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Emcee:  Paul H. Christiansen Type:  Moderated
Eric Brynjolfsson’s and Andrew McAfee’s book The Second Machine Age was the spark that initiated my search for exponential growth.

“Writing a check separates commitment from conversation.”

Warren Buffet

This blog is intended to provide some of the conversation mentioned in the above quote.

To learn more about identifying the commitment component, please visit my web site at UV Metrics.com.

The purpose of both the blog and my web site is to help individual investors discover stocks with exponential growth potential.

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899An Impossible Scenario: Scientists Watch as Heat Moves at the Speed of Sound A Paul H. Christiansen1yesterday
898“Flying Over Traffic” – Short-hop Services Multiply Tired of bad traffic and Paul H. Christiansen-last Tuesday
897The US is working on one of the most expensive computers ever built OfficialsPaul H. Christiansen-last Tuesday
896The Fourth Industrial Revolution’s scarcest commodity? Time There’s no longerPaul H. Christiansen-March 16
895Drop Huawei or See Intelligence Sharing Pared Back, U.S. Tells Germany The TrPaul H. Christiansen1March 11
894Facing 5G Threat, Cable Scrambles to Fix Wi-Fi The cable industry’s biggest lPaul H. Christiansen-March 8
8935G reality check from MWC: A long, expensive road ahead Amid all the bullish Paul H. Christiansen1March 5
892The Internet Just Took a Big Step Toward Killing Passwords. Here's What We&#Paul H. Christiansen1March 5
891Cook Says Apple Is ‘Rolling the Dice’ on Future Products Apple Inc. Chief ExecuPaul H. Christiansen-March 4
890One in Five U.S. Companies Say China Has Stolen IP theft—use of patents, traPaul H. Christiansen-March 3
889The EV Future Just Got Closer This afternoon, Tesla announced that the long-pPaul H. Christiansen-March 2
888Amazon to Launch New Grocery-Store Business Amazon.com Inc. is planning to opPaul H. Christiansen-March 1
887BMW and Daimler will spend over $1 billion on the future of transportation BMWPaul H. Christiansen-March 1
886Quantum Computing, Now and in the (Not too Distant) Future Fifty years ago, sPaul H. Christiansen-March 1
885A record number of robots were put to work across North America in 2018 RobotPaul H. Christiansen1March 1
884Tesla will release fully self-driving cars in 2019 — with a big asterisk TeslPaul H. Christiansen-February 21
883Apple, Goldman Sachs Team Up on Credit Card Paired With iPhone Apple Inc. anPaul H. Christiansen-February 21
882Apple Plans on Combining iPhone, iPad, Mac Apps by 2021 Apple Inc. wants to makPaul H. Christiansen-February 20
8812019-2-15 - AI is reinventing the way we invent Regina Barzilay’s office at MPaul H. Christiansen-February 15
880AR Will Spark The Next Big Tech Platform—Call It Mirrorworld Every December, Paul H. Christiansen-February 14
879When will we have flying cars? Maybe sooner than you think. After decades of prPaul H. Christiansen-February 13
878We analyzed 16,625 papers to figure out where AI is headed next Our study of 25Paul H. Christiansen-February 1
877China will remain the most important region for suppliers of optics in 2019-2023Paul H. Christiansen-January 31
8762019-1-30 – Nvidia high-lights “Each era of computing requires different kindPaul H. Christiansen-January 30
875Twins get some 'mystifying' results when they put 5 DNA ancestry kits toPaul H. Christiansen1January 21
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