(This is a long article, most likely of interest only to obsessive alpine skiers, or people interested in the gory details of patent litigation.)
Warnings and Disclaimers!
I am not a patent lawyer. My opinions have no legal weight or standing.
This article is entirely my opinion, including all pronouncements about the business practices of various ski [ . . . ]
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“A new study by researchers at the University of California at Berkeley and Princeton University suggests that if all of our salaries were made known tomorrow, half of us would be made miserable and the other half would be made no happier.”
-Smart Money Magazine, “Why Companies Keep Pay a Secret“
The implication is that we’re [ . . . ]
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Here is why you have to read original peer-reviewed research—not just the popular media’s summary of it, or interim findings presented at conferences.
Red Wine Goes To Your Head – But Helps You Think – Medical News Today – April 3, 2009
“Red wine extract polyphenol resveratrol could [ . . . ]
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