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Author: vascdoc2 Three stars, 500 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 677  
Subject: What is the point? Date: 2/23/2000 8:16 PM
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What is the point to the current line of discussions here at this board. I first came to this board and began reading dbau's posts. I was very impressed with the level of discussion on a range of topics. I appreciated the link to the text book on DSP technology (which I am still reading very slowly). But it seems so strange to continue posting these notes about whether or not to follow this George Gildner. This type of discussion does not advance a better understanding or allow any participants better insight into investing in the technology of the future. Neither does discussions of intelligence. I may get flamed for these remarks but it seems a shame to loose the potential on this board for advancing our general knowledge base of some wonderful technology and great investment opportunities. How about it? Do we start thinking about the future or just sit around pointing fingers at each other?
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