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Bookselling has always had an aura about it that many people find attractive. The sellers, variously stereotyped as garrulous old scholars, frustrated writers, postgraduate bookworms or gentlemanly 'Hugh Grant types,' are purveying a respected product. This image, and the sheer love of books, has compelled people into the bookselling trade since the invention of moveable type. Simultaneously, many others, including the barely literate, are attracted to bookselling by its mathematics. Few commodities, particularly among collectibles, can be found so readily and converted into a profit as easily as books. In the past, ...
I believe in patents, and I think it’s a great idea that they have such a strong constitutional basis in the U.S. Inventors should be able to protect a unique idea so that they have time to reap the rewards of their efforts, especially when good ideas can be easily copied by a larger competitor. Patents are supposed to protect inventors. I’m much less comfortable with patents being used as a means of attack and a business in and of themselves. The system should protect inventors who are actually inventing, as opposed to inventing on paper. (Think of the difference between a ... Read More
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