Skip to comments.Wireless World: Rehnquist's legacy
Posted on 09/09/2005 1:19:45 PM PDT by kerrywearsbotox
Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, who died last Saturday at age 80, may be known to the public as a conservative intellectual, but his rulings influenced much more than just the political landscape of the United States. They helped to reshape the technology world as well, and may have even contributed to the dot-com bubble of the 1990s, experts told UPI's Wireless World. By Gene Koprowski
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And Al Gore INVENTED the Internet.
Against the better judgement of the USPTO. And thus began the slide into the mess we have now, where the simplest thing is patented. Where would we be if Dan Bricklin had decided that Visicalc was patentable?
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