I’ve ranted about how stupid the 3-d printing “revolution” was for years, such as this article from 2014 when DDD, the king of them all, was nearly triple digits. It’s been crumbling ever since, having dropped about 40% at one point today, now in the single digits. Firm support at $0.00.
One of the hottest, most widely-anticipated IPOs in years took place in March of this year – – Snap, Inc., which is, of course, the owner of the Snap app (although they insistently refer to themselves as “a camera company”.) Perhaps another mission statement is in order, however, as they appear to have now expanded to……….Halloween costumes.
During the Internet bubble, there was this one stock that was insanely powerful – – CMGI. It was some kind of “roll up” of little Internet companies, and the (idiotic) investing public went crazy about it.
As the bubble was bursting, however, people began to refer to CMGI as “Can’t Make Good Investments”, and it undid pretty much all of its multi-thousand percent gains. For no particular reason, I was wondering whatever happened to them, and sort of like how the Weinstein Company is changing its name, CMGI did the same……….now known as ModusLink Global Solutions, whatever the fuck that is supposed to mean. Here’s the arithmetic chart:
Having finished my first screenplay (and actively seeking backing for it – – if you’re in the business, write me!), I have a interest in the movie industry stronger than ever. I had never heard of The Room before, but apparently it was written, directed, and starred in by a first-timer with a budget of six million dollars. Its take at the box office was $1800, and from all accounts it is one of the worst movies ever made. I humble offer to you some sample scenes for your enjoyment. Shield your eyes, Frank.