|Egypt: home to the earliest evidence|
that cats were once human too
here). The Editorial, which is available online to everyone via the jiplp weblog, whether they subscribe to the journal or not, raises the issue of "instant brands" and the sudden rise last year in the brand potential of the 33 Chilean miners who were rescued after an unprecedented set of events that captured the world's imagination. You can read it here.
|" ... and I tell you the patent's|
invalid!", he shouted
|The Temperance Bar at Glasgow's|
Grand Central Hotel, famed for its
Robert Burns Elderflower and
The Discography announces:
"Our central Database includes 1,300 entries covering 2,400 court opinions (including over 30,000 pieces of data) spanning almost 200 years, fully summarized and searchable by numerous variables, featuring nearly every artist you'll think of (many you won't), covering copyrights and contracts, trusts, torts and more. There's also a Blog and up-to-date legal music News to boot. The Discography: Legal Encyclopedia of Popular Music has arrived".It looks as though its sole focus is the United States -- so let's hope that some good soul with a good deal of time on his or her hands, and who truly doesn't mind being distracted from day-to-day work, will put together a pan-European version. If anyone volunteers to do this, the IPKat will be happy to publicise their efforts and spread the word once the database is up-and-running.