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NY Times: “A Republic of Letters: Review of “Common As Air“:
Intellectual property has become such a hot topic that it needs to be doused with some history. Strange as it may sound, this is an argument developed convincingly in Lewis Hyde’s “Common as Air,” an eloquent and erudite plea for protecting our
Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos. Interesting quote:
Brand is a lagging indicator of a company’s culture.
Are there any law firms with a Zappos-like culture?
The pairs of images in this “Similarities” set are similar visually in one way or another. They are presented without judgement as to the motives of their creators. The viewers of the pieces can form their own opinion(s) about what they see.
CNBC emailed this plug request:
Wednesday, July 14 “Crime Inc: Counterfeit Goods” premieres at 9p ET/PT on CNBC.
CNBC Originals goes inside the most profitable criminal enterprise in the world. An undeclared war is being waged in the United States and it’s robbing U.S. businesses, costing American jobs, and bankrolling terrorism. You’ll be shocked by
WhitServe had sued Computer Packages, Inc. for patent infringement relating to patent annuity and trademark renewal payment services. After winning at trial, WhitServe has now sued customers of CPi, including Intel, Brinks Hofer and GE.
Complaint Whitserve v Intel Brinks Et Al Patent Docketing
Stately, plump Buck Mulligan came from the stairhead, bearing a bowl of lather on which a mirror and a razor lay crossed.
There, you’ve started Ulysses. You’ve gotten this far, might as well finish it.
Bloomsday activities in NY here.
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Entertainment Industry Conference
Lucky’s Lounge, 355 Congress Street, 8 pm. We will be sharing the room with ‘Meet the Bloggers IIXLV.”
In honor of the INTA Annual Meeting, I was asked to host Blawg Review this week (neither me nor Blawg Review having learned his lesson the last time). Once there were so few IP blogs, the name THE TRADEMARK BLOG was available. Now, there are so many, one of the few names left is…