--- Danny Miller <[email protected]
> Ah yes the infamous "ready for mass production"
> Now that I think about it, EVERY article I can think
> of that used those
> words never panned out. Well when you think about
> it, what's going on
> with this phrase? There's no reason to launch an
> article saying you're
> ready to do something. If you could do it, you'd be
> spending all your
> time working on making it happen and when you talk
> to the press it's
> going to be to say that they're on the shelves so go
> and buy one.
> "Ready to mass produce" is just an attempt to make
> the perceived value
> of your company skyrocket, at least to some gullible
> people. Generally
> to raise funds from some of them and the likely
> reason you need money is
> because no fact-based investor sees an immediate
> potential to mass
> produce and make money.
> Still waiting for my flying car.
> Dan Frederiksen wrote:
> >south african company claimed much the same a
> couple of years ago. never
> >happened either
> >Geopilot wrote:
> >>for Mass Production
> >>New Low Cost Solar Panels Ready for Mass
> >>Colorado's State Univ.'s panels will cost less
> than $1 per watt.
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