Gongol.com Archives: May 2016
The company is wise to start investing beyond its core business
If security becomes impossibly slow, it makes air travel less and less useful
Adding bubbles to the water at the bow of a ship could permit the rest of the vessel to pass through the water with less friction
Tested successfully over a very short track for a very short time this week, it may be in line for real implementation in the future
Yahoo may be so vastly under-priced that even the notoriously tech-averse Berkshire has to give it a serious look. It would probably only participate in a deal that leaves Berkshire in the role of investment bank (with someone else responsible for any ongoing operations), but with the right deal, anything is possible.