Almost endless lossless data compression

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What is almost endless lossless data compression?
How do you implode and make the key code?
How do you explode and get the original data back?
Is it possible to implode data to a shorter key code and back in the original data in all cases?
Used methods
Used algorithms
Strange things
Overview inventors
The future
Some loud thinking to tickle the mind

What is almost endless lossless data compression?

Implode (coding) a long code (input data) in a short key code (output data).
Explode (decoding) the short key code back in the original long code.
It's not allowed that two different long codes generate the same short key code.

How do you implode and make the key code?

Use unique original data as reference and replace double data by coordinates that referrer to the reference data.
The unique data(*) + coordinates + separate codes must be shorter then the original data.
This process can be repeated till there is no implosion any more, some extra data must be added to the key code or a fix count must be used, what's left is the key code.
It's not allowed that two different long codes generate the same short key code.

* Unique data can also be separate from the coordinates as reference memory

How do you explode and get the original data back?

Split the key code in unique data(*) and coordinates according the separate codes and find with the coordinates the original data back in the reference data.
In case a repeating algorithm was used this process can be repeated according the extra data in the key code or the fix count if used till the original data is back.

* In case of a reference memory the unique data is not in the key code so the reference memory is also needed to decode.

Is it possible to implode data to a shorter key code and back in the original data in all cases?

Yes and no, if you have 100,000,000,000 different DVD titles the key code also need at least 100,000,000,000 different combinations.
So if there's only implosion in the cases where it's needed (that 100,000,000,000 different DVD titles) and explosion in the other cases (the theoretical almost endless but not existing DVD titles) you have a practical model.
When the original data is a repeating of something similar, for example in case of a video signal where every frame (screen) has a fixed amount of possibilities then the amount of possibilities in one frame multiplied with the total amount of frames in the longest video what must be possible to store can be used as minimum key code length. I think this can work in case you generate a key code for every frame and add them all behind each other, from the result can be generated a shorter key code again. In this case it must be possible to view one frame or some frames behind each other by only decode the frame key code what must be viewed so the decoder and player don't need a lot of storage to decode the hole movies in once and you can switch to every frame you want in a very short time after the total key code is split in frame key codes.
This same model can also be used for other data for example books, in that case you generate a key code for every page and then from all the page key codes you generate the book key codes, you can even generate from all the book key codes a key code for a hole library of books. You can then again decode book by book or page by page without the need to decode the books or pages all in once.


Algorithmic information theory

The Russian mathematician Andrei Nikolaevich Kolmogorov made a first step with the Kolmogorov complexity. There is a book about this "shortest program length" science.

Reading Gregory Chaitin online E-book: META MATH! The Quest for Omega can be good to see what mathematics can and cannot achieve.


Hariyanto Lim has setup a nice website Ultimate Recursive Lossless Compression Research (HMaxF URLCR). You can download the URLCR tool include VB6(*) source code for testing.

You can download Marco v/d Berg _+Compression Methods+_ V 1.04(**) VB6(*) source code for testing (old school***) compression algorithms.

Matt Mahoney describe a very nice trick to compress files called the BARF compressor, by the way he also describe the (old school***) PAQ data compression what's the best available public compressor with WinRK I could find. For compression tests see www.maximumcompression.com.

* VB6=Microsoft Visual Basic version 6.0
** Compression Methods V1.04 is not running under Visual Basic 2003 .NET without adjustments
*** Old school can be a new algorithm but not the different approach endless compression way. As long there are no public endless compression demo's old school is still the best available.
Microsoft Visual Basic Home page

Used methods:

* repeated means that the output can again be used as input.
** repeatable means in this case that it looks like that Sloot method make a shorter key from more reference memory coordinates by using that more reference memory coordinates as input data again and use again the reference memory or using an other by me unknown method for this part.

Robert Langley, Sandy Shaw, Peter St. George, Jules Gilbert and David C. James all claim that their method is not affected by random data for example generated by a random number generator (you can download my favorite random file 1,000Kb I use to test my own build software).

According to both Claude Shannon "Shannon" and the Klaus Holtz "Autosophy" information theory, random bit sequences cannot be compressed without data expansion (negative compression ratios). Also Charles Bloom says "There are no magic compressors that can pack any data" see his proof and see also David Salomon The Counting Argument. So almost endless lossless data compression looks impossible or is random data not as random as we think? Story about randomness.

Adam Clark said in this interview "They were thinking the wrong way. I think it's my different approach. They think there are certain rules that can't be broken, but I didn't know the rules. I didn't know my limitations."
In the Dutch book "De broncode"(*) Jan Sloot talks about an other way of thinking, something what work at hardware level, what's an other way of coding he also named it "seven" translated from Dutch it can also mean "to sieve" or "to filter". He didn't use zeros and one's any more because that was two dimensional he explains that there are three dimensions. May 10, 1999 Jan Sloot also wrote something like this "Since I also don't believe there are compression methods possible which for example can store a video film to less then 100Kb, I have searched for another method. After many years experimenting, I have succeeded with a very new technique, without using of compression methods, all types of data can be stored on a medium of maximum 128Kb and can played back without loss of quality and speed."
Peter St. George said that what his company has done is possible "because we took an approach that took us out of the box that everyone was living in." and he said "People want to define themselves by limitations," "[People] want to put [themselves] in a small tank because then we're a big fish." also he said "We can compress every single permutation of an N-member set." and "With our technology, you have to have a minimum set of base two binary carriers to create a multidimensional construct. Once that construct has been created, we can create a random sequence, a pattern sequence. It doesn't matter." and "Yes, base two is synonymous with binary. You need at least 100 bits, let's say, to create a multidimensional construct. Everything in an N-member set can be expressed in an N-1 set. You can reconstruct the H set without losing a bit in the process."
I remember that as teenager I saw binary code for the first time in a table with all the possibilities and I thought what a waist to store all that bits to make smaller numbers fitting in a fixed length. I understand that the fixed length was for making the decode process working but I always wondered if there wasn't a smarter way. Jean Simmons from Premier America Corporation says in a white paper that their MINC (Minimizing INformation Coder) solved the length problem.

It looks like most inventors didn't use data compression but found a smarter way to describe data what made it more efficient then the Shannon way. In that case it's understandable that with some systems it was possible to present the output data as Shannon input data again to repeat the process.

* Book "De Broncode" is written by Eric Smit (Dutch)

Used algorithms:

Klaus Holtz is the only one who explains very clear how his Autosophy Information Theory works and they have real time video compression demos.

Jan Sloot's principle looks like that of Klaus Holtz with the different that Sloot made a fixed static reference memory with all the unique data already in, while Holtz made it dynamic as a self learning system, also was Sloot final output key only 1Kb in size. As written in the book "De broncode" Sloot used 5 algorithms where he needed 12Mb for each algorithm what included storage for temporary calculation. He was working on a new application what needed 74Mb for each algorithm to store the temporary calculations for longer movie/TV programs, probably to store the bigger amount of frame keys after the 1Kb input key was decoded. The advantage of Sloot system was that it was possible; to add in every electronic device the processors with the algorithm included the reference memory and memory for the temporary calculations storage. After that only a one 1Kb key code for every movie or TV program was needed to generate the frames for displaying it at a display device.

Let's say one movie/program frame is 1024x640=655,360pixels
According to Jan Sloot second patent:
One block is 16x16=256 pixels
And 64 blocks are one row
Then there are 655,360/256=2,560 blocks in a frame
And 655,360/(256*64)=40 rows in a frame

If there are 25 frames a second and a movie is 90 minutes then:
There are 655,360x25x60x90=88,473,600,000 pixels in a movie/program
88,473,600,000/256=345,600,000 blocks in a movie/program
88,473,600,000/64=5,400,000 rows in a movie/program
88,473,600,000/38.125=135,000 frames in a movie/program

Figure 3 explanation:
30 reference memory contains all possible pixel values (colour values 256 or 2560 or 102400)
31 1st (de)coding part(*) compares every decoded pixel value with the reference memory (30)
32 pixel memory store pixel codes, 256 pixel values stored
33 2nd (de)coding part generate a block code from 256 pixels
34 block memory store block codes, 64 block values stored
35 3rd (de)coding part generate a row code from 64 blocks
36 row memory store row codes, 40(**) row values stored
37 4th (de)coding part generate a frame code from 40(**) rows
38 frame memory store frame codes, 135.000(***) frame values stored
39 5th (de)coding part generate a movie/program code from 135.000(***) frames
40 movie/program memory store movie/program codes, 1Kb each

* Also digital video signal input.
** Frame pixel size depended.
*** Frames a second and movie/program length depended.

41 key processor decoding part check if all blocks, rows and frames are only stored once and that in case of double ones only coordinates are stored
42 storage (chip card) keep a copy of the movie/program memory (40) and calculations from the key processor (41)
43 input-output equipment (chip card reader)
44 key processor coding part(*) stores the movie/program code in the movie/program memory (40)

* Also digital video signal output.

In the above example pixels are used but it's also possible with audio or text.
Details about the reference memory storage and the key code algorithms are not explained in this patent description.
If for example a video input pixel is 1byte then for example every coding part (5 in total) must generate an output key 40 times smaller then the input data to end with a 1Kb key.
88,473,600,000bytes/(40x40x40x40x40)=864bytes (without audio).

Sandy Shaw explains also how his Multipass HoloDynamic Compression works, but I miss some details how to make it work in all cases.
Let say we have a string like "RESERVED" to store them you need 8bytes=64bits. If we replace the fourth "E" by the coordinate of the second "E" let we say position 2 and we add the position of the remove fourth "E" let we say position 4 then our coordinate becomes (2,4). Because the maximal possible coordinate shall never be greater then 8 you can store a coordinate within 3bits. So the total length of the coordinates becomes 2x3bits=6bits. We do the same with the fifth "R" what becomes coordinate (1,5) and the same with the seventh "E" what becomes coordinate (2,7). So in total we can replace 3bytes with 8bits length for 3 coordinates of 6bits length each, so we save 24bits(3x8bits)-18bits(3x6bits)=6bits. Because the first byte is always a reference byte we shall only use 7 of the 8 possibilities who are reserved in the 3bits coordinate length.
The trick what is not explained at his pages is how to store this reference data RESVD and coordinates (2,4)(1,5)(2,7) so you can get it back. We can solute this for example to use the first 3bits to store the number of coordinates because there can never be more then 7 coordinates it's fitting in 3bits. So it becomes (3)(2,4)(1,5)(2,7)RESVD. The decoder can now get it back by reading first the first 3bits and then read the number of coordinates according to the number that has been stored in the first 3bits. So three times 6bits, and then read the reference data after calculating the number of bytes 8bytes-3bytes=5bytes reference data left. Then according to the coordinates of the missing bytes, these can be added back at the right place. Because the first coordinate start at position 4 the first three reference data bytes can be placed back so RES, then we add the first coordinate (2,4)=E to get RESE, then we add the next coordinate (1,5)=R to get RESER, then because the next coordinate start at position 7 the fourth reference data byte V can be placed back to get RESERV, then we add the last coordinate (2,7)=E to get RESERVE and final we ad the last reference data byte D to complete it as RESERVED.
Because we added the extra 3bits to store the amount of coordinates the total saving is 6bits-3bits=3bits. In this case we only coded one time, but it's possible to use the reference data, coordinates and separate data as input again. In that case the number of coding passes must be also stored in the output data, so that the decoding can be done the same number of passes.
The above example work only when 25% or more from every 8bytes is double. When using longer blocks then 8bytes the chance for double bytes become higher but also the coordinate length so there's another solution needed.

Robert Langley used bit compression.
First the binary search method (see the patent description for details) is used to make from every 8bit integer a seven bits output if the input value is odd or a six bits or less output if the input value is even.

The removal code indicates the numbers of bits removed by the binary search method.

There are 4 types of output:
Type N 10 - the output becomes (0)
Type R 100 - the output becomes (10)
Type H 110 - the output becomes (0)1
Type B 1100 - the output becomes (10)1

In the case of inputs etc.:
Type R 1000 - the output becomes (110)
Type H 1110 - the output becomes (0)11
Type B 111000 - the output becomes (110)11

(x)y x=removal code, y=hanging bit(s)

For example the input is "110011010010" a total of 12 bits.
First we split the input, then the output becomes:

So (10)1(0)1(10)(0)

To decode it, we need separate bits "o", they are added according two rules:

Type A - when hanging bits are present then the separate zero code must be inserted direct behind the hanging bit.
Type B - when no hanging bits are present and the removal code has one or more high-order one bits then the separate zero code must be inserted direct before the start of the next removal code. This type is not clearly explained in the patent description, because to what removal code we are looking to?

According rule A we insert two zero bits (10)1o(0)1o(10)(0)

There are now 10 bits left: 1010010100

According the patent flowchart (figure 3) we can read the original input back.

When we try all possible combinations we get a problem:

10 10=(0) (0)=(0)(0)
10 110=(0) (0)1=(0)(0)1o(*)
10 100=(0) (10)=(0)o(10)(*)
10 1100=(0) (10)1=(0)o(10)1o

* 10110 and 10100 give the same output

110 10=(0)1 (0)=(0)1o(0)
110 110=(0)1 (0)1=(0)1o(0)1o
110 100=(0)1 (10)=(0)1o(10)
110 1100=(0)1 (10)1=(0)1o(10)1o

100 10=(10) (0)=o(10)(0)
100 110=(10) (0)1=o(10)(0)1o(*)
100 100=(10) (10)=o(10)o(10)(*)
100 1100=(10) (10)1=o(10)o(10)1o

* 100110 and 100100 give the same output

1100 10=(10)1 (0)=o(10)1o(0)
1100 110=10)1 (0)1= o(10)1o(0)1o
1100 100=(10)1 (10)= o(10)1o(10)
1100 1100=(10)1 (10)1= o(10)1o(10)1o

In the patent description examples is exact the 10100 and 100100 combinations missing. I tried to fix this but got then no gain any more and in an other fix sometimes gain sometimes not. The question is, is this to solve? When looking to the patent what describe a hardware version what goes much further then only this step, the inventor had it working and maybe didn't want to write the working algorithm in the patent to prevent copying his invention.

Strange things:

Jan Sloot just died (July 11, 1999) some days before the date he needs to register the source code. This can always happen, but there is never found anything back from all his papers or equipment what can explain his inventing, while there are people who have seen that he had wrote it down and also they have seen much more equipment and papers then what's found after his dead.

The death cause of Robert Langley (Sept 14, 2001) and also what happens with his company and license is unknown to me, if somebody has more information let me know.

The ZeoSync Corporation website shutdown (quickly after June 3, 2002) after they announced (January 7, 2002) their invention to the world and after they fund (round March 1, 2002 an extra 40 million dollar private stock (the company was already started with 10 million dollar private funding).

Media World Communication Limited acquire (October 1, 2003) Inventor Adam Clark Adams Platform Technology (APT) licence after the Tolly Group(*), CSIRO and the Monash University proofed(**) that the inventing was working. Just before MWC want to start selling stocks at the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) again, suddenly (September 3, 2004) the APT inventing is not working as expected and they even use a copy of the On2_VP3 codec(***), this after 7 years research and improving the inventing and many successful demonstration(****)! It's clear that here are tested two different systems where the Tolly Group tested the real APT system.

* The Tolly Group test for 3Com, Cisco Systems, Inc., Dell Computer Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co., IBM, Intel Corp., Lucent Technologies, Microsoft Corp., and Nortel Networks.
** Update: Adams Platform proof removed off Tolly website September 23, 2004!
*** On2 codec company website www.on2.com started January 25, 1999, years after Adam Clark showed his inventing!
**** Screendaily August 17, 2001 wrote 'Shrouded in mystery and under tight security, some 20 specially selected guests, including cinema executives, were this week given a demonstration at the Hard Rock Cafe in Sydney, of something that could change the face of video distribution into the home. What they saw - and an "independent" executive from high-profile consultancy Deloitte Touche Tohatsu confirmed there was no smoke or mirrors - was full screen video streamed in real time from a server 1,000 kilometres away, using Internet protocols and a standard PC, analogue phone line and modem. There was no down load time, no broadband infrastructure and impressive picture quality. "We would not be in this if we were not 110% sure that the technology works," MWB chief executive John Tatoulis told Screendaily, admitting to feeling a bit like a snake oil salesman. "It is real, it was developed in my home town, and we now have the opportunity to revolutionise the distribution and entertainment industry."'

Overview inventors:

* Online Dutch to English translation.
** With the words "Reverse discovery" by Sandy Shaw I guess he takes a sample data for example from some stocks in a period of time and see that as key, then explode it (with an own invented Holy Grail algorithm, HolyDynamic Compression?) to something bigger to see the connection behind the data as which stock influence which other stock at what moment after what movement. Maybe he uses this method to discover the working of human genes in the company he joined.

The future:

That not everybody is happy with endless compression inventions is understandable. But the Fifth Force and MWC wanted to give the inventions in license so everybody can use it. Ok some companies need to adjust drastic but with all the new possibilities finally there is an overall gain.
If secret services use endless compression to encrypt their data they can also be not so happy that everybody start to understand the principles. With some eye blinking or other body movements you can send a code with a whole story behind. But it looks like there are more then one endless compression algorithms possible so also here must be a solution or start using the G-Com Technology from inventor Dr. rer. nat. Hartmut Müller then nobody can tap into the signal. An other problem can be that they can't tap others anymore but that is now already possible when others use a G-Com device and if you make systems public you can buy a license yourself to decrypt. Read at the often very well informed James M. McCanney website where is standing about the group Heaven’s Gate "The government killed all those people. And the reason they killed them is because they were in competition with a very large software outfit, and the Heaven’s Gate group were all programmers. They were building encryption software and firewalls that the government couldn’t break into."
It looks like that Kevin Short is successful with audio compression and Arvind Thiagarajan with Image compression and Kyle Kirby with hard disk compression and Amit Singh/Balraj Singh with fast network products so maybe fast video streaming/compression is a problem. I can imagine many military products where fast video streaming/compression can be used and also they can be not so happy when all nations walk with cams at the battle field.
Then is left the for me unknown force what kept many inventions away for more then 50 years till today. Can an endless compression theory lead to understanding of the principles behind the other secret inventions? In this case it can be more difficult because one of that inventions is the disintegrator(*) what can change living matter in dust. In this case it can be good to wait till humans are ready to handle the secrets of nature. If this is the case contact me with an understandable explanation then I shutdown this website.

Why scientists find diagnoses of 'x-ray' girl hard to stomach the real problem is clearly explained by Victor Zammit in 'NEW SCIENTIST' fails to pass the 'legal test.'
What has this to do with endless compression? Even if an inventor show his/her inventing 150 times successful in demos/test with scientist, technicians and businessman watching it, it's never enough. Why? Because it's not in their study books or worst study books say it can't work. Introducing something new looks like impossible with this attitude. Better is to research and explain all the unexplained then fraud or new knowledge is automatically unveiled. Shouting 'its fraud' without proof is as stupid as shouting 'it works' without proof.

* In The Secret Doctrine (October 1888) by Helene P. Blavatsky Vol. 1 page 554 till 566 is explained that inventor John Worrell Keely already demonstrate his Compound Disintegrator (Picture 1,2,3,4,5,6,7) with the sentence "Had Keely been permitted to succeed, he might have reduced a whole army to atoms in the space of a few seconds as easily as he reduced a dead ox to the same condition". Also inventor Nikola Tesla invented a Death Ray machine, see also an article about him in the New York Times (September 11, 1940).

Some loud thinking to tickle the mind:

It looks like that again the nature beats the human, because the distribution of matter in the logarithmic space of the universe is spread like a formula according to the Global Scaling Theory.
With a little fantasy the mind is only a indirect real time decoder from a key (DNA) given by birth that generate the world your self conscious thinks to see from an existing reference memory (universe) or every cell DNA (key) is resonating (decoding) at the universe medium rhythm (algorithm) to generate tissue and what we see. In 1996 I concluded that the DNA must be a unique key what communicate with a timeless medium what must exist in the whole universe. The Global Scaling Theory explains that medium (global standing gravitational wave) and distribution of matter and Klaus Holtz and Jan Sloot explains the key (DNA) and so indirect live. It looks like that the Golden Mean of universe and compression is related and maybe we say later "they hacked the universe".


Follow live how unknown powers can wipe the Adams Platform out of the public:
Step 1. let people think it's not working
Step 2. let people think that the inventor is a cheater
Step 3. change and erase all working materials, positive reports and papers
Step 4. cut all money flows to the inventor and company
Step 5. get the inventor and company bankrupt and in prison
Step 6. let the inventor lose his intellectual properties
Step 7. wipe all evidence left, if there did never exist anything

Arvind Thiagarajan May 28, 2005:
Original MatrixView reply from news-group discussion new ABO compression:
"This is an official response to the recent posting that has appeared on this website. We wish to confirm that ABO is an original technology invented and developed by Scientists at Matrixview. We would like to further confirm that none of our commercial versions contain any kind of open source codes. ABO is a revolutionary algorithm that deals with pixel data in the spatial domain. This will be clarified further when we publish the theory of ABO on our website in the following weeks. As much as we appreciate your interest in ABO, we request you to hold your comments till reviewing our theory paper after which, we will be happy to engage in further discussions. In the meantime, if you would like to contact us on anything, please mail us at i...@matrixview.com


This MatrixView reply is a more detailed then the one I received in November 2004.

When I unzip the Echoview.zip file I see:

Directory of \Echoview\Echoview

05/28/2005 11:11 PM DIR .
05/28/2005 11:11 PM DIR ..
01/26/2004 10:25 PM 73,728 ABOImgCmp.dll
05/25/1995 07:03 PM 47,104 compressor.dll
05/25/1995 07:03 PM 90,624 compressor.dll.pec2bac
01/27/2004 11:34 AM 28,672 DongleDLL.txt
01/27/2004 10:11 PM 57,344 EchoView.exe
01/27/2004 09:37 PM 1,262 license.txt
01/27/2004 09:41 PM 1,088 readme.txt
05/28/2005 11:11 PM DIR res
03/25/2000 10:16 AM 32,768 RYDLL32.DLL
02/03/2004 06:40 PM 43,008 uninstall.exe
02/03/2004 06:40 PM 1,423 uninstall.log
10 File(s) 377,021 bytes

It looks like this early EchoView test version (27 January, 2004) use the compressor.dll.pec2bac with "ABC - Advanced Blocksorting Compressor code" as suggested at Geocities, but I see also an ABOImgCmp.dll what give the idea that MatrixView own patented ABO compression is also used. The software needs a dongle to use compression, so I can't test that part.
In MatrixView's new statement they only acknowledge that their commercial software don't contain open source codes. But it looks like MatrixView used open source code in their old EchoView version (maybe test version) and "forgot" that to mention in their November 2004 response to me.

Adam Clark December 15, 2004:
Media World deputy chairman John Tatoulis cut Mr Clark short at one point, yelling from the crowd of 40 that Mr Clark was "a pathological liar" who had been given ample opportunity to prove the technology worked.

This is strange because John Tatoulis was end 2000 with his nose almost in the very strict and well setup test environment when Terry Corall Project Leader Australian Telecommunications Cooperative Research Centre (CTIE) Monash University was successful testing that Adams Platform did all the video compression and streaming over a 2400 baud modem line as Adam Clark promised. Has John Tatoulis suddenly a memory loss?

Arvind Thiagarajan November 23, 2004:
I received this link and this one, it's a website what try to proof Matrixview ABO compression is a scam. A friend of my tested the algorithm described in their patent and concluded it's working. Also Ernst & Young wrote a Echoview test report and Dataview test report what proof their image compression is better than JPG and JP2 and lossless. I contact Matrixview and their response was "I can confirm that none of the reports on geocities are true and we do not use those standard modeling techniques as suggested by the websites. Had we utilized those modeling techniques, we would never have been able to achieve the kind of results as stated on our website."

From all the inventors listed on this website, I was only able to find some information that maybe Madison Priest and David Kim Stanley (Michael Fenne) fraud their technology. Madison Priest possible fraud is strange because his wife helped him, but noticed fraud only after long time working together. David Kim Stanley (Michael Fenne) fraud his name, I didn't find technology reports only about a stripped Microsoft's Windows Media Player, often people want to see a working demo before investing. Only Lee Wiskowski says that he sent a friend with expertise in video compression and telecommunications to check out Pixelon's technology. The expert, whom Wiskowski declines to name, was so impressed that he invested in Pixelon prior to the private placement. Wiskowski decided Pixelon was too hot to pass up. "We were seeing them come up on MTV and VH1 [Web sites], bumping multimillion-dollar companies like RealNetworks", Wiskowski says. I only found this PDF document with Pixelon claims, if somebody has information that a court said one of the inventors is guilty for fraud or better if an inventor confess and/or explain his/her fraud, contact me.

Adam Clark September 24, 2004:
On Wednesday it also emerged that technology specialist The Tolly Group had reviewed its favourable report on the technology, saying Mr Clark had deceived it.
Mr Clark yesterday told The Age that The Tolly Group's backflip was a "major contradiction".
"I am trying to get onto (Tolly Group chief executive) Kevin Tolly to talk to him about it and he hasn't been taking any of my calls," Mr Clark said.
"I will fight to make my technology see the light of day and I will fight to protect the shareholders," he said.
"A lot of people don't want to see it get the light of day and I don't know what's going on there ... you've got to ask yourself the question, what is going on?"

Yes, what's going on that only Fairfax Digital news papers smh.com.au and theage.com.au cover Adam's story, are all other world wide news papers censored?
Where are the independent journalists, who really investigate what's happening, to be sure that nobody behind the scenes is trying to change history.

05/12/2005 Compression Made the Video Star (Daniel Kilbank)
09/11/2005 Matrixview appoints chief scientist to drive adoption of ABO (Arvind Thiagarajan)
01/11/2005 Australian compression software blazes a trail in Russia register for full access (Peter Bevan)
17/10/2005 Matrixview awarded ISO certification (Arvind Thiagarajan)
10/10/2005 Matrixview appoints Chief Technology Officer (Arvind Thiagarajan)
29/09/2005 Leading UK-based healthcare expert joins board of advisors at Matrixview (Arvind Thiagarajan)
21/09/2005 Honey, I Shrunk the JPEG (Arvind Thiagarajan)
20/09/2005 UNH spin-out wins NHIRC grant to develop next-generation video compression (Kevin Short)
30/08/2005 Compression's back in a Blaze of glory (Peter Bevan)
22/08/2005 Investor Synopsis (White Paper) (Arvind Thiagarajan)
22/08/2005 Investor Update: Global Technology Recognition Heralds Revenue Surge (Arvind Thiagarajan)
22/08/2005 Investor Presentation (Arvind Thiagarajan)
22/08/2005 Global Technology Recognition Heralds Revenue Surge (Arvind Thiagarajan)
22/08/2005 This man just came up with A Better Option (Arvind Thiagarajan)
29/07/2005 MWC man must show tax returns register for full access (Adam Clark)
25/07/2005 Jan Sloot Dutch (Jan Sloot)
24/07/2005 Het verhaal van Jan Sloot... Dutch (Jan Sloot)
21/07/2005 de broncode van jan sloot German (Jan Sloot)
19/07/2005 Sloot Digital Coding System (Jan Sloot)
19/07/2005 Broncode (wtf-news) Dutch (Jan Sloot)
18/07/2005 Vanavond in Terzake: De broncode (Jan Sloot) Dutch (Jan Sloot)
15/07/2005 Technology Innovator MatrixView Strengthens Expertise With Appointment Of New Advisors (Arvind Thiagarajan)
13/07/2005 Technology innovator Matrixview strengthens expertise with appointment of new advisors (Arvind Thiagarajan)
05/07/2005 Smith Micro Software Announces Acquisition Of Allume Systems Inc. (Allume Systems, Inc)
05/07/2005 Smith Micro Software Announces Acquisition of Allume Systems Inc. (Allume Systems, Inc)
04/07/2005 Wat was er gebeurd als de broncode was uitgekomen? Dutch (Jan Sloot)
01/07/2005 Shareholders want some of the credit (Adam Clark)
22/06/2005 Mobile video trial (Peter Bevan)
22/06/2005 Phone video compression breakthrough (Peter Bevan)
21/06/2005 Achieves key milestones in PIXe Commercialisation (Peter Bevan)
21/06/2005 Off with the Pixes (Peter Bevan)
21/06/2005 Blaze aims for market trial of PIXe (Peter Bevan)
10/06/2005 'Lossless' technology for data mgmt (Arvind Thiagarajan)
09/06/2005 Q&A with the CEO (Peter Bevan)
09/06/2005 some thing (Arvind Thiagarajan)
09/06/2005 Agfa Healthcare Asia Pacific business remains sound PACS collaboration progressing well (Arvind Thiagarajan)
09/06/2005 Improving data compression (Arvind Thiagarajan)
08/06/2005 Compress 60 GB into 2 GB via Matrix (Arvind Thiagarajan)
07/06/2005 Jpeg krijgt concurrentie van mvu Dutch (Arvind Thiagarajan)
07/06/2005 JPEG competitor launched (Arvind Thiagarajan)
07/06/2005 Jpeg faces competition (Arvind Thiagarajan)
03/06/2005 Media World placed in liquidation (Adam Clark)
02/06/2005 MatrixView receives International Preliminary Report on Patentability (Arvind Thiagarajan)
01/06/2005 Singapore firm touts compression software (Arvind Thiagarajan)
06/06/2005 MatrixView appoints e-Prove as exclusive distributor of document solution products in South Africa (Arvind Thiagarajan)
30/05/2005 The key: 10 lines of code (Arvind Thiagarajan)
26/05/2005 MatrixView plans Australian trials (Arvind Thiagarajan)
25/05/2005 new ABO compression (Arvind Thiagarajan)
18/05/2005 Adam's Platform owners liquidated (Adam Clark)
18/05/2005 MWC liquidated as deed comes undone (Adam Clark)
17/05/2005 MatrixView signs pact with HPPL (Arvind Thiagarajan)
17/05/2005 MWC placed into liquidation (Adam Clark)
06/05/2005 Rediff's foot-in-the-mouth affliction (Arvind Thiagarajan)
04/05/2005 Arvind Thiagarajan's trail-blazing invention! (Arvind Thiagarajan)
04/05/2005 Yet another Indian 'success' story (Arvind Thiagarajan)
04/05/2005 An Indian's Trail Blazing Invention (Arvind Thiagarajan)
04/05/2005 Thiagarajan's trail-blazing invention! (Arvind Thiagarajan)
03/05/2005 Qbit claims (Daniel Kilbank)
29/04/2005 John Sculley: In hot pursuit of high profile for Qbit (Daniel Kilbank)
27/04/2005 MatrixView plans R&D centre in US (Arvind Thiagarajan)
24/04/2005 MatrixView to double R&D strength register for full access (Arvind Thiagarajan)
22/04/2005 MatrixView Limited today announced it has created a joint venture with Indian-based CIMAR (Arvind Thiagarajan)
18/04/2005 Matrixview-Agfa sign agreement (Arvind Thiagarajan)
05/04/2005 Matrix Review Shareholders Newsletter (Arvind Thiagarajan)
04/04/2005 MatrixView installs cardiac machine in Satya Sai Inst. (Arvind Thiagarajan)
04/04/2005 MatrixView solution goes live at Sathya Sai institute (Arvind Thiagarajan)
31/03/2005 Achieves PIXe Commercialisation Milestones (Peter Bevan)
19/03/2005 The latest StuffIt version (build now contains the JPG compression algorithm -24% taking first place in the JPG test (Allume Systems, Inc)
18/03/2005 The Source Code (MUST READ) (Jan Sloot)
17/03/2005 Satellite bandwidth compression technology for the M4, RBGAN and BGAN platforms (Worldwide Integrated Communication Solutions)
17/03/2005 New solution effectively increases the available M4 and RBGAN satellite bandwidth tenfold over MPEG2 (Worldwide Integrated Communication Solutions)
16/03/2005 Worldwide Integrated Communication Solutions, a division of DV Laptop, Inc., Launches a Web Compression Solution for the GAN Industry (Worldwide Integrated Communication Solutions)
23/02/2005 De broncode Dutch (Jan Sloot)
20/02/2005 Uwe Prochnow & Atvisican AG, Essen - geniale neu Videokomprimierung "Made in Germany" German (Uwe Prochnow)
14/02/2005 Pilot Study National University Hospital Singapore (Arvind Thiagarajan)
12/02/2005 Creditors to settle (Adam Clark)
10/02/2005 Das muss jeder gesehen haben ! Die Zukunft des MPEG: kein MPEG ! German (Uwe Prochnow)
08/02/2005 Media World administrator backs new deal (Adam Clark)
08/02/2005 Adam to regain his platform? (Adam Clark)
07/02/2005 Matrixview Holds Talks To Implement New Technology (Arvind Thiagarajan)
07/02/2005 Admin urges $4m deal to save MWC (Adam Clark)
06/02/2005 Hundred movies in one DVD? (Arvind Thiagarajan)
04/02/2005 Videomagic? Der Traum von der perfekten Videokompression German (Uwe Prochnow)
04/02/2005 MatrixView launches compression technology (Arvind Thiagarajan)
04/02/2005 MatrixView strengthens its management team as it enters commercialisation phase (Arvind Thiagarajan)
04/02/2005 MatrixView to offer digital tech for banks (Arvind Thiagarajan)
02/02/2005 De broncode - Het blijft knap Dutch (Jan Sloot)
29/01/2005 Adam Clark Compression platform similar to On2VP3 ? (Adam Clark)
29/01/2005 Adam Clark Compression platform similar to On2VP3 ? (Adam Clark)
29/01/2005 Adam Clark Compression platform similar to On2VP3 ? (Adam Clark)
28/01/2005 Media World shareholders file $35m writ (Adam Clark)
22/01/2005 MatrixView sets up US arm (Arvind Thiagarajan)
20/01/2005 Chaoticom Secures Deal with EMI Music for Full Track Mobile Downloads (Kevin Short)
20/01/2005 Statement of Claim Lodged by Administrator (Adams Clark)
18/01/2005 Amazing new super-ultra-hyper video compression technology! It sounds so good it MUST be true! (Daniel Kilbank)
16/01/2005 Qbit claims (Daniel Kilbank)
16/01/2005 Q-Bit does HDTV over Copper (Daniel Kilbank)
14/01/2005 Qbit is coming out with lossless compression (Daniel Kilbank)
11/01/2005 MatrixView starts US Operations (Arvind Thiagarajan)
07/01/2005 Qbit unveils new compression approach (Daniel Kilbank)
06/01/2005 Z-Image New Approach to Lossless Data Reduction? (Daniel Kilbank)
05/01/2005 Qbit Takes Wraps Off Z-Image(tm) Lossless Image Compression (Daniel Kilbank)
05/01/2005 Qbit announces release of Z-Image, a radical new approach to lossless data reduction (Daniel Kilbank)

31/12/2004 Guillaume Defossé (20 dvd-films op 1 cd-rom, lossless!) Dutch (Guillaume Defossé)
24/12/2004 Rapport bestrijdt datacompressieclaim Jan Sloot Dutch (Jan Sloot)
22/12/2004 'Uitvinding Jan Sloot onmogelijk' Dutch (Jan Sloot)
21/12/2004 Cellphones that rock (Kevin Short)
21/12/2004 De Broncode van Jan Sloot bestaat niet? Dutch (Jan Sloot)
15/12/2004 Inventor faces angry creditors register for full access (Adam Clark)
15/12/2004 Pieper: journalist bedriegt de zaak Dutch (Jan Sloot)
15/12/2004 Tech investors seek credit rights (Adam Clark)
13/12/2004 Creditors Letter (Adam Clark)
14/12/2004 MATRIXVIEW LIMITED ASX:MVU Real audio ((Arvind Thiagarajan)
12/12/2004 Adams Platform (Adams Clark)
11/12/2004 Tight squeeze for king of compression (Adam Clark)
08/12/2004 Letter to Shareholders (Adam Clark)
08/12/2004 Time, or crunch time, for MWC register for full access (Adam Clark)
07/12/2004 Report to Creditors (Adam Clark)
06/12/2004 Boek 'De Broncode' over Jan Sloot wordt verfilmd Dutch (Jan Sloot)
05/12/2004 I didn't get missing millions - inventor (Adam Clark)
04/12/2004 Boek 'De Broncode' wordt verfilmd Dutch (Jan Sloot)
04/12/2004 Assets thawed (Adam Clark)
03/12/2004 De Broncode wordt verfilmd Dutch (Jan Sloot)
03/12/2004 De Broncode wordt verfilmd Dutch (Jan Sloot)
03/12/2004 Inventor touts salvage deal (Adam Clark)
03/12/2004 Inventor touts salvage deal (Adam Clark)
03/12/2004 Media World Communications Ltd (Administrator Appointed) v Clark [2004] FCA 1609 (3 December 2004) (Adam Clark)
02/12/2004 Software guru has assets frozen (Adam Clark)
02/12/2004 Adam's assets frozen (Adam Clark)
02/12/2004 Tech millionaire sued over MWC failure (Adam Clark)
01/12/2004 Commencement of legal proceedings in Administration (Adam Clark)
01/12/2004 Media World takes action (Adam Clark)
30/11/2004 SingTel Mobile users can download music on their handsets (Kevin Short)
30/11/2004 Another Data Compression Scam - ASX MVU (Arvind Thiagarajan)
29/11/2004 Chaoticom and Phee! Phoo! Launch Mobile Music Service with Singapore's Largest Wireless Carrier SingTel (Kevin Short)
29/11/2004 'Australische Jan Sloot' gedaagd Dutch (Adam Clark)
28/11/2004 Investors to sue MWC for $40m register for full access (Adam Clark)
15/11/2004 WuXi PharmaTech signs licensing agreement with MatrixView (Arvind Thiagarajan)
12/11/2004 WuXi PharmaTech Signs A Licensing Agreement with MatrixView (Arvind Thiagarajan)
12/11/2004 WuXi PharmaTech Signs A Licensing Agreement with MatrixView (Arvind Thiagarajan)
12/11/2004 WuXi PharmaTech Signs A Licensing Agreement with MatrixView (Arvind Thiagarajan)
10/11/2004 After the horse has bolted (Arvind Thiagarajan)
03/11/2004 ProtoScience Announces 6TB ProtoDrive II System (Kyle Kirby)
03/11/2004 Deals, meals, honchos and horses register for full access (Adam Clark)
25/10/2004 Syniverse Enters Mobile Music Business with Chaoticom (Kevin Short)
20/10/2004 Chaoticom In Hungarian Mobile Download Market (Kevin Short)
20/10/2004 Pannon-Hungary Selects Chaoticom to Power its Mobile Music Service (Kevin Short)
13/10/2004 Creditors Letter PDF (Adam Clark)
08/10/2004 Verboden uitvindingen Dutch (Jan Sloot)
08/10/2004 Kort: Piepergate dicht; nabranders Meldpunt Dutch (Jan Sloot)
05/10/2004 Chaoticom Expands its Management Team (Kevin Short)
05/10/2004 Chaoticom Hires Adam Sexton (Kevin Short)
05/10/2004 Missing: $3 million and one platform (Adam Clark)
02/10/2004 Technology for health (Arvind Thiagarajan)
29/09/2004 Clark gets on MWC creditors committee register for full access (Adam Clark)
28/09/2004 Creditors line up for bite at Media World register for full access (Adam Clark)
24/09/2004 Appointment of Administrator (Adam Clark)
24/09/2004 Inventor faces crucial screen test register for full access (Adam Clark)
24/09/2004 A saga ends (Adam Clark)
24/09/2004 Tech man may put up funds (Adam Clark)
23/09/2004 Entrepreneur may put up funds register for full access (Adam Clark)
23/09/2004 Missing: $3 million and one platform (Adam Clark)
23/09/2004 Media World calls corporate doctor (Adam Clark)
23/09/2004 Philips-mysterie Dutch (Jan Sloot)
22/09/2004 Adams Platform scam finally collapsing (Adam Clark)
22/09/2004 Administrator Appointed (Adam Clark)
22/09/2004 Listless Media World calls in administrator register for full access (Adam Clark)
20/09/2004 Notice re: Adams Platform Technology (Adam Clark)
20/09/2004 ASX Announcement PDF (Adam Clark)
21/09/2004 Media World ASX announcement (Adam Clark)
21/09/2004 Media World pulls plug on inventor (Adam Clark)
21/09/2004 Media World pulls plug on inventor (Adam Clark)
21/09/2004 Media World pulls plug on inventor register for full access (Adam Clark)
21/09/2004 De Broncode Dutch (Jan Sloot)
20/09/2004 Shaky platform register for full access (Adam Clark)
20/09/2004 ASX Announcement PDF (Adam Clark)
19/09/2004 Boek: De Broncode Dutch (Jan Sloot)
16/09/2004 Meningsverschil over Sloot Decoding Dutch (Jan Sloot)
16/09/2004 More commentary on The Adams Platform (Adam Clark)
16/09/2004 The Adams Platform "merely replicates compression technology already widely available" (Adam Clark)
15/09/2004 Tests knock holes in Adams Platform claims register for full access (Adam Clark)
14/09/2004 De broncode Part 2 Dutch (Jan Sloot)
14/09/2004 De doodsoorzaak van Jan Sloot Dutch (Jan Sloot)
14/09/2004 Nieuwe broncode op de markt, of toch niet?... Dutch (Jan Sloot)
14/09/2004 Capital ideas register for full access (Adam Clark)
13/09/2004 Sloot-vinding houdt gemoederen bezig Dutch (Jan Sloot)
13/09/2004 Nieuwe poll: Pieper in de sloot Dutch (Jan Sloot)
13/09/2004 Het Jan Sloot (Digital Coding) Mistery #2 Dutch (Jan Sloot)
13/09/2004 PER.6C, de farmaceutische broncode Dutch (Jan Sloot)
13/09/2004 Jan Sloot - Geniale Datacompressie of Oplichter? Dutch (Jan Sloot)
13/09/2004 Het digitale compressiesysteem van Jan Sloot Dutch (Jan Sloot)
13/09/2004 Capital ideas register for full access (Adam Clark)
12/09/2004 De broncode Dutch (Adam Clark)
12/09/2004 broncode Jan Sloot fictie of ..... Dutch (Jan Sloot)
12/09/2004 de myte rond jan sloot Dutch (Jan Sloot)
12/09/2004 De broncode - deel 2 Dutch/Video (Jan Sloot)
11/09/2004 De broncode Dutch (Jan Sloot)
11/09/2004 Het Jan Sloot mysterie. Dutch (Jan Sloot)
10/09/2004 Roel Pieper geroosterd Dutch (Jan Sloot)
10/09/2004 Bizar boek over Pieper Dutch (Jan Sloot)
10/09/2004 Netwerk over geniale, dode uitvinder coderingstechniek Dutch (Jan Sloot)
10/09/2004 De broncode - deel 1 Dutch/Video (Jan Sloot)
10/09/2004 Media World stumbles (Adam Clark)
09/09/2004 Change to Compliance Officer (Adam Clark)
09/09/2004 Technology test raises doubts on Adams Platform register for full access (Adam Clark)
08/09/2004 2004 YOUNGRICH DEBUT $25 million Adam Clark 28 Technology (Adam Clark)
08/09/2004 Much-anticipated technology may not work for Media World (Adam Clark)
08/09/2004 Company fears technology fault (Adam Clark)
06/09/2004 Pieper speelde dubbelrol bij Philips Dutch (Jan Sloot)
06/09/2004 Pieper speelde dubbelrol bij Philips Dutch (Jan Sloot)
06/09/2004 Adams Platform Performance Claims Debunked (Adam Clark)
05/09/2004 Mobile music sweeping Europe thanks to UNH professor’s invention (Kevin Short)
02/09/2004 Matrix View Compression (Arvind Thiagarajan)
01/09/2004 New player aims to squeeze into the big time register for full access (Adam Clark)
01/09/2004 Former miner's rebirth as Media World hits snag register for full access (Adam Clark)
01/09/2004 ASX Announcement PDF (Adam Clark)
18/08/2004 ASX Reinstatement Date PDF (Adam Clark)
15/07/2004 AP Agreement Variation PDF (Adam Clark)
13/07/2004 Chaoticom and Telenor Mobil Launch Mobile Music Service (Kevin Short)
02/07/2004 ProtoDrive II System Unveiled (Kyle Kirby)
29/06/2004 MatrixView has local listing in sights register for full access (Arvind Thiagarajan)
28/06/2004 Singapore-based MatrixView to list on Aussie bourse (Arvind Thiagarajan)
18/06/2004 Technology Review and Developments PDF (Adam Clark)
13/05/2004 Closure of Offer PDF (Adam Clark)
03/05/2004 Change of Registered Office PDF (Adam Clark)
xx/05/2004 Kommen, sehen, staunen German (Uwe Prochnow)
22/04/2004 Stanley turns himself in, released (David Stanley/David Kim Stanley)
07/04/2004 Prospectus Announcement PDF (Adam Clark)
01/04/2004 Notice of Patent Process and Prospectus Offer PDF (Adam Clark)
29/03/2004 ABO - A Better Option! (Arvind Thiagarajan)
10/03/2004 Holy grail of data Compression about to come to market- via Australian whiz kid's algorithm (Adam Clark)
09/03/2004 Linien statt Pixel: PAL-Qualität über die Telefonleitung German (Uwe Prochnow)
09/03/2004 Holy grail of data Compression about to come to market- via Australian whiz kid's algorithm (Adam Clark)
02/03/2004 Acquisition of AP Group completed PDF (Adam Clark)
21/02/2004 super compressie Dutch (Guillaume Defossé)
18/02/2004 eTreppid Awarded IDIQ Contract for Compression, ATR, and Biometric Technology (Dennis Montgomery)
18/02/2004 eTreppid Awarded IDIQ Contract for Compression, ATR, and Biometric Technology (Dennis Montgomery)
17/02/2004 ABO compression reduce bandwidth demand short term, increase it long term? (Arvind Thiagarajan)
17/02.2004 Forget Bandwidth, Compression is the Key (Arvind Thiagarajan)
16/02/2004 Advice of Patent Lodgement PDF (Adam Clark)
13/02/2004 Reno company wins $30 million contract with US Special Ops (Dennis Montgomery)
xx/02/2004 Die Wunderbox German (Uwe Prochnow)

01/12/2003 Alternatief voor JPEG belooft betere kwaliteit Dutch (Arvind Thiagarajan)
28/11/2003 ABO aims to out-compress JPEG (Arvind Thiagarajan)
28/11/2003 S'pore firm aims to put squeeze on file sizes (Arvind Thiagarajan)
11/11/2003 Matrix evolution! (Arvind Thiagarajan)
01/11/2003 De vijfde kracht van Roel Pieper Dutch (Jan Sloot)
25/10/2003 Internet barstensvol kwaliteitsdocumentaires Dutch (Jan Sloot)
21/10/2003 De broncode (2) Dutch/+Audio (Jan Sloot)
20/10/2003 Expanded Applications for TAM Encoding Announced (Kyle Kirby)
14/10/2003 Investors backing Adam Clark (Adam Clark)
14/10/2003 De broncode (I) Dutch/+Audio (Jan Sloot)
07/10/2003 MatrixView getting data compression solution validated (Arvind Thiagarajan)
02/10/2003 News: The End To Our Compression Woes? (Arvind Thiagarajan)
23/09/2003 Chaoticom downloads $9M (Kevin Short)
xx/09/2003 Ogilvy Group invests in Sharpbyte software suite (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
28/08/2003 Priest gets nearly 6 years (Madison Priest)
17/07/2003 QuikCAT accelerating email and web page access by up to 14 times? (Olurinde Lafe)
14/07/2003 SEC Claim (Robert Snyder)
10/06/2003 Triple Attribute Method of Encoding Magnetic Data (TAM) (Kyle Kirby)
19/05/2003 Music Downloads: Chaoticom Inc. Gets $9M In New Funding (Kevin Short)
xx/05/2003 Sharpbyte awarded PWC’s New Business Award 2003 (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
23/04/2003 Storage On Demand (Kyle Kirby)
31/03/2003 Checking Up on Madison Priest (Madison Priest)
18/03/2003 Electronics Announces Breakthrough Data Compression Algorithm PDF (Greg Rice)
11/03/2003 eCom eCom Launches New Technology Division (eCom eCom.com Inc.)
07/03/2003 Sharpbyte to benefit from US business expertise and experience (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
27/03/2003 Launch of Miliki Software (Olurinde Lafe)
17/02/2003 QuikCAT Launches ZIP Killer (Olurinde Lafe)
24/01/2003 Are inventions just the magic box of investing? (Madison Priest)
xx/01/2003 Sharpbyte secures funding through Irish BES (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
xx/xx/2003 QuikCat Company Profile (Olurinde Lafe)

19/12/2002 eCom eCom Implements New Homeland Security Business Model (eCom eCom.com Inc.)
12/12/2002 DGSystem (Guillaume Defossé)
27/11/2002 MyPhotoZip Engineers Huge Bandwidth Cost Savings (eCom eCom.com Inc.)
25/11/2002 Two arrested in large marijuana-growing operation (Madison Priest)
12/11/2002 Oaks Day gives Adam a new platform (Adam Platform)
07/11/2002 eCom eCom's MyPhotoZip Puts the Squeeze on Digital Images; Compression Ratios of Up to 1,000:1 Break the Barriers to Speedy Transmission (eCom eCom.com Inc.)
01/11/2002 'World Beating' Video Compression Debuts (Adam Clark)
25/10/2002 Heeft Philips het wonderkastje van Jan Sloot gekraakt? Dutch (Jan Sloot)
xx/10/2002 Sharpbyte releases POP Publishing (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
12/09/2002 Take A HyperDrive On The Internet Super Highway (Jeff Fries)
19/08/2002 GE Interlogix selects advanced video compression technology from eTreppid for new family of video surveillance products (Dennis Montgomery)
19/08/2002 GE Interlogix selects advanced video compression technology from eTreppid for new family of video surveillance products (Dennis Montgomery)
19/08/2002 GE Interlogix Selects Video Technology Doc (Dennis Montgomery)
25/07/2002 eCom eCom Releases Secure Storage System (eCom eCom.com Inc.)
15/07/2002 eCom eCom Affiliate Program: The Smart Way to Market Technology Products (eCom eCom.com Inc.)
29/05/2002 CONTENT - Two hour movie, 25 frames per second. All in 16MB!?! (Guillaume Defossé)
21/05/2002 Magic Technology Sets Minds on Fire (Madison Priest)
17/05/2002 Le DGS : La grande révolution ?!? French (Guillaume Defossé)
15/05/2002 Defossé Guillaume Systems 25FPS Video (Defossé Guillaume)
06/05/2002 New QuikCAT multimedia technologies for PDAs and cell phones (Olurinde Lafe)
05/05/2002 Is it a 'magic box' or a high-tech hoax? (Madison Priest)
30/04/2002 E-mail attachments compressed 70-80% (Olurinde Lafe)
10/04/2002 QuikCAT Issued Patent for Digital Audio Data Coding & Compression (Olurinde Lafe)
26/03/2002 Start-up claims video-compression breakthrough (Adityo Prakash and Eniko Prakash)
25/03/2002 Pulsent breaks bandwidth bottleneck (Adityo Prakash and Eniko Prakash)
25/03/2002 Pulsent Breaks Bandwidth Bottleneck (Adityo Prakash and Eniko Prakash)
24/03/2002 Show time for new video compression (Adityo Prakash and Eniko Prakash)
01/03/2002 Questions Dog ZeoSync's Compression Claim (Peter St. George)
20/02/2002 Commentary: No miracles, just trade-offs (Peter St. George)
19/02/2002 The quest for near-perfect compression (Peter St. George)
07/02/2002 Smngprst Dutch (Jan Sloot, Peter St. George)
07/02/2002 QuikCAT's QuikTRAK Accelerates Revenues for ISPs (Olurinde Lafe)
06/02/2002 iNet Accelerator Version 3.03 Drives Down Cost of Ownership (Olurinde Lafe)
22/01/2002 Today's Featured Company is eCom eCom.com Inc. (OTCBB: ECEC) (eCom eCom.com Inc.)
21/01/2002 ZeoSync to Provide Testing Process For Scientific Community (Peter St. George)
16/01/2002 Firm Touts 'Perfect Compression' (Peter St. George)
14/01/2002 ZeoSync Expects Data Compression Science To Improve Wireless (Peter St. George)
10/01/2002 Is compression breakthrough too good to be true? (Peter St. George)
08/01/2002 ZeoSync Makes Claim of Compression Breakthrough (Peter St. George)
06/01/2002 Statement of Jim Slemp, President of Radical Systems, Inc. (Peter St. George)
06/01/2002 Statement of Dr. Piotr Blass, Chief Technology Advisor of ZeoSync Corporation (Peter St. George)

17/12/2001 Handhelds Making Inroads in Medical World - CATNIP (Olurinde Lafe)
12/12/2001 QuikCAT Patents Compression System (Olurinde Lafe)
24/11/2001 eCom: NASA Project to Focus on Security (eCom eCom.com Inc.)
20/11/2001 And Now, for Something Really New--We Hope (Guillaume Defossé)
19/11/2001 New invention: 20 DVD movies on 1 CD-Rom ! (Guillaume Defossé)
12/11/2001 PremierSoft, Inc. Announces Projected MyPicZip Product Development for its Joint Venture with eCom eCom.com, Inc. (Zyndecom Technologies, Inc, eCom eCom.com Inc., PremierSoft Inc.)
11/11/2001 Twintig DVD-films op één CD-ROM Dutch (Guillaume Defossé)
05/11/2001 Zbox turns a 110 Gybte drive into a 10 Tbyte one (Zyndecom Technologies, Inc)
02/11/2001 Antwerpenaar vindt nieuwe digitale compressietechniek uit Dutch (Guillaume Defossé)
26/10/2001 QuikCAT Introduces Network Intelligent Peripherals (CATNIP) (Olurinde Lafe)
01/09/2001 Who needs broadband anyway? (Adam Clark)
01/09/2001 Full screen video on 28.8m technology (Adam Clark)
31/08/2001 Media World Broadcasting, l´I2BP australien ? French (Adam Clark)
24/08/2001 eCom reports ownership details in venture (Zyndecom Technologies, Inc, eCom eCom.com Inc.)
06/08/2001 NCS DataCom to sell QuikCAT Software Product (Olurinde Lafe)
16/06/2001 XSC Technology Provides More Image Data, No JPEG Artifacts, Faster Transmission (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
11/04/2001 Het Sloot Digital Coding System (SDCS) Dutch (Jan Sloot)
09/04/2001 Securities and Exchange Commission, Alphacom, Inc. (Robert Snyder)
26/03/2001 8-K, Alphacom, Inc. (Robert Snyder)
07/03/2001 Using chaos to improve the Net and turn a profit (Kevin Short)
24/02/2001 Vinding Jan Sloot 'absolute onzin' Dutch (Jan Sloot)
11/02/2001 File Flow Announces Strategic Partnership With Charrette ProGraphics (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
02/02/2001 De 'revolutionaire uitvinding' ? Dutch (Jan Sloot)
02/02/2001 Dutch TV KRO Netwerk 02/02/2001 Dutch video (Jan Sloot)
xx/02/2001 Quote Januari/Februari 2001 Dutch (Jan Sloot)
26/01/2001 Bedrijf Roel Pieper mislukt door sterfgeval Dutch (Jan Sloot)

05/12/2000 Nortel Buys Stake in QuikCAT (Olurinde Lafe)
23/10/2000 $5M in Paws of QuikCAT® Thanks to Investment by Nortel (Olurinde Lafe)
10/10/2000 QuikCAT® Receives $5 Million Investment From Nortel Networks (Olurinde Lafe)
02/10/2000 FileFlow licenses FastSend image compression/transmission solution to Ezyserve (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
25/09/2000 Chapter 11 reorganization Update (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
01/09/2000 Chapter 11 reorganization Update (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
30/08/2000 Seybold: FileFlow Starts Mac Support (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
10/08/2000 FORM SB-2/A Alphacom, Inc. (Robert Snyder)
27/07/2000 The Great Internet Con (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
14/07/2000 Pixelon Corporation commenced a Chapter 11 reorganization case on July 6, 20 (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
14/07/2000 Pixelon's new management recommended to the board of directors to commence a Chapter 11 reorganization case (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
10/07/2000 Fileflow slims attachments (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
06/07/2000 New Norwegian Company Enables Mission-Critical Digital Image Workflow for World's Largest Advertising Agencies (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
28/06/2000 Fileflow announces second round of venture funding (Nils-Johan Pedersen)
26/06/2000 The Great Internet Con (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
26/06/2000 The Great Internet Con (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
26/06/2000 Pixelon.com announced effective June 20, 2000 a change of senior management (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
14/05/2000 Short Take: Pixelon.com founder turns self in (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
12/05/2000 Pixelon issues sweeping layoffs after founder's arrest (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
17/04/2004 Pixelon.com founder confesses he is fugitive embezzler (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)

18/10/1999 Pixelon Intros TV-Quality Broadcast Network Technology (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
27/09/1999 Short Take: Sprint to provide backbone for Web video firm (Michael Fenne/David Kim Stanley)
12/03/1999 Palatka firm, Teddy Turner sued in tech dispute (Madison Priest )

24/05/1998 Video magic a world beater (Adam Clark)
19/05/1998 Sending TV down the phone line (Adam Clark)
19/05/1998 Sending TV down the phone line (Adam Clark)

xx/11/1995 WEB Technologies' Amazing Compression? June 1992 article (Earl Bradley)

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