Blawg Review #179
The IP.Com team celebrates the 70th anniversary of the ballpoint pen by penning Blawg Review #179. Not surprisingly, this issue of Blawg Review focuses heavily on IP and patent-related posts. But if you don't follow those topics closely, you'll still find plenty of interesting tidbits such as Patent Baristas' preview of "Flash of Genius," a movie about the landmark patent case involving the intermittent windshield wiper; Eric Lane's news that Green Patent Blog's trademark application was rejected; and Eric Menhart's analysis at Cyber Law of whether a third party's use of a political candidate's name as domain name raises infringement issues.
But the coolest link in this week's Blawg Review isn't law related at all: Check out these 10-foot "photographs" drawn with the humble ball point pen.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on September 29, 2008 at 12:17 PM | Permalink
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