Quote of the Day - I remember leaving the hospital - thinking, 'Wait, are they going to let me just walk off with him? I don't know beans about babies! I don't have a license to do this.' [We're] just amateurs.
MIPTC won't say "I told you so," but I did say it. Several times. Seems that the US Supreme Court doesn't want anything to do with BlackBerry's dispute with the outcome of a lower court ruling and a $565 million verdict against the company. Expect a rush on alternative phones, unless Research In Motion digs a bit deeper into its pockets, something it hasn't been willing to do yet. Even if you do keep your BlackBerry, you can expect prices to go up. Way up, but the company's stock is, well, in the tank.
In another completely unrelated story other than the word "license," it seems that Utah will soon be revoking the licenses of Deadbeat Dads. For fathers (and likely some mothers) who aren't paying child support in Utah, it appears that the privilege of driving will soon become a thing of the past, unless they can stay current on those monthly payments.
No matter what type of license you have, be it a patent, trademark, copyright or even driver's license, it looks like the price of it is going up.