Monday, March 02, 2009

Not better late than never

Back on 20 Dec 08, IPBiz had noted of an article by LBE on gold-plated patents in Intellectual Property Today:

A variant of the Intellectual Property Today article had been submitted to IPFrontline, who refused to publish it.

Specifically, IPFrontline had the opportunity to publish the article well BEFORE the election, but didn't. IPT was willing to publish it.

Surprise, six days after Obama became president, IPFrontline DID publish the article, The Problem with 'Gold-Plated' Patents.


see post Wikipedia scrubs Obama eligibility which notes

According to, Wikipedia is the seventh most trafficked website on the Internet. A Google search for the words "Barack Obama" brings up the president's Wikipedia page in the top four choices, following two links to Obama's official websites.

Ayers, Wright also missing in Obama's bio

The entire Wikipedia entry on Obama seems to be heavily promotional toward the U.S. president. It contains nearly no criticism or controversy, including appropriate mention of important issues where relevant.


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