As many know, I have started publishing a newsletter back in 1997 when I was still in-house patent counsel at the University of Cincinnati.  Basically, I wrote a collection of news items and updates on intellectual property and licensing issues and, when I collected 10 or 12 or so, I emailed it out in the form of a newsletter to the IP Office list of about 700 people.  After moving to private practice, I wrote few but more substantial articles and continued with the "push" technology of emailing these out to friends and clients.  I have now changed to using a passive "blog" system so that I don’t have to wait to send out emails when I think I’ve collected enough items.  I think this more immediate format will prove better in providing more immediate updates on IP law in biotech, pharma and chemical arts as well as licensing and technology transfer.  We shall see.

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