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I, Cringely . The Pulpit | PBS:
When Elephants Dance   —  My friend Ira, who lives in Yokohama, Japan, has 100-megabit-per-second fiber-optic Internet service in his home.  This costs Ira less than $30 per month.  What the heck is up with that?  Ten years ago, the United States had the fastest and cheapest residential Internet service in the world.
Jul 20, 2007, 2:10 PMIn context
Market Wire:
Tesla Motors Secures $45 Million Series D Investment Round Led by Technology Partners and Elon Musk   —  Ira Ehrenpreis, Who Leads Technology Partners' Cleantech Investment Practice, Will Join Tesla Motors' Board of Directors  —  Tesla Motors, a manufacturer of high-performance production electric cars …
May 11, 2007, 2:10 PMIn context

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TechCrunch Disrupt SF:
Will Smith and Ang Lee are coming to Disrupt SF this October 2-4  —  We'll talk to Lee and Smith about what it was like working with these effects, and how else they could change the way movies get made.
Here's how Intel is powering breakthrough research in astronomy, medicine, AI and beyond  —  Fastest supercomputer in academia - Frontera, is based on 2nd generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors.