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* Jeff Rafter <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2005-06-06 11:14]:
> >If the patent in question is indeed bogus,
> >look to the USPTO's incompetence, not some evil plotting, for the
> >source of the problem.
> Yes, that is what I am looking at. There can be no other possible
> answer. Apparently they look in cookbooks and old sock piles for prior
> art on software patents. Maybe someone should nudge them and point
> toward Google.
> Step 1: Take the title of the patent and copy it.
> Step 2: Paste it into the Google search bar.
> Step 3: Click the I'm feeling lucky button.
> Step 4: Print.
> Step 5: Send to patent applicant with denial letter.
> Hmmm, that process definitely looks patentable.
Definately patentable, except a little to specifc. If you could
replace Google search bar, I'm feeling lucky, with Internet
searching aparatus, then you'd have a business process.
A Method for Verification of Patent Claims Using an Internet
Now please let me in on some the royalties you'll be getting
from the USPTO.
Alan Gutierrez - email@example.com