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Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Past Historic: a list of posts

This Kat would like to say a big "thank you" to the people who have emailed him with their kind words concerning the recent making available of a number of his old IP history writings in this weblog's Past Historic series.  For the convenience of people who have been chasing these items up, the IPKat is taking this opportunity at the relatively quiet year-end to compile a little list of all the Past Historic posts for ease of reference:
Having determined that this document was to all
intents and purposes unintelligible, historians soon
realised that they had stumbled on an ancient
Egyptian patent specification ...
1: How patents for inventions came from Venice to England (here
2: Prince Albert and the etchings (here
3: Copyright infringement and the tale of St Columba (here
4: Would you like to sin with Elinor Glyn? (here
5: Common law copyright in England (here
6: Elzie Segar, icon creator (here
7: Sir Arthur Kekwich: was he really the worst judge? (here
8: Charles Dickens and 'The Poor Man's Tale of a Patent' (here
9: When plastic is magic: the early days of Lego (here)

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