I’ve been following the Apple v. Samsung patent case in The Wall Street Journal. This is another aspect of the story, which is possibly more interesting, as it directly involves the media.
Reuters Wants to Publish Un-redacted IBM-Samsung Patent License Agreement, Apple v. Samsung; IBM Moves to Block (GrokLaw)
GrokLaw is a great resource. It is very densely packed with content! I rarely need that level of detail, but when I do, GrokLaw is the place to check. They are not neutral, nor do they claim to be.
Note that Reuters has not yet published anything, although the judge ruled that Reuters is allowed to publish the document.
Are You Reading This? That Is So Cool.
WHAT’S up, Times readers?
Normally right now you’d be nodding off over a very thoughtful prescription for offering Qaddafi an honorable exile at a plastic surgery teaching hospital. But not today, people! Because I deleted that snoozer when I hacked my way in here.
That’s right. I hacked the Op-Ed page."
Actually, this might be due to the hyper-abundance of economic news and drama lately, and The Economist’s reaction, of staying on top of it, rater than getting behind as many of the rest of us have?
I like the Onion!
This post courtesy of our friends at The Onion.