Wednesday whimper

The IPKat's favourite place to go
for a holiday break is his own
little basket ...
On a personal note, IPKat team-member Jeremy just wants to say "sorry" for not getting the usual Wednesday Whimsies up before being timed out by his holiday plans over the next week or so. If you are one of the people whom he was promising to praise, promote or shamelessly plug in the near future -- just be patient and hang on in there!

Jeremy will be back before the end of the month -- and may even spring into blogging action once or twice while in holiday mode -- but for the rest of this week and the whole of next week the rest of the team (minus Neil, who is also taking a bit of a break) will be in charge.
Wednesday whimper Wednesday whimper Reviewed by Jeremy on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Rating: 5


  1. Jeremy:

    Happy Holiday to the old Tom Cat himself.

    BTW, where has Amerikat been lately? One hopes that she has not become a stray Kat.

  2. The AmeriKat has not strayed or become a stray, she is in fact in the middle of a trial so has been stalking the court rooms of the Rolls Building in London over the past couple of weeks. She will be back in a matter of days....

  3. Did any of the Kats go to Norway to attend the 100 year anniversary conference at the Norwegan patent ofice (NIPO)? I heard no updates about it here.

    It is streamed live:


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