AWA IP Blog has been around, and it may not even be that new -- but it's new to him, which is the main thing. It's posting around one item a month at the moment which, many folk tell the Kat, is about as much extra reading as they can cope with.
here) he quite forgot to tell the organisers of his aversion to cliched lightbulb symbolism -- so don't be surprised to see a sawn-off lightbulb image on the front page of the brochure. Better news is that IPKat team member Jeremy is chairing a wonderful cast of speakers which includes fellow Kat Matt Fisher, IPO Chief Economist Tony Clayton, leading IP bloggers David Musker (Class 99) and Hugo Cox (1709 Blog), JIPLP contributors Darren Meale, Nigel Parker and Ben Allgrove, plus longstanding IP gurus Trevor Cook and John Hull, and let's not forget Aaron Wood and Mark Ridgway either. There will be a competition. Details to follow.
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patched up a quarrel which began in 1978, when convergence was hardly even a twinkle in the technologist's eye. In the days when computers couldn't do much more than arithmetic and word-processing, and sound recordings were sold in shops, who would have imagined that computers could handle music too? Anyway, Beatles recordings will at last be available from Apple iTunes.