I’m still shuddering. I was supposed to appear on Fox Business Live (a streaming version of Fox Business) to discuss the IP aspects of Google’s dispute with China. Then this morphed into ‘the IP aspects of Secy of State Clinton’s Internet Freedom speech’ (which was a very good speech even though there was little to do with IP). Then we’re live on the air and the anchor asks me about the Bank of China lowering interest rates. As I launch into it, I’m thinking “did he just ask me about interest rates?” To my credit, I did not allow the question to affect my answer. And I was able to work in the line “I can get you a Chinese Trademark Application from my computer in New York.” I should have offered a special Fox Business viewer discount. Call now. And I have some thoughts on IP protection in China, unused.