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Chalkboard Wine

Did these a couple of years ago, when the “chalkboard” craze started. This is a photo from one of the gift shows.

They also made a color version, and licensed them for wall art, glasses, and fabric with multiple companies.


ASCAP Payout to Industry Falls by $16m, Despite Revenue Growth

US licensing body ASCAP collected more than $1bn for the second year in a row in 2015 – but paid out some $16.1m less to songwriters and publishers. 59 more words


Real Estate Licensee Fees have increased

As of April 16, 2016, the cost for a real estate license application is $110. Up $10 for the first time in over 20 years! The deposit for the Education and Recovery account went down to $10 from $30.


My first attempt at a puzzle.

Licensed by Sunsout.


Streaming Technology is Revitalizing Video as an Educational Tool in Academia, but there are Challenges Ahead for Libraries

Academic streaming video vendors, such as market leaders Films on Demand, Alexander Street, and Kanopy, tend to argue that regardless of any trade-offs made when licensing content rather than purchasing physical copies, the value of licensed streaming content is self-evident in increased usage and resulting lower cost per circ. 128 more words


Straight Talk on Oracle on VMware licensing

Last year on march 19, 2015, Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) hosted a webcast covering the licensing part of running Oracle on VMware.

As DBTA archives old webcasts after one year, I asked for permission to re-publish because I think it’s too valuable to have it hidden in the digital eternity (also why I have put it on a separate static blog page instead of a normal blogpost). 135 more words


Spin out companies

Continuing on the theme of Intellectual Property, we had another interesting presentation from Gavin Smith from Research & Enterprise Services.

Lancaster University spin out companies… 312 more words

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