Web Based Services and Content.
Providing new conveniences and functionalities too vast to fathom or appraise.


Two-way, interactive
Ease of use twenty-four hours every day

Digital in one place, digital virtually everywhere
Party-to-party, party-to-many and many-to-party

Voice Driven
Electronic devices of all sorts will be increasingly voice responsive

Voice must be the actuating medium if the world is ever to bridge the digital divide between the relatively few so-called digirati and the many who are not computer literate. A good number of companies around the world are working to make machine recognition of voice more complete.  Only a mere handful is independent of very large telephone companies or infrastructureproviders, thus giving investors an undiluted way of participating. 

In only a few years, the world has developed in the Internet its grandest and most useful communication medium, making quickly accessible ever more accumulated information and messaging.  The facility of the Internet is changing societies throughout the world as no other.  It is too vast to fathom or describe. 

Its great virtue, and, for investors, its great hazard, resides in its open availability to all.  Openness is fundamental.  All governments in major nations are insisting upon openness (and interoperability) as cornerstones to national policies.  In one respect, open frightens us as a “four-letter” word for competition.  New enterprises that are derived through the use of the Internet without having thought through the means of protecting themselves from later entry of more privileged entities are likely to experience only short periods of prosperity.  A savage winnowing process is already underway for such companies.  This has lead us to select only those companies who are bringing together parties that have reasons other than the Internet to trade with one another or system service providers.  For such enterprises, the Internet is a wonderfully efficient facility that ensures enduring profitability. 



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