The View Through The Polemoscope

 Putting The Spy World In Perspective 

   A polemoscope is an optical device that looks like a small telescope. It dates back to the opera
houses of the late 1700s where curious patrons used it to spy on other members of the audience
while the polemoscope was pointed at the stage. A mirror set at an angle inside the device gives
a clear 45-degree angle view to the side.

   A small polemoscope sits on my desk as a constant reminder that the world is changing in ways
that require new viewpoints and new perspectives. The polemoscope doesn't magnify or distort
what I see; it simply allows me to look at the world from a different angle. This is the first step in understanding business espionage.

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                                                     October  2021

    NEW Edition "101 Questions & Answers About Business Espionage"

ISBN: 0-916775-02-X

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