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A SUMMER ISSUE - JUNE - A tviNews Book Review
TVInews - 102 "Disappointments Are Great! Follow the Money - The Internet." The Smart Daaf Boys / Nathan Stubblefield" - Special Review: NAPOLEON'S FIRST DOMAIN By Troy Cory-Stubblefield, Josie Cory. Paperback: Television International Publishing / October, 2003-2006
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••• On December 20, 1803, Napoleon Bonaparte, deeded the Louisiana Purchase territory to the United States for $15 million. One year later, on May 18,1804, he owned his own Domain. Napoleon became the "Empereur" of France and King of Italy. The DOMAIN for cash deal caused many great cultural links to occur between France, its European neighbors and middle America. If the amount paid to France was to be adjusted for today's dollars worth, $15 million would equal approximately $390 billion.
••• Theories abound regarding the origin of the word "Smart Daaf," and "Domain," but none is definitive. "Smart Daaf Boys" can trace its roots directly to the 9 inventors and patent holders of components involving the EMW. However, the Wireless Telephone™ can trace its root to Tele'phon'delgreen, in Murray, Kentucky in 1892. The Smart Daaf Boys are: Stubblefield, Marconi, Ambros Fleming, Reginald Fessenden, Tesla, DeForest, Alexanderson, Armstrong and Farnsworth. - CONTINUE

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1. Feature Story /26th Week - June 26th 2006 Book Review
••• The trouble with writing a book shedding light on Napoleon, nation building, N.B. Stubblefield, and other relevances to the Internet, the subjects are time - and time again, left unclothed. As Co-author, Josie Cory put it in, 'Disappointments Are Great, Follow the Money,' "Josephine loved to talk and hear about Napoleon's great "blue coat" invasions, and their romantic escapades, -- before Waterloo."
••• After being forcefully deported from France, Napoleon, died on the English controlled island of Saint Helena, May 5, 1821. Shortly thereafter, his disappointments commenced infiltrating humankind, especially around and about the States that made up Middle America.
••• No one notices what "the Louisiana kingdom for Cash Deal" did to people even after the 1864, U.S. Civil War was won by the dark-blue coats. Even though by 1908, the invisible dominative links to the Napoleon deal were everywhere, they were feeding on us and growing stronger. • See Byline 02 - Domaine French / Louisiana Purchase
••• Once the EMW and RF spectrums were unearthed by the Smart Daaf Boys, it didn't take long for the "bark" from the first Wireless Telephone™ to uncoil itself, fixing its name to radio, television, motion pictures and WiFi computer game excitements, and take command of the actions and minds of billions of human beings.
••• The results of the 1908, NBS100 marvel have perversely seeped so deeply into our brains that we barely remember life being anything different. By 2006, we still fail to notice the interpolating fallouts. We know the names of people, the wartime generals, and the Mata-Hari's involved, but we fail to see "WHO"- dominated, monetized, and monopolized the sin trends in America, and "WHY".

Part 02 / THE BOOK TO MOVIE DEAL
••• I know what you're thinking . . . the new VRA TelePlay property with Troy Cory attached to a star, right? But no. Actually, probably yes, Troy would like to sing in the movie "Somebody Loves Me" with his grandfather holding the microphone. The scene would see them seated in a horseless carriage chasing Tesla and Clarissa in another vehicle, watching the chase on Tesla's WiFi lap top computor. CLICK TO SEE NBS AUTO VEHICLE DRAWING.
••• But the horseless carriage and two-way radio was so fascinating to land-line media men that by 2006, cable converged with CBS, NBC, Fox, and ABC wireless networks. The majors now dominate the sin trends of Paramount, Universal Pictures, 20th Century Fox, and Disney. Of course, Warner Bros. enjoys the Internet services provided by Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobil and Verizon through Google, Yahoo and AOL.
••• Troy writes that, Stubblefield and Tesla desired a wireless telephone business that would be tied into a monthly utility bill, and if that wasn't feasible, a prisoner operation like Thomas and George Crapper's toilet business. With each Crapper, you'd needed rolls and rolls of toilet paper.
••• Thanks to the pizzazz the Smart Daaf Boys induced from grounded electricity, it was the same EMW energy that enabled them to change, the catch-phrase "bark" to "LookRadio in space." This "FlashPoint" created the TeleCom consolidations between land-lines, Wireless Telephones™, TV-Satellites, and Movies. It is predicted that by 2008, the U.S. will be down to five mega-media companies, three land-line Telecom companies, six Hollywood Studios, and world-wide, one million Movie Theaters and 4 billion tv-monitors connected to a RF spectrum, all monetized by Domain Sales.
••• It seems like every day you hear about some Smart Daaf Boy-related Billion dollar RF frequency component that is utilized, sold, purchased, then transferred by some oracle from Omaha, then retargeted to "Seattle", ending up in "Nebraska." "No matter what word you wish to use to describe the muffler," writes Josie, "it's twilight time."
••• The French watchwords, "entre chien et loup," describes the muffler as the point in time - between the dog and the wolf. Of course the FlashPoint for a credit-line given to a studio to shot a movie, or even the surprise $30-billion donation given to the Gates Foundation, depends on the outcome. Will the movie be hit or miss? Will Warren Buffett's money really be spent to send an international student to Tele'phon'delgreen, without an alterative motive?
••• The aim for Domain holders, like Gates and Buffett, is ownership and sharing. It's a fact of life, if you don't want your "secret" copied, don't show it on the Internet. Networking with a VoIP - Wireless Telephone™ system, with streaming video and instant message capabilities, will likely fit the bill of giving something away "free" without costing a bundle.
••• Domain's grow, reproduce, adapt to and interact with their environment, convert matter or energy -- including human energy -- to their own benefit, and so on. Expired Trade Marks, Copyrights, Corporate Scams and names found in grave yards are just part of the Disappointments found in the Book.
••• Both "Disappointments Are Great, Follow the Money," and its main characters, the "Smart Daaf Boys," -- are works of nonfiction. Although co-authors Troy and Josie confess that they wrote this book as the handicrafts of two computer Arts and Science authors, they have taken a cue from a few recent movies: the 'Da Vinci Code' and 'Cars.' "
••• Troy's inspiration was the fact that the book and movie about the "Smart Daaf Boys, and their "FlashPoint," will not only help sell the 1892 trademark, Wireless Telephone™ and the WiFi system his grandfather patented and established, but will help sell and distribute Hollywood movies to v-phones and iPods, and will help peddle Viagra and stamp out baldness in Kansas City.
••• The idea that a Domain Name has a birthright, shouldn't be too startling. Both existing and expired Trade Marks, Copyrights, Patents, and those names found on tombstones, aren't just mere groups of names, but are and have distinct life-forms and staying power, writes Troy. Most legal authorities will agree that a Dotcom Domain name associated with the legacy of the Smart Daaf Boys, will enjoy the legal rights to claim "personhood."
••• Cited through a series of court cases over the last century, -- heirs to the person or their business entities, might share in their legacy. The FCC have collected over $40-billion dollars in frequency or spectrum sales since 2005.
••• Cases in point - Contextualized:

3. Editor's Note / Definitions
••• 01.- DOMAIN: - Function: noun - Etymology: (Middle French domaine, blend of old French demaine, (from Old Latin dominicum) and Latin dominium, property, both from dominus, lord; from Middle English domayne.
••• 02. INTERNET DOMAIN: complete and absolute ownership of a DotCom Era Asset. Territory over which dominion is exercised; 01: - a sphere of knowledge, influence, or activity <the domain of art>; 02: - the set of elements to which a mathematical or logical variable is limited; specifically: the set on which a function is defined; 03: - any of the small randomly oriented regions of uniform magnetization in a ferromagnetic substance. Telephon-delgreen.
••• 03 LAND DOMAIN: 01 a: complete and absolute ownership of land -- compare EMINENT DOMAIN b : land so owned; 02 : a territory over which dominion is exercised; 03 : a region distinctively marked by some physical feature <the domain of rushing streams, tall trees, and lakes>
••• CORPORATION: The Cor·po·ra·tion Function: noun; 1 a obsolete : a group of merchants or traders united in a trade guild b : the municipal authorities of a town or city; 2 : a body formed and authorized by law to act as a single person although constituted by one or more persons and legally endowed with various rights and duties including the capacity of succession; 3 : an association of employers and employees in a basic industry or of members of a profession organized as an organ of political representation in a corporative state;
THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE:
••• • 1803-02 - Thomas Jefferson pushed through the Louisiana Purchase, even though such an action was nowhere expressly authorized. His eager interest in the West and in exploration had already led him to plan and organize the Lewis and Clark expedition. He held that West Florida was included in the Louisiana Purchase.
••• • 1803-0401 - Napoleon Bonaparte, offers to sell the U.S. Louisiana Purchase territory to the United States for $15 million, he became the Empereur of France. The land deal caused many great cultural links to occur between both France and in the U.S. If the amount paid were adjusted for today's dollars worth, $15 million would equal approximately $390 billion. $11,250,000 was to be paid directly, with the balance to be covered by the assumption by the United States of French debts to American citizens. • 1803-1130 - The Span relinquished its rights to the Territory to France. Spain who had never given up physical possession of Louisiana to the French, did so in a ceremony at New Orleans on Nov. 30, 1803.
••• • 1803-1220 - Napoleon Bonaparte, deeds the In a second ceremony, on Dec. 20, 1803, the French turned Louisiana over to the United States.
••• • 1804-0518th - Napoleon becomes Emperor of the French (Empereur des Français) and King of Italy under the name Napoleon I from 18 May 1804 to 6 April 1814 exiled to Elba;
••• Louisiana Purchase included the following States of the Union: LouisianaArkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota west of the Mississippi River, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, northern Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado, (the portions of east of the Rocky Mountains).
••• • Canada: the portions of southern Manitoba, southern Saskatchewan and southern Alberta Rivers, that drain into the Missouri River, and Louisiana on both sides of the Mississippi River including the city of New Orleans.
••• • The French territory of Louisiana included 15 States: Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota west of the Mississippi River, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, northern Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, the portions of Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado east of the Rocky Mountains, the portions of southern Manitoba, southern Saskatchewan and southern Alberta that drain into the Missouri River, and Louisiana on both sides of the Mississippi River including the city of New Orleans.
••• • The land included in the Purchase comprises 22.3 percent of the territory of the modern United States. far more land than just the current U.S. state of Louisiana. Not only were the 15 States included, but the portions of southern Manitoba, southern Saskatchewan and southern Alberta that drain into the Missouri River, and Louisiana on both sides of the Mississippi River including the city of New Orleans. The land included in the Purchase comprises 22.3 percent of the territory of the modern United States.

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••• •• According to The Diffusion Group, in 2005, 119 million handsets will be sold generating revenue for handset vendors of more than $17 billion.
••• • Of 192 million active mobile phones in the USA, 90% have screens and can handle text messages, CTIA says.
••• • The penetration of mobile telephone service among U.S. consumers is expected to climb from 61% in 2004 to over 75% by 2010 as high-speed mobile connections spur new adoption and increased handset replacement.
••• • According to M:Metrics, 58 percent of mobile subscribers use their handsets for something other than making phone calls.
Global
••• • According to Analysys International, a China-based consulting firm estimates that handset shipments totaled 18.94 million units last quarter, with GSM accounting for 17.17 million shipments and CDMA accounting for 1.77 million units.
••• • According to CCID consulting, the projected 2005 sales volume forecast to be 85-90 million units, up from 83 million handsets forecast early this year.
••• • According to Forrester, New low-power Wi-Fi chips will bring Wi-Fi/cellular handsets down to mainstream consumer prices by 2007.
••• • According to Juniper research, experts expect that at least 70 % of all shipped handsets will be Java enabled by 2006.
••• • According to LogicaCMG's report, 22% do not believe their handset is enabled to handle the complexity of such content.
••• • According to ZDNet Research, worldwide handset revenue is expected to approach $112 billion. India, China and Eastern Europe are leading growth in emerging markets.
••• • Gartner forecast that 40.9 mln basic and 12.4 mln enhanced smartphones will be sold in 2005. By 2009 the basic smartphone category will grow by 44.9% to 180.2 mln units, while enhanced smartphones will grow by 67.9% to 98.5 mln units.
••• • Jupiter Research forecasts that there will be 184 million subscribers with 3G multimedia handsets in Europe in 2010, up from 5.1 million in 2004.

••• Thomas Crapper held nine patents, three of them for water closet improvements such as the floating ballcock, but none were for the flush toilet itself. Thomas Crapper's advertisements implied the syphonic flush was his invention -- one having the text "Crapper's Valveless Water Waste Preventer (Patent #4,990) One moveable part only" -- but patent 4990 (for a minor improvement to the water waste preventer) was not his, but that of Albert Giblin in 1898.
••• His nephew, George Crapper, did improve the siphon mechanism by which the water flow is started. A patent for this development was awarded in 1897.
••• Thomas Crapper (baptized September 28, 1836; d. January 27, 1910) was a plumber who founded Thomas Crapper & Co. Ltd. in London.
••• Despite urban legend, Crapper did not invent the flush toilet (the myth being helped by the surname). However, Crapper put in much effort to popularise it and did come up with some related inventions. He was noted for the quality of his products and received several Royal Warrants. The noun "crap" was in use long before he was born.

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••• Theories abound regarding the origin of the word "Smart Daaf," and "Domain," but none is definitive. "Smart Daaf Boys," can trace its roots directly to the 8 inventors and patent holders of components involving the EMW. However, the Wireless Telephone™ can trace its root to Tele'phon'delgreen, in Murray, Kentucky in 1892. Smart Daaf Boys are: Stubblefield, Marconi, Ambros Fleming, Reginald Fessenden, Tesla, DeForest, Alexanderson, Armstrong and Farnsworth. - COMING

THE NBS WIRELESS TELEPHONE™ PATENTS
••• Where's the money source? They are the Domains purchased by individuals. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Bren, Page, Schmidt and others like them, all followed the Money. Look what it got them: Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Amazon, SoulFind, LookRadio, iTunes, Apple, and Smart90.
••• Of course, since Domains lack physical form and self-awareness, when they come to life, it's in a form like you see on LookRadio.com, or on a paper print out. Napoleon's Domain in France only lasted a few years, (1804 -1814). His Internet Domain http://www.napoleonbonaparte.com will live forever. You could describe a Domain more accurately as, "an invisible, Individual," or as "an artificial life, which ever is more apropos. - COMING

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