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New Article in the Academy of Otolaryngology Bulletin: Developing Digital Health Technology

I had the pleasure of publishing an article this month with the AAO-HNS Medical Devices and Drugs Committee on developing digital health technology. The article outlines advice for entrepreneurs interested in creating digital health applications or technology. 84 more words

Healthcare Entrepreneurship

Swipe To Patent: Design Patents In The Age Of User Interfaces

Editor’s note: This is a Q&A between attorneys Beth Ferrill and Lauren Dreyer of Finnegan, and UX/UI designers Erik Dreyer of GoodShuffle and John Sanchez of Academy. 2,074 more words

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Tana Daily Telegraph reblogged this on Tana Daily Telegraph and commented:

"...you should try to focus on patenting the underlying, fundamental elements of your UX/UI, and not focus on minor elements that you might change in the future..." - original author

Old Town New World

Very proud to have been a recent guest on the Old Town New World podcast – listen here: oldtownnewworld.com/category/podcast/

Old Town New World

Very proud to have been a recent guest on the Old Town New World podcast – listen here: oldtownnewworld.com/category/podcast/

Copyright and Creative Commons

I see Creative Commons and I think of one posthumous inductee into the hallowed Internet Hall of Fame, c.2013. Yes, I allude to Aaron Swartz… 303 more words

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Intellectual Property: One Huge Grey Blob of Legality

As we continue to grow, innovate and create in our modern age, the issue of Intellectual Property is becoming an incredibly decisive topic for debate.  Intellectual Property (or IP for short) refers to, an individual’s creations of the mind. 555 more words

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