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Re: Appeals court revisits Eolas decision

From: Jim <jim@idexer.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2005 00:48:16 -0700
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I gotta laugh at this entire patent dispute, Microsoft, Doyle, USPTO, 
UC--everyone including all the other imaginable tech patent disputes 
floating out there. No one can make patent claims for most of all 
patents regarding computers or computer user interactive apllications. 
What we all have today and use was demostrated and beamed into ours 
homes every week to demsotrate right before our very own eyes on  TV. 
It isn't Doyle or Acaicia and the rest of them patent holders--it all 
leads from one man named Gene.

Everything that can be imgined today you can bet Gene already 
demostrated it to us every week on Star Trek. Wireless communications; 
remote wireless surveillance; computer voice interaction; hand-helds; 
removable storage; digital media transmission and display;  digital 
media storage and playback on demand......and a bizarre and utterly 
alien concept for many at home watching: binary data transmission.

Gene invalidates all these so-called controversial computer patents out 
there today and what is most disgusting about it is they give Gene ZERO 
credit for his prior art of demostrating it to tens of millions of 
people long before such claims ever reached the USPTO.

Jim Smyser
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