7 Jul


Let’s re-visit 2000 and the .com bubble.


Well, what do you know.  Seems like Media Fusion, LLC is doing new construction. Media Fusion, LLC’s President at the time was Edwin Gibb Blair and its Chairman and Chief Scientist was William “Luke” Stewart.  A Dallas, Texas start-up to use Broad Band Over Power Line technology to connect the many users of the early world-wide-web (“also known to the Media Fusion group as the “World-Wide-Wait”).  Anyway, Dallas, Texas and Media Fusion, LLC started quite a review of the value of capital assets. “telephony based assets”.

Here is a link to the original website hosted by weboutsourcing.  Thanks for keeping it alive for all these years.  I truly thank you.

The invention of Media Fusion’s Chief Scientist U.S. Patent 5,982,276 was first acclaimed and then Mr. William “Luke” Stewart found that the axiom that “No good deed goes unpunished!” seemed to be reality.  I suppose now is the appropriate time to add the requisite disclaimer.


William “Luke” Stewart

President, Chief Science Officer

Energy Parametrics & Communication, Incorporated

A Delaware Corporation

13901 Midway Road, Suite 175

Dallas, Texas 75244



P please consider your environment – think before you print!

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I suppose I should mention that Energy Parametrics & Communications, Inc. is not an owner of any interest in Media Fusion, LLC.  However, its President, Mr. William “Luke” Stewart is an interested party to the business operations of Media Fusion, LLC (now deliquent) in the Great State of Texas.  It’s probably due to the “Sequester”.  (or not).

If any of you want to review the current information on the interest in the patent mentioned above…. please take a look at

Good Hunting and Thanks for your support and questions.  Oh, and don’t forget the support from Wired Magazine  9.11 or Wired 9.11.

Wired 9.11: The Electric Kool-Aid Bandwidth Test



2 Responses to “MEDIA FUSION, LLC (Hmmm.)”

  1. powerluke July 7, 2013 at 4:11 pm #

    Reblogged this on A Key! and commented:

    Koolaid or technology??? That is the question.


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