As of September 2017, our Partner, Dan O’Neil, joined the board of MoSys, Inc., a small cap, publicly traded, communications semiconductor company. Congratulations to Dan, as well as fellow new board member, Dan Lewis, on their recent appointments. We look forward to seeing the work they can do to help the Company reach its potential!
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A quick note to wish everyone a happy holiday season and wishes for a fantastic 2014. At this time of year I frequently come upon lists: best books, music, movies, gadgets, etc.. Often these lists commemorate the best of the prior year, or they represent excellent gift ideas.. Regardless, I have two reading vignettes to add today. First, I must applaud the power of Twitter. I have an account to follow industry pundits, local beat writers, comedians and some artists. Happily enough, one of my favorite (and extremely underrated) musicians, Evan Dando, responded to one of my tweets and suggested a book of short stories for me: “The Dubliners” by James Joyce. Interestingly enough, I was able to find the book for $1 at Amazon. Coupled with free prime shipping, I was able to buy 5 excellent/thoughtful gifts for $5! Now I just hope the book is good…
Secondly, while I think of reading books, I often think about business reading as well. On that note, a former colleague of mine, Jay Goldberg, puts out a very interesting blog regarding wireless technologies and the surrounding ecosystem… If you get the chance, check it out: www.digitstodollars.com Great reading/learning in one.
Once again, Happy Holidays to one and all!
Hello from Acme Strategy’s Blog. Dan and Sandy reunited to address the opportunity they saw to help advise technology companies (more specifically communications related companies) and their associated investor base. This blog is meant to highlight to both buy-side investors and corporate clients those things that are believed to be important and relevant to the communications business. The recurring theme is that the deluge of information has made it difficult to determine what is important and relevant and what is not. This blog is meant to do that. Please follow us on Twitter at @acmestrategy to be keep up on recent posts.