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by George Gilder


Technology insider George Gilder delivers a compelling ( Wired ) look under the hood at a genius-fueled startup. We're sorry, an error has occurred.

Technology insider George Gilder delivers a compelling ( Wired ) look under the hood at a genius-fueled startup. Thanks to the digital technology revolution. The Silicon Eye: Microchip Swashbucklers and the Future of High-Tech Innovation (Enterprise). You can always remove it later.

The Silicon Eye book. George Gilder has covered the wizards of high tech for twenty-five years and has an insider's knowledge of Silicon Valley and the unpredictable mix of genius, drive, and luck that can turn a startup into a Fortune 500 company. The Silicon Eye is a rollicking narrative of some of the smartest-and most colorful-people on earth and their race to transform an entire industry.

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George Gilder has covered the wizards of high tech for twenty-five years and has an insider's knowledge of Silicon Valley and the unpredictable mix of genius, drive, and luck that can turn a startup into a Fortune 500 company.

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George Franklin Gilder (born November 29, 1939) is an American investor . The Silicon Eye: Microchip Swashbucklers and the Future of High-Tech Innovation (2006). The Israel Test (2009)

George Franklin Gilder (born November 29, 1939) is an American investor, writer, economist, techno-utopian advocate, and co-founder of the Discovery Institute. The book cover of the Silicon Eye reads, "How a Silicon Valley Company Aims to Make All Current Computers, Cameras, and Cell Phones Obsolete. The Foveon sensor has not achieved this goal and has not yet been used in cell phones.

by Joseph L. Bast, George Gilder, Leonard Gilroy, Matthew Glans, Hance Haney, Eli Lehrer, Adrian Moore, Steve Stanek . Bast, George Gilder, Leonard Gilroy, Matthew Glans, Hance Haney, Eli Lehrer, Adrian Moore, Steve Stanek, Richard Vedder, Herbert J. Walberg. ISBN 9781934791332 (978-1-934791-33-2) Softcover, The Heartland Institute, 2010. The Spirit of Enterprise.

Technology insider George Gilder delivers a "compelling" (Wired) look under the hood at a genius-fueled startup.

Thanks to the digital technology revolution, cameras are everywhere―PDAs, phones, anywhere you can put an imaging chip and a lens. Battling to usurp this two-billion-dollar market is a Silicon Valley company, Foveon, whose technology not only produces a superior image but also may become the eye in artificially intelligent machines. Behind Foveon are two legendary figures who made the personal computer possible: Carver Mead of Caltech, one of the founding fathers of information technology, and Federico Faggin, inventor of the CPU―the chip that runs every computer. George Gilder has covered the wizards of high tech for twenty-five years and has an insider's knowledge of Silicon Valley and the unpredictable mix of genius, drive, and luck that can turn a startup into a Fortune 500 company. The Silicon Eye is a rollicking narrative of some of the smartest―and most colorful―people on earth and their race to transform an entire industry. 13 illustrations
Marilace
I was very disappointed in this book. Gilder writes in a very obtuse way and it is hard to connect the dots with him. Save you money.
Pettalo
Even after hearing about the uneven writing, I was surprised by how meandering and unfocused this book is. It's a mishmash of confused metaphors, irrelevant details, and unclear points. I can't tell whether it's meant to be instructive, or merely illustrative. If you're already familiar with the technologies described, you'll be bored. If you aren't, you'll be baffled. None of the men discussed in the book are portrayed as being particularly interesting, aside from the obvious, though unexplored details of their various technical abilities. I was excited by the subject matter, but put off by the plodding and pedantic prose. It feels like Gilder wrote this while half asleep.
Gianni_Giant
I got a copy of this book as I have been a fan of Gilder's previous books on supply-side economics in the 1980s and since. It was interesting to read about how visual imaging technologies have developed. We take for granted such amazing technologies such as digital cameras and so on. I am afraid that for all Gilder's skills as a writer, I found some of the details of how this material works hard to follow. Specialists might find it interesting, but I struggled with it.
fire dancer
My company was working with Foveon chips, so I was interested to read this book. The book itself was fine, but my distributer said it was so inaccurate that Foveon won't even comment anymore. Foveon chips take great pictures, by the way.
The Silicon Eye: Microchip Swashbucklers and the Future of High-Tech Innovation (Enterprise) ebook
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George Gilder
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W. W. Norton & Company; 1 edition (May 17, 2006)
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320 pages
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4.8
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