[quote="MorphOS REBOL post:1126, topic:202429"]
I guess, it’s time for COMODO to enter the HW sector NOW. Seems to be quite the right moment.
Give us an impenetrable, completely shielded COMODO machine, running an impenetrable COMODO OS.
Maybe this “ol’ friend of mine” could be of any help?
Just one of quite a few thoughts that came to my mind lately. Why not give him a chance (he’d deserve it, for sure, as he’s always been a visionary, maybe he’d be more than interested?
This would / could very possibly also include / demand moving Comodo’s headquarters to outside the US of A, I guess. Which (other) Company will be the first to do so?
Since COMMODORE USA’s death in December 2012 (directly connected with Barry S. Altman’s death, this time, of course) COMODO would (and in my opinion SHOULD) be the ONE to finally REVIVE the good ol’ thought of COMPUTING as a POSITIVE THING.
WHO ELSE, I dare asking you, would deserve to make such a (daring as well, yes) step?
SO, imho, COMMODORE (yes, I’m directing these my words to you, Melih ) should be revived, this time not only as a SW company (which COMMODORE USA had been in the end, as we all know) but as a HW Company.
Be sure, if that works, millions of users out there would not only be PROUD of you. It’d be much more than that.
Of course, that’d have to include producing / supervising the production of processors / mainboards / etc. as well.
If patents are an obstacle, there’d always be the option of similar naming / branding:
COMODO-re, just for a rather cheap example 8)
Melih, you would, of course, be declared “holy” by our children’s children, and, if failing at this, at least a “martyr” of our times. >:-D
Now I’m going to do some gaming on one of my old Amiga’s. That’s for sure. 8)
Think about it, please, it’s high time, I think, as I don’t really want any OTHER company out there to be faster reacting to some “futuristic ideas” by ol’ REBOL me…