Straight Off That Two-Month Long, Dry Blog-Spell….

Disclaimer: I'm known to say things that come off brazenly harsh. Yeah. As some of you should know (that's to say, you're following the YouTube series, HL™ Startup Chronicles), I was recently in the Big Apple last month in May, attending a private equity conference that was hosted at the Yale Club right off of …

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I’d Rather For HL™ To Be Revolutionary, Not Disruptive

This is why you, investors, should invest pour your money into HL™. I don't know how many times I've stated this but, HL™ is a scientific R&D startup that specializes in the development of IISS (Informational Interpretation Scientific Software), and one of the resultant products from that platform is PIR™; scientific software that will be …

My Response To A Self-Proclaimed “Investor”

To The Ghost In The Machine That Calls Himself/Herself An "Investor", I'm going to take my time with this response to your question because, if there's one thing that I'm extremely good at, it's putting an investor in their place. 1). I don't know what's more important: a Black man who's starting his own scientific …

VCs Scream “Overvalued!”, Bill Gates The Skillionaire, Uber Stupor and You’re All Shrouded In “Clouds”

If I had my say in the matter [and for the record, I do]...I'd place the valuation for HL® at approximately $8,666,724,295 (USD). I had to throw a number out there. Notice that I did not specify pre-money valuation or post-money valuation nor whether or not I included the valuation for the foundation of PIR. …

People Do Not See The Costs of Things, Indoctrination and Matchstick Statistics

Technology is expensive, and the costs associated with research and development is frightfully expensive. The private sector, unlike government and university labs, are domains of very low overhead. In the private sector, you'll find that a lot of things that seem somewhat as useless overhead, in fact, aren't. However, useless overhead ≠ waste. One problem …