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Sun Aug 28



Patents: Guatemalan Inventor has his idea nicked by Microsoft
Theinquirer [PATENT]
A federal jury in California has awarded an inventor a nearly $9 million judgment in a patent infringement lawsuit against Microsoft. The 1994 patent was for software linking the companys Excel spreadsheet and Access database programs. [...]




Sun Aug 28



Inventors: Exclusive interview with seminal 1960s computer isionary Doug Engelbart --hes still here and looking for funding
Siliconvalleywatcher [INVENTORS]
Mr Engelbart and his teams of researchers at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) shaped the look and feel of the PC, as John Markoff chronicles in his latest book What the Dormouse Said: How the Sixties Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry. Mr Markoffs book raises the profile of Mr Engelbart, well known as the inventor of the computer mouse, and less well known for his seminal work in creating many of the concepts later found in the personal computer. [...]




Sun Aug 28



"Bone-Aid" an innovative flexible cast
Innovationedge.com [CAST]
Remember those old plaster casts? I remember the discomfort of these casts for broken bones, but here's an idea that I thought I'd share today: Bone-Aid casts, that I think might make the process of healing broken or fractured bones more comfortable. These were designed by students from Tunghai University in China. The casts aren't [...]

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