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CADVision Internet

CADVision Internet is a local Internet Service Provider in Canada with a rich history in entrepreneurship. I started the company in University in 1990 using rent money. CADVision grew to dominate its market with over 60,000 customers and 62% marketshare. It was self financed, embraced the freemium model and first to roll out ADSL citywide. Above […]

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Exponential Tech

Below is a graph of Computing on a logarithmic scale. It shows the power of computing at the Supercomputer, Desktop Computer and Mobile level. This is Moore’s Law in action – it states that the number of transistors doubles every 18 months. Computers are Turing machines, which means that they all work the same fundamental way – as […]

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Think Exponential

Thinking Exponential exists to change how you see technology – to think of it as a series of predictable steps or generations. The implications are world-changing. Humans think in terms they can relate to. We base our expectations on our experience, we live in linear time and space. Walking to turn on the lights takes 10 […]

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Solve Cancer

Cancer is a terrible burden. 1 in 2 will get it, 1 in 3 will die. Cancer is caused by changes or mutations in your DNA. A mutation occurs when a DNA letter is changed, deleted or inserted. With the wrong changes a cell can begin copying itself uncontrollably. The gas pedal may be stuck on […]

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Exoms, Genomes, SNPs

The various techniques to read DNA are not equal. I want to give you quick overview of each approach and the major companies. If you need a quick recap to What is DNA, now would be a good time. There are three primary ways to read DNA. SNPs, Exoms and Genomes. In all cases the […]

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Computing

Computing, powered by computers, serves as the backbone of our information society. They act as the cornerstone to the Internet, desktops, mobile phones and countless other industries. Computers are arguably the most important invention of the last 50 years. Thinking Exponentially, almost everyone under estimates the implications of computing technology. Each generation of computers stands […]

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Genetic Sequencing

Our ability to read DNA has become one the fastest growing technologies ever. Reading all the DNA for a single human is called reading a person’s genome. A human genome is big, it’s roughly 6 billion letters long consisting of G C T and A. Almost every cell in your body contains a full copy of […]

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