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August 21, 2006


Andrés Alba

I found a very interesting recent post in a popular blog about the relative importance of patents nowadays —particularly for startups.



Guy Kawasaki is the old Mac Evangelist. He was my hero back in the 1980s. Then he made a fortune (?) on a database software called 4th Dimension, if I remember well.

Kawasaki's point about patents is right on the spot.

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