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Friday, July 1st, 2011, 6:33 am

Software Patents: A Personal Perspective (Part I)

Summary: Personal perspective on the subject of patents and software patents in particular

WHILE STILL experimenting a little with recordmydesktop, I’ve created a bunch of videos as a sort of test run before the next TechBytes Video episode (with Tim). In the following I talk a bit about software patents.

YouTube: Ramble About Software Patents and Their Harms – Part 1

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YouTube: Ramble About Software Patents and Their Harms – Part 2

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YouTube: Ramble About Software Patents and Their Harms – Part 3

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YouTube: Ramble About Software Patents and Their Harms – Part 4

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YouTube: Ramble About Software Patents and Their Harms – Part 5

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Part 2 will be out soon.

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