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What Is the Difference Between Concrete and Cement?

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Saturday, November 1, 2014
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From www.wisegeek.com

The primary difference between concrete and cement is that concrete is a composite material made of water, aggregate, and cement. Cement is a very fine powder made of limestone and other minerals, which absorbs water and acts as a binder to hold the concrete together.

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Why the long wait? The Supreme Court rules on Alice v CLS - Blog - Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) - Maximising IP Value

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Friday, October 31, 2014
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From www.iam-magazine.com

As you read the Supreme Court’s ruling from yesterday in Alice Corp v CLS Bankyour first response might be, what took them so long? In finding that the patent claims at issue were ineligible the nine Justices (who issued a unanimous opinion) stuck tightly to their brief, reemphasised the rules they laid down in two previous cases – Bilski and Mayo – and resisted the temptation to rule aggressively against software or business method patents.

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NPE suits down a massive 35% in the third quarter of the year as Alice and the AIA take their toll - Blog - Intellectual Asset

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Friday, October 31, 2014
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From www.iam-magazine.com

Further evidence of a dramatic slowdown in patent litigation activity in the United States is provided today in data published by Unified Patents, the entity whose business is based on helping SMEs fight frivolous patent suits.

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Alice decision a big reason for sharp fall in US patent litigation, says Mark Lemley - Blog - Intellectual Asset Management (IAM

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Friday, October 31, 2014
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From www.iam-magazine.com

Yesterday the legal analytics company Lex Machina released its latest analysis of US patent litigation. This revealed that the number of cases filed in September was down 40% year-on-year. As luck would have it, IAM has been in Silicon Valley this week and was able to catch up with Lex Machina founder Professor Mark Lemley at Stanford University Law School.

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The Innovators by Walter Isaacson review -- a lucid, thrilling and amusing history of the digital age

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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From www.theguardian.com

Revolutions usually leave ancient institutions tottering, societies shaken, the streets awash with blood. But what Walter Isaacson calls the "digital revolution" has kept its promise to liberate mankind.

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You Can Look It Up: The Wikipedia Story - The Daily Beast

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Sunday, October 19, 2014
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From www.thedailybeast.com

When he launched the Web in 1991, Tim Berners-Lee intended it to be used as a collaboration tool, which is why he was dismayed that the Mosaic browser did not give users the ability to edit the Web pages they were viewing.

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Monday Night Anomalies

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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From codeandculture.wordpress.com

The transformations of the television industry are an endlessly fascinating subject that I spend a lot of time ruminating on but haven’t ever, you know, actually published on. We can start with a few basic technological shifts, specifically the DVR and broadband internet.

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Free exchange: The humble hero The Economist

Monday, May 27, 2013
Category: Innovation

From www.economist.com

Containerisation is a testament to the power of process innovation. In the 1950s the world’s ports still did business much as they had for centuries. When ships moored, hordes of longshoremen unloaded “break bulk” cargo crammed into the hold.

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The most interesting company in tech: Valve — Remains of the Day

Saturday, February 2, 2013
Category: Innovation

From www.eugenewei.com

When a company is small, the politics tend to be minimal since many startups either are completely flat or have little to no hierarchy, everyone gets lots of time with the CEO, and everyone′s marginal contribution is massive and easy to detect.

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Restless Genes - Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine

Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Category: Innovation

From ngm.nationalgeographic.com

Not all of us ache to ride a rocket or sail the infinite sea. Yet as a species we’re curious enough, and intrigued enough by the prospect, to help pay for the trip and cheer at the voyagers’ return.

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