George Gilder (Chairman, Gilder Publishing, LLC) talks of how, despite all the dismal reports and rumors you encounter about the state of the economy and the state of American technology, 2008 is the time of the Telecosm’s fulfillment.
A “New Road Ahead” by Bob Bernard, Chief Environmental Strategist at Microsoft, presented at the Beyond Oil conference in 2008. With Steve Marshall, Senior Fellow for Discovery Institute’s Cascadia Center.
The upside surprised to come in the rapidly rising teleputer, wireless broadband, and mobile digital media markets. Read More ›
Jeff Belk, Senior VP of Strategy & Market Development, Qualcomm illuminates the immense accomplishments of the wireless revolution and its rapid growth. Read More ›
Ken Fisher, Founder, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Fisher Investments; Author of The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t talks of his book and the eight big mistakes investors make. Read More ›
George Gilder speaks at the 2007 Telecosm conference. He discusses ten laws that define the current exacosm that the world is in as a result of the telecosm and how we should act on the new stage of the world economy.
Steve Forbes speaks at the 2007 Telecosm Conference. His discussion of the global economy and its large scale progression and development in the last decade has delivered us to a type of “golden age.” This, however, does not mean everything is perfect. Listen in as Steve Forbes speaks on where we need to be careful as he clarifies what is Read More ›
Dr. Noah Robinson speaks on the myth of global warming at the 2007 Telecosm conference. He shows that the warm spell we are currently experiencing is not abnormal and began prior to the world’s heavy use of hydrocarbons. Listen as he presents the evidence for global warming being a fabrication.
John Thorne discusses the history of patents in America. He notes their development, the exponential growth and added complexity that he suggests will end up in a patent crisis. Listen to his solutions to the potential problems.
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