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Tim Fisher

Specialist in design, development and implementation of web applications for technology startups.


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Voted to Deny on Feb 1, 2011

45%
64 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Startups 5  0    

Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011
“Competition is already pushing the price of
bandwidth down and leaders such as Amazon are
heavily pushing "Cloud Services" to maintain
profitablity and market share.”
“Cloud hosting business are overvalued and the market will become less profitable over time.”
Explanation: “Competition is already pushing the price of bandwidth down and leaders such as Amazon are heavily pushing "Cloud Services" to maintain profitablity and market share.”

61%
19 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Cloud Hosting 2  0    

Voted to Affirm on Feb 22, 2011

100%
13 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 27, 2011
By paulisick
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Internet 3  0    

Voted to Affirm on Jan 13, 2011

100%
29 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Startups 5  0    

Voted to Affirm on Aug 26, 2011
“Rendering technolgies on desktops rival that of
native applications, mobile platforms have a great
deal of way to go BUT it's moving in the right
direction. See you later Flash!”
“HTML5 is the gaming platform of the future.”
Explanation: “Rendering technolgies on desktops rival that of native applications, mobile platforms have a great deal of way to go BUT it's moving in the right direction. See you later Flash!”

100%
3 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 10, 2011
By Tim Fisher
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Internet 3  0    
Technology 2  0    
Scalability 2  0    
HTML5 1  0    
Game Development 1  0    

Voted to Deny on Feb 4, 2011
“Don't believe the advertisers! When heated, olive
oil is the most stable fat, which means it stands
up well to high frying temperatures. Its high
smoke point (410ºF or 210ºC) is well above the
ideal temperature for frying food (356ºF or
180ºC). The digestibility of olive oil is not
affected when it is heated, even when it is
re-used several times for frying.”
“Cooking with olive oil is bad. Heating olive oil will make it saturated or trans-fatty, it also diminishes the nutritional value of the food”
Explanation: “Don't believe the advertisers! When heated, olive oil is the most stable fat, which means it stands up well to high frying temperatures. Its high smoke point (410ºF or 210ºC) is well above the ideal temperature for frying food (356ºF or 180ºC). The digestibility of olive oil is not affected when it is heated, even when it is re-used several times for frying.”

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Assertion made on Jan 10, 2011
By Tim Fisher
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