Monday, 4 July 2016

June's Aistemos blogposts: a handy summary

Now that we have reached July we can look back on the past month and report that June has been our busiest on record: for the first time ever we managed to post 20 new items of which one -- on the patent background to Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn -- has already risen to Number 5 in our all-time most popular blogposts, out of nearly 170 that we have published in the 14 months since we started. Be that as it may, here's our list of the main Aistemos blogposts that we composed and published in June, together with a short synopsis.  

Each blogpost comes with a moderated comment facility, so please feel welcome to respond to anything you read, whether you disagree with it, wish to amplify or clarify its points, or merely provide further links to relevant material.

To check each post out, just click the title:

Thursday, 30 June 2016
Everyone in the IP community seems to have something to say about Brexit, the impending departure of the United Kingdom from the family of European Union Member States. Here Isak Unfors adds a few comments and reading suggestions.

Friday, 24 June 2016
The Office for Creative Research (OCR) sounds like an official body; indeed, it has an almost euphemistic Orwellian ring to it.  The truth however is less sinister -- and there's a message here about the importance of visualisation when presenting the results of data analysis.

Thursday, 23 June 2016
Croatia joins the group of countries whose patent data is accessible through the Federated European Patent Register. What does this mean?

Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Many people assume that, since intellectual property is a niche topic, IP analytics is a niche within a niche, a recondite art that has little to offer the wider world of commerce in which most of us live. This assumption is wrong, as this blogpost explains.

Monday, 20 June 2016
Software giant Microsoft's $26.2bn acquisition of business-oriented social networking service LinkedIn attracted lots of attention from conventional business analysts -- but is there a patent story that they have missed?

Thursday, 16 June 2016
Here's a Cipher Snapshot on the current state of intellectual property protection and strategy in the vast but beleaguered steel industry.

Monday, 13 June 2016
This blogpost is nothing to do with Camelo. It is however greatly to do with the same of Yahoo's patent portfolio and the price it will likely fetch.

Friday, 10 June 2016
When working on a large scale, the results of IP analytics can never be better than the available data lets them be. That's why it's important to recognise the work quietly done by WIPO in improving our ability to search and obtain the most accurate results.

Thursday, 9 June 2016
In the wake of this year's Intellectual Property Busines Congress (IPBC Global 2016), here are some takeway thoughts from Aistemos CEO Nigel Swycher.
Wednesday, 8 June 2016
Anglo-American publishing house Edward Elgar Publishing has just produced another book in its Research Handbooks in Intellectual Property serues. It's called Intellectual Property and Climate Change and it may just have something to tell the IP analytics community,
Tuesday, 7 June 2016
Do we really have enough information, or ability to appreciate it, when dealing with a large number of questions and variables hanging over the forthcoming changes in European patent litigation?
Thursday, 2 June 2016
Back in December 2015 we posted a major analytical review, "What we know and what we don’t: a review of patents for cybersecurity" (here), which took a close look at patent-driven trends within this increasingly important and sensitive area of innovation and technology.  Here we bring it up to date.
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