As I catch up on some of the blogs I missed over the holidays, I can’t help but notice that “top posts” lists seem to litter the information superhighway like so many potato chip bags and discarded cigarettes … But if these posts were so “popular” then chances are, I’ve read them already. For that reason, I was inspired to do something a bit different and instead highlight a few of my least popular posts of the past year, with a brief explanation of why you should care.
- Improving ROI With Patent Expertise (You’ll spend a lot of money getting patents … do you know how to make the investment pay off?)
- Strength? Or Just Numbers? (Quantity does not equal quality.)
- My “Twitter Friends” (Admittedly, I probably should have given this a more descriptive title. This one is mostly for the lawyers … you can learn a lot about how to help your clients by watching folks in other practice areas.)
- Facebook – Tough Stance or Bully? (Facebook gets itself into some IP lawsuits from time to time, and their strategy is a little different than others, so it’s worth it to watch … especially if it works.)
- Do You Have Gametime IP? Or Just A Piece of Paper? (Just a few of the questions I have to answer on a daily basis.)