|LES: from Ming |
|No, Roger doesn't|
look like this -- but
an internet search
for him threw up
“We need help to better follow and identify the proposed changes, work out the likely consequences, and moderate the harm the changes might make",adding
"We need to bring in professional expertise to help design and implement high quality training as patent attorneys and providing education to keep all our members at the top of their game”.This Kat, who has followed CIPA for many years, is impressed at Roger's statement that help is needed. An admission that help is required is too often seen as a concession of weakness, rather than as a constructive recognition of how to begin to improve things. Merpel adds: in one of those What-Harvard-Business-School-Never-Tells-You books, the author stated that there are three things which, if you can't say them, you will never succeed: they are "I don't know", "I was wrong" and "I need help". One out of three is an encouraging start.
Music Law Updates and 1709 Blog) for this link to "Chris Hadfield, 'Space Oddity,' and copyright law in space", posted to Science and Space by Mark Whittington last week. The event that triggered this piece was the performance by the Canadian astronaut of the Dave Bowie classic in space. You can compare Chris Hadfield's version with Dave Bowie's original. More to the point, did was a licence to perform sought and obtained from the copyright owner -- and was such licence even required, given the location of the performance? Readers' comments are of course welcome.