On 8/25/11, Steve Totaro <stotaro(a)totarotechnologies.com> wrote:
You are obviously new to all of this and don't understand.
learn about top and bottom posting. I don't care as long as it flows
the same way, some will totally ignore top posters, these are usually
the most valuable allies you have.
I still see someone asking for something for nothing.
Look at the goals of the project. Google, research, ask a real
question, not "what can I use it for".
Use your brain and imagination or stop cluttering the internet with
Implement it yourself and then brainstorm or hire a thinktank.
Unbelievable how things have degraded as far as imagination.
Do you think other successful companies with a new, state of the art
product are going to just hand over business plans for free? You are
just trying to rip off a sucker with brains but no business sense.
Read the site, mail list archives, and blogs for ofono, WOW, how about
you implement it yourself! a bit of effort and brain work.
Nothing is free. Stop trying to rip off people that don't know better.
On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 10:28 PM, Daser Jnr. <atbutuxinggnu(a)gmail.com>
> Hmmn, touching...but for who ever has implemented this technology
> called ofono, business or non-business, what can i use ofono for?(a
> use case) will be nice.
> good work and cheers
> Daser S.
> On 8/18/11, Steve Totaro <stotaro(a)totarotechnologies.com> wrote:
>> R&D, produce a product that meets a need and sell it.
>> Your question reminds me of a South Park episode where little gnomes
>> are stealing underwear for their three step business plan.
>> It amazes me that people ask for a others to provide a business plan.
>> Most just copy what someone is doing successfully and have zero R&D
>> costs, market research, or any of the other expenses that the pioneer
>> of the business had to pay. They have no creativity or imagination
>> unless they further the business in some new way.
>> In this case, you have to use your brain and creativity and figure it
>> out since nobody using this technology is going to give away answers
>> that cost them a great deal of resources upfront. Plus if they give
>> you their business model, then they now have a competitor who can
>> offer lower pricing because they don't have to offset any of the
>> initial costs which are pretty major.
>> This is the idea behind medications and time restrictions on others
>> producing generics, as well as patent law. It gives the creator a
>> window of exclusivity to recoup R&D and other costs which are usually
>> very substantial.
>> For whatever reason, I see these questions coming from countries that
>> copy ideas and business plans that stem from the U.S.
>> Steve Totaro
>> On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 9:55 AM, Daser Jnr. <atbutuxinggnu(a)gmail.com>
>>> Hi all
>>> From a business point of view, can some one tell me what i can do with
>>> Daser S.
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