About I'm a fuzzy thinker. I always knew I thought about things a little differently than most people and when I first heard about fuzzy logic, I said that's me. I collect large amounts of seemingly disassociated information and use it in making decisions and drawing conclusions. Description I'm a degreed electrical engineer who spent 35+ years in two of the heartlands of technology, Boston and Silicon Valley. My strength lies in understanding technology and how it will impact other business areas. My biggest weakness is that I am often too early. Interests The perfect hedge. I want to be the “house” not a player in the game, make money on both sides. The perfect hedge is a work of art. Company Profiles Current retired, living somewhere really nice. I've consulted to and worked for numerous “name” companies, sometimes when they were still in two bay “tilt-ups”. I've served as a staff engineer, consultant, data analyst, head-hunter and “technical prognosticator”. Things I have done; Set up the first off-shore production line for a well known US technology company in the 70s. Was a technical analyst for a venture capital firm. Used one of the first IBM XT desktop computers ever commercially shipped to create the business model that ultimately became a billion US$ company. Helped ship the first Terabyte storage computer ever built. Used data found on the internet in the 80s to discover and prove how sunspots crashed computers. Head-hunted candidates that Steve Jobs interviewed just before hiring John Sculley.