use pounce in a sentence.
He made something called Pounce too that did quite well.
Was Pounce really "stuff people want"?
Not something to worry about unless you know you're working in an area with known patent trolls ready to pounce.
Then it's not patent trolling as they're actually designing things, not just sitting on their patents and waiting to pounce.
Also, set up an RSS feed on a Craigslist search (check out the bottom right hand corner of the screen), and pounce pounce pounce.
There's always some gearhead out there eager to pounce on every little inaccuracy in order to impress everyone with their deep knowledge of automobiles, isn't there?
Naive randomly selected lawmakers are just going to be pounced on by significantly more experienced and predatory lobbyists.
Why do we keep waiting for questions on "how do I search hacker news", to pounce and share this link?
I'm sure there are a number of groups waiting for September 15th to pounce on the opportunity to provide this service: Inexpensive (or free) Diaspora hosting, that's transparent and easy to manage.
Nice idea though, hopefully they open source the important guts before Apple's lawyer-jackals pounce.
I think those savvy enough to have pounced on the deal knew what they were buying -- an amazing product for the price.
There was a company in the UK that did that, and got pounced on by Trading Standards.
What would they think of putting "suspicious" people on a list so the govt could pounce on them the minute they try to cross the border?
The word I've been using internally for this: pounceability.
I remember a lunch I had with Kent Beck in Zurich in 1998 (I think) and I was all set to pounce on him with this idea I had of a new approach and he instead pounced on me first with XP.
This is a great quote:As an entrepreneur, Mr Semmoto "looks for the contradiction" (as he puts it) and then pounces.