Monthly Archives: February 2012

Game Over, Indeed

Sometimes, it’s hard to be succinct. This might be one of those times. If you don’t know who Jennifer Hepler is, then don’t worry. Until this morning, I didn’t know who she was either. But then I did some reading. more »

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Too Close for Missiles, I’m Switching to Computers

Have you noticed a trend lately? Reports of hacking are pretty much daily now — and they aren’t just inconsequential, trivial things. Most recently, the CIA website. The Commerce Department. FBI phone calls. VeriSign, and other Fortune 500 companies. And more »

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New Patent Processing Acceleration Program

The USPTO announced the new Patents for Humanity program. The program is meant to encourage development of technologies that can be used to “engage in humanitarian efforts.” Inventions in medical technology, food and nutrition, clean technology, and information technology are more »

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Sexy Superbowl Ads ~ Worth Every Penny!…Right?

“Sex Sells!” How many times have we heard that famous tag line? Well, as we all know, it’s more than a hackneyed saying. In fact, it is often the model that various companies abide by for their advertising initiatives. But more »

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