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krisi   12/7/2011 12:02:25 AM
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Great list EE Times team, congrats! Having said I have some issues with it ;-)...first it would be better to have 10 technologies, not 20. Most of us having short attention span have difficulty counting beyond 10, see Letterman for good entertainment value...it feels you are trying to play safe and secure all possible bets...I wish the list contained only technologies that are disruptive...there are a few on the list (40/100 Gb for example) that are just simple extensions of what is currently available, in this particular case I would rather propose photonics interconnects (see Luxtera, Intel, IBM) although this is probably more than 1 year out...a few ideas could be merged, like carbon nanotubes and graphene, it is broadly speaking the same thing...regardless I enjoy the list a lot, I hope you will follow up a year from now how well you did with your predictions...Kris

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squarewheels   12/6/2011 11:59:24 PM
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All you had to do was click the "Print" button.

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squarewheels   12/6/2011 11:59:24 PM
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All you had to do was click the "Print" button.

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squarewheels   12/6/2011 11:59:24 PM
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All you had to do was click the "Print" button.

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mcgrathdylan   12/6/2011 11:26:23 PM
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@Some Guy- Thanks for the advice.

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mcgrathdylan   12/6/2011 11:26:23 PM
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@Some Guy- Thanks for the advice.

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mcgrathdylan   12/6/2011 11:26:23 PM
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@Some Guy- Thanks for the advice.

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Some Guy   12/6/2011 10:40:00 PM
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20 pages ... just so you can get more click revenue. Pppptttt! Just put the list on one page, and links to pages with full details. That way - I get the info I want - I only get the ads that are relevant - EE Times actually gets me to click on more than one page - Your ad customers actually get relevant views - (hint, hint) more click through for you At this point I don't care what the other 19 technologies are -- the EE Times page layout fails because you are wasting our time.

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Some Guy   12/6/2011 10:40:00 PM
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20 pages ... just so you can get more click revenue. Pppptttt! Just put the list on one page, and links to pages with full details. That way - I get the info I want - I only get the ads that are relevant - EE Times actually gets me to click on more than one page - Your ad customers actually get relevant views - (hint, hint) more click through for you At this point I don't care what the other 19 technologies are -- the EE Times page layout fails because you are wasting our time.

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Some Guy   12/6/2011 10:40:00 PM
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20 pages ... just so you can get more click revenue. Pppptttt! Just put the list on one page, and links to pages with full details. That way - I get the info I want - I only get the ads that are relevant - EE Times actually gets me to click on more than one page - Your ad customers actually get relevant views - (hint, hint) more click through for you At this point I don't care what the other 19 technologies are -- the EE Times page layout fails because you are wasting our time.

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