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  • As AC was converting cars to electric power, it attracted the attention of Martin Eberhard, a Silicon Valley computer engineer who dreamed of driving a high-performance electric car.

    AC Propulsion has been electrifying cars for decades

  • One correction - Tesla was started by Martin Eberhard with Musk's assistance.

    A fast food morning with the Tesla Roadster Sport - Boing Boing

  • Martin Eberhard, who founded Tesla and left the company on bad terms, started the blog and was dishing a lot of dirt on Tesla.

    Blog fodder for your RSS feeder

  • Tesla Motors has left founder Martin Eberhard by the side of the road months before the Silicon Valley electric car company rolls its hotly-anticipated Roadster supercar off the production line and into the hands of celebrity customers like the Google founders and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

    Tesla Motors founder ousted « Isegoria

  • Tesla Motors has left founder Martin Eberhard by the side of the road months before the Silicon Valley electric car company rolls its hotly-anticipated Roadster supercar off the production line and into the hands of celebrity customers like the Google founders and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

    Tesla Motors founder ousted « Isegoria

  • Tesla was the brainchild of Silicon Valley entrepreneur Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning, who co-founded the Rocket e-book firm.

    Tesla Motor’s 130 mph Electric Car | Impact Lab

  • Tesla Motors co-founders Marc Tarpenning (left) and Martin Eberhard stand next to a Tesla Roadster electric sports car at the company headquarters in San Carlos.

    Tesla Motor’s 130 mph Electric Car | Impact Lab

  • No matter how SDMI encodes a song, explains Martin Eberhard, the CEO of Nuvomedia, which manufactures electronic books, it must be listened to in unscrambled form, which means that somewhere on the computer the song exists in "plaintext," as cryptographers call it.

    The Heavenly Jukebox

  • The Secure Digital Music Initiative will be broken, argues Martin Eberhard, the e-book manufacturer, not so much because of the Internet but because of the combination of the Internet and personal computers.

    The Heavenly Jukebox

  • No matter how SDMI encodes a song, explains Martin Eberhard, the CEO of Nuvomedia, which manufactures electronic books, it must be listened to in unscrambled form, which means that somewhere on the computer the song exists in "plaintext," as cryptographers call it.

    The Heavenly Jukebox

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