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[Comments] (1) : I came up with an idea today which is not particularly clever, but which I think I could get a patent on if it's not already patented. It's the same caliber of ridiculous stuff that gets software patents put on it, and I was idly kicking around the meta-idea of actually trying to get a patent on it to use an example of ridiculousness. Does this make any kind of sense or is it all a sucker's game?


Posted by Josh Myer at Sun Jun 12 2005 14:53

Patents are expensive trivialities. Were i a patent lawyer, or just married to one, i would have many, many dumb little patents. Otherwise, they're not worth it unless you really plan to recoup your 2k$ investment.

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