If your audience is not able to comprehend your thorough instructions, perhaps consider releasing your intellectual property as a pop-up book.
How long until she files patents on her ideas and sues people for $3,400 in reverse-class-action suits? After all, her invention of using a long fork for roasting a marshmallow on an open fire (closed fires are owned by NSA). She could name them SaltmarshMallows.
It's a bit weird that he can register bunches of websites, file doc's with the various courts across the country, talk to his buddies who certainly know how to do basic computery-type stuff, and publicly talk about his most awesome copyright tracking software that they built in-house ...
but can't master the complexity or cost of free email.
Something to do with his employer law firm being upset that he was working with the client regarding fees and collection and eventually he was working for them directly or some such thing. As I recall the law firm didn't get paid and lost a client, something like that.
The original comment is indeed most relevant, but only because Paul Duffy didn't get his memo about beating this old horse.
Maybe the appeal itself should have been properly considered, but since they deemed it important enough to bog down our court systems at the district court and appeals levels it probably is ok to waste a bit more on blogs and comments as well.
Darn it, I was just planning on a vacation to Florida so I could sit in my hotel room and play Solitaire.
Did they shut down the World of Warcraft access to Florida yet? How about Wifi, which offers a random chance at downloading things of value or entertainment, and which are by necessity part of a network?
Heck, any computer used to purchase a flight to Florida is a gamble, since you don't know until you show up at the gate if you are on the no-fly list.