Well - there you have it ! I tried being nice but it seems that all along you were just a jealous half baked technician trying to put down the DreamMaker design and at the same time try to steal it. I will pray for you - maybe. You won’t get anywhere with that kind of thinking - good luck!
From: Steve & Leah Pertubal [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2005 2:59 AM
Subject: DreamMaker Review (5)
That is just too funny, I’ll bet the patent lawyer asked for his fee up front in cash. So all I have to do, is add a couple of RC networks and I can steal your patent and business. The circuit is not that complicated and I should have it mapped out real soon. Then I can figure out where to put the DreamAlarm circuits. Well, I’m sorry that I can’t help you any further. Good Luck.
From: “Bruce Gelerter” firstname.lastname@example.org >To: “Steve & Leah Pertubal” email@example.com >Subject: RE: DreamMaker Review (4) >Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 01:32:55 -0600 > >Steve, >This is a brand new product release with a patent pending, I can’t send you >a schematic. You don’t have to design anything anyway. Just tell me what >changes you would like to see, such as the dream alarm and if there is >enough resources on the board then I will put it in. the PCB is pretty >packed already and I can’t fit much more on this board - but possibly the >dream alarm. That would be about it. >Bruce Gelerter > > > -----Original Message----- >From: Steve & Leah Pertubal [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] >Sent: Monday, April 18, 2005 11:35 PM >To: email@example.com >Subject: DreamMaker Review (4) > > > Bruce, > > As I have alluded to before, yes, the DreamAlarm function is the most >important feature next to the REM detection.