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Will you be victimized by a patent terrorist?

Will you be victimized by a patent terrorist?

Although he doesn't come right out and say it, Richard Wilder, who is a partner with law firm Sidley Austin Brown & Wood and is also an intellectual-property counsel for the Association for Competitive Technology has labeled SCO as a "patent terrorist." Wilder's definition of a patent terrorists is a company whose business model is based on patent litigation as athreat and licensing as a revenue source.

January 6, 2005 by in Legal

Bookmark: Answers.com

Bookmark: Answers.com

GuruNet is one of my most valued "micro" applications. It provides answers to basic queries, using over 100 reference sources, including dictionaries, encyclopedias, Wikipedia, and sources for government, legal, science, medical, sports, religion, arts and culture info.

January 4, 2005 by in Tech Industry

iWork + iLife = Apple

iWork + iLife = Apple

Rumors are now flying that Apple is prepping iWork, a Microsoft Office competitor that includes an updated version of Keynote, Apple's PowerPoint equivalent, and a new word processor (an old term from the early days of office automation--how about document maker). So...

January 4, 2005 by in Apple

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