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USPTO fights Geeklog | 186 comments | Create New Account
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Error #1019 on that link
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, November 23 2012 @ 01:05 PM EST
Not quite sure what that means though. The only thing I found with some googling
is 'System could not allocate the required space in a registry log.'.
Considering I am running Linux this might be a windows server issue, or I might
not have found the correct error code.

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USPTO fights Geeklog
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, November 23 2012 @ 01:17 PM EST
Could you pls post the Patent Nr, then we can look it up on google.
This is the second one in 2 days where a USPTO url has been posted
here and Geeklog, or the user's system or something, has wrapped
and htmlised the url in a fashion that the USPTO system can no
longer read. I'd rather blame USPTO, their system looks grossly
over-engineered, but then they do have to deal with patent attys.

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Micorsoft gets an augmented reality pattent
Authored by: Wol on Saturday, November 24 2012 @ 07:32 AM EST
Sci-Fi writers document the idea. Patents are supposed to document the
implementation.

Take the water-bed, for example. First "invented" in a novel. That
doesn't stop a manufacturer saying "I've made a real waterbed. This is how
I did it. Give me a patent". But it DOES stop them going to another
manufacturer and saying "Hey, you're making waterbeds. I've patented that.
Stop right now!".

Geo-stationary satellites were rather different - Arthur C Clark being a
scientist when he "invented" them in his novels, he went into a lot of
detail about how to do it. All that detail promptly became unpatentable.

Cheers,
Wol

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