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  1. dc

    dc Guest

    MFFIP, Inc. is actively recruiting engineers, scientists,
    mathematicians, technicians and minds of all flavors to participate in
    an on-line technology discussion group.

    Participants will be paid for a variety of on-line contributions.

    All applicants must be eighteen years of age.

    Please contact me at for details.
    David Cain

    Muddle, Fluff & Foresight IP, Inc.
    creating everything
     
  2. mc

    mc Guest

    Exactly 18? You won't find many with degrees...
     
  3. Guest

    Why would any "participant" worth his salt want to go through a
    brokerage like this?
     
  4. But that would turn a pleasant diversion into work.
     
  5. Guest

    If you haven't got a job, such a brokerage might be interesting. Since
    Google can't find MFFIP, Inc or MFFIP, it isn't.

    Not that Muddle, Fluff and Foresight is likely to be a real company
    name, is it ....
     
  6. Anders F

    Anders F Guest

    Now it will (shortly): http://www.mffip.com
    LOL =)

    /A

     
  7. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Has anyone read that page? Bwahahahahahahahaha!

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  8. Indeed.
    The broadsword to capture everything, ahem every idea of every
    technology, into a bunch of patents. Perhaps a couple of jobless
    patent lawyers seeking a new playfield ?

    Rene
     
  9. Guest

    If you haven't got a job, such a brokerage might be interesting.
    Since

    I guess it depends just how hungry you get. The way I see it, engineers
    who are good enough to make a living in contract work will do it
    privately, outside of this brokerage. This means that the talent
    available on this brokerage will be mostly people who are either
    inexperienced or otherwise undesirable (incompetent, untrustworthy,
    whatever).
     
  10. hamilton

    hamilton Guest

    From <http://www.mffip.com/> :


    "We have only two requirements. Participants must be over eighteen and
    hence legally able to contract. Participants must not be under an
    existing obligation to assign any intellectual property you create. This
    second requirement tends to favor college students."


    Slave labor from those who will not understand what there are signing away.
     
  11. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Pfaugh! That's nothin':

    "Basically, the contract says that any intellectual property the
    participant reveals on our boards belongs to us. ..."

    Now, _that's_ stupid!

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  12. Paul Burke

    Paul Burke Guest

    That cuts out nearly everyone here. I'm over 50 myself.

    Paul Burke
     
  13. boater

    boater Guest

    What specific areas are needed? Please look at my website and see if there
    is a match.

    www.pro-real.net

    Thanks

    Larry
     
  14. Kryten

    Kryten Guest

    Looks rather amateur website.

    I'd want to see examples of your past work, some kind of work history,
    client testimonials etc. Doesn't have to be slick, but it should have the
    essential meat.
    Where's your registered business address? Tax number? Your personal name?
    You could be anybody for all we can see.

    On your link page, did you really mean to link to microchip2 (yet another
    crappy search site) when perhaps you meant www.microchip.com ?
     
  15. Pig Bladder

    Pig Bladder Guest

    I think he means "18 or over", so he can put together an engineer porn
    site. ;-)

    ("Hey, wanna see Dilbert naked? Only $3.95 a minute!")

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  16. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    As a matter of fact, I do have a few great ideas - the only stumbling
    block is vult^H^H^Henture capital.

    Got resources to sign an LC for, say, a containerful of left-handed
    microwave ovens?

    Do I get a piece of the action from my own idea?

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
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