January 2008
Lawyer;1/28/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p2
Trade Publication
The article presents commentaries on two different blogs that focus on the legal activities on the web. It includes the blog called What The Funny (WTF) Patents or http://wftpatents.com, which talks about all the funniest odds and sods of the patent world. Meanwhile, the blog of the Le Petit Musée des Marques or www.museedesmarques.org is also included. It states that the entry, which talk about internet protocol (IP), is a lot more philosophical and less sensational.


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