two rezonings on the Lowndes County Commission agenda for this week
seem to cancel each other out, since one wants to go “back” to Estate Agriculture (E-A), while the other wants to rezone from E-A to R-A,
both on about ten acres.
Future Development Map
Because by an open records request we got the
agenda packet, we know how much the agenda items costs, even though dollar amounts are not listed in the agenda.
Request to Accept Hamm Estates Dr. into the County Road Inventory for Maintenance is listed as “BUDGET IMPACT: N/A”.
What if those subdivision roads need repairs, like Knights Academy Road?
Deannexation of Ganas Property by Lake Park apparently costs the county nothing.
Not even legal fees?
The high-dollar item is $290,000.00
for health insurance administration.
Employees pay their Continue reading
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In only half a dozen years Microsoft went from laughing at the iPhone
to admitting MS had none of the mobile phone or mobile device market,
while Apple became the most valuable company in the world.
Another entrenched industry, electric power
will also change radically in only a few years,
solar power will win like the Internet did.
MG Siegler of Google Ventures blogged this on ParisLemon 20 September 2013,
What A Difference Six Years Makes…
Right now we’re selling millions and millions and millions of phones a year. Apple is selling
zero phones a year.
a few months later:
It’s sort of a funny question. Would I trade 96% of the market for 4% of the market? (Laughter.) I want to have products that appeal to everybody.
Now we’ll get a chance to go through this again in phones and music players. There’s no chance that the iPhone is going to get any significant market share. No chance.
Mobile devices. We have almost no share.
And it wasn’t just
Steve Jobs riding Moore’s Law on an iPhone: Continue reading
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