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From: <solman@mit.edu>
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 1995 19:41:25 EDT
Message-Id: <9508212341.AA03504@ua.MIT.EDU>
To: miked@eolas.com (Mike Doyle)
Cc: www-talk@w3.org

Mike said to Pei,

|> We've had this discussion before (last September, remember?).  You
|> admitted then that you did NOT release or publish anything like this
|> before the Eolas demonstrations.

Mike, for your information and education, it is the date of _invention_
that relevant in the United States. The date of publication is only
relevant if you filed more than one year latter (in which case the patent
is also invalid).

[Which is not to imply that there is not other prior art or that EOLAS has
done anything sufficiently novel to be called an invention.]

Jason W. Solinsky
Received on Monday, 21 August 1995 19:41:35 UTC

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