[LMB] A Civil Campaign
Judy R. Johnson
jrj at fidalgo.net
Thu Jan 20 03:45:48 GMT 2011
Some non-labyrinthine grant policy for scientists? Or venture capitalists
financing likely inventors? That's what I meant about smooth. Could happen
anywhere the mindset was rational. When/if...
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Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2011 7:00 PM
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I suspect that selling 500% of your company would be considered antisocial
behavior even on Beta.
... from my Android
On Jan 19, 2011 6:05 PM, "Judy R. Johnson" <jrj at fidalgo.net> wrote:
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> What does Beta do to geeks? Considering their reputation for high
> say Beta hires them at high salaries and gives them a free hand in the
> NEW from JRJ> Enrique was Escobaran. Escobar got the plasma mirrors
> from Beta... Guess it's possible Beta has more enlightened policies
> toward geeks, than does Escoabar, who put him in jail. Not saying he
> didn't have it coming, but good policy would have smoothed his path.
> Martya will see
> it, in Barraryar, using her Vor connections if necessary. If Barrayar
> is too stuffy, they could go to Sergyar and set up the scientific
> to suit. ...Yee-esss ... Martya as Minister of - no, wait, she'd run
> into conflict of interest accusations (probably justified).
> Entwife Judy
> Who doubts if the status quo is ever well enough to be let alone
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