|MHenke on Feb 27, 2007 at 2:09:53 AM (# 1)|
The concept of e-Learning is patented (many thanks to the US patent law for this great idea, BTW).
Don't get yourself into trouble. Obviously it would be a long, hard way for you. Should it end in a charge for patent right violation?
bod1467 on Feb 27, 2007 at 7:22:47 AM (# 2)
The yanks will accept patents on ANYTHING! :-D
bod1467 on Feb 27, 2007 at 8:10:25 AM (# 3)
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Have I found a workaround to that patent?
What is claimed is:
1. A course-based system for providing to an educational community of users access to a plurality of online courses, comprising: a) a plurality of user computers, with each user computer being associated with a user of the system
I shall patent a system wherein any user computer can be used, and no computer needs to be associated with a specific user. Thus you can do eLearning from an Internet Cafe for example. (That patent would suggest the such computers are not covered).