According to chip makers, the plunge isn’t over yet. Now hoping it won’t turn into the mess as in 2001 when the last tech bubble became the dotcom bust.
“The company cannot be left to its own devices, and existing enforcement authorities haven’t done enough.”
AI Not There Yet?
Layoffs and closures—the beginnings of a major shakeout.
Population control is the new name of the game.
A no-brainer gets rejected. This is likely my last gig, and I want to do what I love doing. But the advertising-based model is teetering.
Nasdaq down 24% already. Renaissance IPO ETF down 31%. But Uber and other unicorns plan record IPOs in 2019, à la dotcom-crash-debut in 2000.
“It’s time to wait patiently as the air is slowly let out of this bizarre Ponzi balloon created by the venture capital industry.”
Even if you never handed over a phone number, Facebook can still get it and monetize it.
After the uproar about the Equifax hack, Congress did do something. And credit freezes are now a lot easier to place and lift.