What was the internal code name for the hardware that Tom was developing?
"Well, I'd say the problems are of the order of magnitude we general experience at this point."

"I'm interested to hear that," Nichols said, "because earlier today, Meredith indicated to us that the problems were actually quite serious. She said you might ever have to go back to the drawing board."

How should he play it now? He'd already said that the problems were not so bad. He couldn't back down. Sanders took a breath and said, "I hope I haven't conveyed the wrong impression to Meredith. Because I have full confidence in our ability to manufacture the Twinkle drive."

"I'm sure you do," Nichols said. "But we're looking down the barrel at competition from Sony and Philips, and I'm not sure that a simple expression of your confidence is adequate."

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In your book Disclosure, how were you able to use the company name Digicom as Michael Douglas' employer since that is actually the name of an existing technology company. We didn't know at the time. Or maybe Digicom came after the movie. I can't remember now. Anyway, they don't seem to mind.

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