GSBC Unveils the Newest Innovation of the Smart Screen Technology

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Additionally our screens act as a transmitter for (3G), (4G) and "WIMAX". Our new smart screen will enable anyone with in 100 yards of our screen to make local or international calls free of charge by using the "WIMAX" signal produced by the smart screen. Also the smart screen will have on board (RFID) Capability, which will allow us to recognize a person through "Radio Frequency Identification".

The best way to start a search for the next generation of technology rockets is to look at what's happened to the last generation of SMS digital technology that (FMCN) has been using.

Christopher Muller of Advanced business technologies asked the founder Ronald Flynn of Global Satellite Broadcasting Corporation why he felt investors will buy stock in "GSBC" (http://www.gsbc.tv ). Flynn responded by saying, "The best way to start a search for the next generation of technology rockets is to look at what's happened to the last generation of SMS digital technology that (FMCN) has been using."

FMCN built its entire business around the worldwide patented SMS Smart Screen technology.

GSBC has upgraded the SMS Smart Screen Technology by enabling it with 100 gigabytes of ram, thus allowing it to stand alone without ever having to send a technician out to change the CF card inside.

Additionally, the screens act as a transmitter for (3G), (4G) and "WIMAX". The new smart screen will enable anyone within 100 yards of the screen to make local or international calls free of charge by using the "WIMAX" signal produced by the smart screen.

Also, the smart screen will have on board (RFID) capability, which will allow us to recognize a person through Radio Frequency Identification.

The screen will interact enabling music downloads, and will become the only interactive advertising multi-level flat panel screen on the planet.

Just imagine: People can earn money just buy watching the ads, playing games, downloading music, entering contests and making free phone calls all day and through the night.

The name of the game is real estate and giving satisfaction to the advertiser as they know their target audience is watching every commercial they produce and every product they sell.

Flynn said, "Our new smart screen is a far superior product and our goal is to corner the market in 2007!

"Fortunately, our company will be listed in January 2007 we will take the digital signage business by storm. Investors will be able to invest in a better technology with a better business model, and best of all be able to purchase the stock at a much lower price. You see in my opinion (Global satellite broadcasting corporation) will be the hottest stock in the tech business.

"The reason is simple; we will be using the same strategies that worked for Microsoft. We will simply continue to license our technology and do joint ventures with huge conglomerates. GSBC will have millions of screens in its worldwide network."

Flynn said, "Can you imagine that someone holding a telephone anywhere in the world that suddenly has an urge to see a movie but did not have the time to go to the theatre. They would just click on their phone, receive a signal from the smart screen and begin to enjoy a private viewing of there favorite film. The capabilities are endless with our technology!"

Jerry Dubin, vice president of GSBC, then asked the founder why he had been so successful in business, and Flynn said:

"Some people think that you must be a special person with lots of talent to become successful in business, but in my opinion that is not the case. Research now shows that the lack of natural talent is irrelevant to great success. The secret is a Painful and demanding practice of hard work.

"Warren Buffett, for instance, is famed for his discipline and the hours he spends studying financial statements of potential investment targets. The good news is that your lack of a natural gift is irrelevant. Talent has little or nothing to do with greatness. You can make yourself into any number of things, and you can even make yourself great. The first major conclusion is that nobody is great without work. It's nice to believe that if you find the field where you're naturally gifted, you'll be great from day one, but it doesn't happen. There's no evidence of high-level performance without experience or practice.

"So greatness isn't handed to anyone; it requires a lot of hard work. Yet that isn't enough, since many people work hard for decades without approaching greatness or even getting significantly better. What's missing?

"The best people in any field are those who devote the most hours to what the researchers call "deliberate practice." Its activity that's explicitly intended to improve performance that reaches for objectives just beyond one's level of competence provides feedback on results and involves high levels of repetition.

"The evidence, scientific as well as anecdotal, seems overwhelmingly in favor of deliberate practice as the source of great performance. Just one problem: How do you practice business? Many elements of business, in fact, are directly practicable. Presenting, negotiating, delivering evaluations, and deciphering financial statements -- you can practice them all.

"Still, they aren't the essence of great managerial performance. That requires making judgments and decisions with imperfect information in an uncertain environment, interacting with people, seeking information. Can you practice those things too? You can, though not in the way you would practice a Chopin etude.

"Instead, it's all about how you do what you're already doing -- You create the practice in your work, which requires a few critical changes. The first is going at any task with a new goal: Instead of merely trying to get it done, you aim to get better at it.

"The critical reality is that we are not hostage to some naturally granted level of talent. We can make ourselves what we will. Strangely, that idea is not popular. People hate abandoning the notion that they would coast to fame and riches if they found their talent. But that view is tragically constraining, because when they hit life's inevitable bumps in the road, they conclude that they just aren't gifted and give up.

"Maybe we can't expect most people to achieve greatness. It's just too demanding. But the striking, liberating news is that greatness isn't reserved for a preordained few. It is available to you and to everyone. My advice to investors is to look closely at what has happened with our technology visit our web sites at http://www.gsbc.tv and http://www.netnetnet.tv and make your own decision! I bet most people will get the answer very quickly without much deliberation!"

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