Copyright

Mine, Mine, Mine!

As toddlers, most of us had a clear understanding of ownership and we tested the breadth of our personal wealth by declaring, “Mine!” It was a fairly simple concept: My stuff was my stuff, your stuff was your stuff, and stuff that belonged to both of us was both mine and yours. We ‘got’ it. Until we wanted something that wasn’t ours:

“Toddler Rules:

If it’s mine, it’s mine If

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A Little Tardy Note

“TardySlip” is undergoing some major summer renovation.

Though major changes are taking place, “TardySlip” will remain “open” for our wonderful visitors.

Please continue your visit as planned, while excusing superfluous commas & other “hot-mess.”

We look forward to stepping out with our “new face” at the end of June and hope to see you then! (Black tie, optional)

Sincerely, Miss Tardy

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the fine print

I really wanted to use some really, really fine print (and the word, “really”), but *somebody* might actually try to read it and I don’t want to be sued ’cause some dummy pokes their eye out with their netbook.

TardySlip is a personal blog site – not part of a business. As such, it is updated when the bloggers’ personal/professional commitments allow.

Comments: We at TardySlip enjoy your comments and will reply when possible. If

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This section contains a variety of information on Copyright and Intellectual Property.

Before proceeding, readers should understand that this author is not an attorney. The opinions expressed here are the opinions of the author(s) or comment participants. No part of this blog is intended as legal advice nor is it intended to take the place of legal council.

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Intellectual Property Links

Copyright – Worldwide World Intellectual Property Organization – Encouraging Creativity and Innovation

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations. It is dedicated to developing a balanced and accessible international intellectual property (IP) system, which rewards creativity, stimulates innovation and contributes to economic development while safeguarding the public interest.

WIPO was established by the WIPO

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