Wednesday, August 27, 2008

The future "sadly is not in newspapers"

Jay Mariotti, (former) sports writer for the Chicago Sun-Times, told the Chicago Tribune he had resigned, and observed:

that it became clear while in China that sports journalism had become "entirely a Web site business. There were not many newspapers there." (...) He said he "is talking with a lot of Web sites" and added that the future of his business "sadly is not in newspapers."

IPBiz notes the future is probably not in law reviews either. One wonders if John R. Thomas ever modified his improper analysis in PANEL I: KSR V. TELEFLEX: THE NONOBVIOUSNESS REQUIREMENT OF PATENTABILITY (17 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L. J. 875 (2007))

Do the published applications of 2001 tell us about patent grant rate?

Maybe the future is in biomolecular computing. [Pengcheng Fu]


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