bit of information can exist in avoid.  No, this is not some new law of physics.  It is about the communication of ideas.  As bits of information become smaller and more fragmented it becomes more difficult to see how any one of these bits fit into a bigger picture.  The current paradigms of communicating information does not take the time or have the experience to ask questions or think about the context around a given development.  Some coverage of Smarter Alloys in The Globe and Mail provided a good example.  ned wrote about it here.

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