I have completely run out of “Twitter” puns
Originally posted 2010-08-10 17:08:43. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
But that doesn’t mean you aren’t entitled to a long-overdue of key topical tweets of the last few weeks … or so.
At my age I get
lazy reflective; I get misty. In the old days these retweets via @roncoleman [now, please, follow @likely2confuse instead! — RDC] would have justified entire blog posts. Sure, that was in the early days of blogging, like three years ago, but still. In this, the modern era, I post somewhat less frequently, but you do get the tweets (if you’re not a twitterer the links are still running in the gadget on the left there).
And the posts themselves? Hefty, yeah? Of course, yeah. Hef-ty.
Which is not to give short shrift to these tweets. They are the crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me — no, really the ne plus ultra, frankly… Well, actually, more specifically, they are the most salvageable among topical utterances I didst tweet since June. So while I hate to repeat myself, there are some things we just have to be aware of if we’re reading LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION®:
- @CopyrightLaw: Public Knowledge: “The Doctor Will Be Right With You… After You Sign Over Your Copyright”
- @DuetsBlog: Trademark Dilution: What About All “The Other Red Meat(s)”?
- @PaulBaldovin: RIAA Lawyers Paid – $16,000,000 / Recovered – $391,000 / Lost – Countless Music Fans via @glynmoody
- @InternetLaw: Gregory Dickinson on narrowing Immunity under Section 230 of Communications Decency Act
- @TTABlog : The law of trade dress and functionality almost 10 years after TrafFix: Jammed up as ever
- @TrademarkBlog: Mix-in’s as grey goods: Identifying third-party ingredients by brand names
- @UsefulArts: Florida claims worldwide jurisdiction on web defamation re state or its residents. | Ouch. We lose.
- @kevinokeefe: When Not Responding Online Is The Right Response. Don’t feed the trolls.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!