Monthly Archives: October 2012

What’s in a Name

Thanks to Mad Men, the concept of brand equity has been widely popularized, the most prominent example being that of a dog food company’s brand becoming toxic after it was reported that it used horse meat in its product (a practice that was outlawed in the … Continue reading

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If Quantum Computing Makes a Splash and Nobody is Listening …

“If a tree falls in a forest, and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” is a well known metaphysical toy question.  What is less known is its business corollary: If a start-up makes a splash, … Continue reading

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Thank you!
& Short Term Memory Hole Rescue

What difference a few months can make.  When writing in June about how Quantum Computing can be leveraged to execute and speed up Google’s Page rank algorithm wavewatching.net received a zero for this metric. After a couple of my posts have been picked … Continue reading

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