New Features on Rethink(ip)

Posted by Douglas Sorocco at April 28, 2005 08:10 PM

For those of you following via RSS, there are some new features on the Rethink(ip) blog.

  • A new navigation bar across the top.
  • A “Rethink’rs” page with more information about Steve, Matt and myself.
  • The item that most excites me — an “Eavesdrop” section and “Eavesdrop RSS Feed

The Eavesdrop section is an experiment.  We really like what the Between Lawyers crew is doing over at Corante and thought we would extend it to our Rethink(ip) project. 

In essence – the Eavesdrop section is your opportunity to eavesdrop in on the email conversations Matt, Steve and I have offline.  To show you what is “behind the conference room doors” as Dennis Kennedy put it recently.   We share a lot of information while hammering out ideas and we thought we should make this information available to you and give you an opportunity to see the process we go through when discussing IP issues.

We are still experimenting with the format – so let us know what you like and what you would like to see more of – in fact, email us some questions and we will use it for Eavesdrop fodder.  We won’t use your name in our responses, so have no fear.

So – take a look at Rethink(ip) Eavesdrop and let us know what you think.

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Sean Says:

April 29, 2005 12:48 AM

Why is patent law so underappreciated outside of Law School?

I remember starting up in industry fresh out of grad school and being handed a couple of patents. It was the first time I had ever seen one. I had no idea where to start. My traditional education had focused on developing research and written communication skills which revolved around scientific journals and grant/proposal writing. It completely neglected to prepare me for life in an industry setting which emphasized the almighty patent.

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