The right for free Idea

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 15, 2010

IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM

Intro

Expressions can be copyrighted. Ideas if copyrighted would take the idea out of the public domain and would prevent others from using the idea to create their own independent work of invention and therefore cannot be copyrighted. A description of a machine could be be copyrighted, it would not however prevent others from writing their own description of a machine. In order to do this one would require a patent.

Argument

Ideas are usually thought of and created during a crisis or expanded upon once other suggestions on the market are not complete or do not offer a total solution.
Ideas are also complex in nature. In that it is the explanation of a creative thought or process that may need to be examined or understood. By this I mean the translation of a topic that will allow the consumer to use a product because it is now understood as far as direction or procedure.
We can all share a thought. This is based on experience with a problem that may need to be remedied. Because people may share similar thoughts and thinking, does that mean that we have taken ideas from one another?  One may have been inspired by a thought to expand on an idea, in which this only means that a particular expansion or approach to an idea was done by another person and thus the person did not take someone elses idea. The idea was enhanced or improved.

So what does it mean when you copy something?

When something is copied it means that you take the structure of the topic or concept and repeat it verbatim or word for word. The person then puts his or her name as the creator of the work. For example a term paper, thesis or book.
Just because two or more people have an idea for an invention does not mean that one will obtain an exclusive patent to that invention because the design, methods of operation, and features of the machine also have to be taken into consideration.

Conclusion

It becomes of imperative circumstance to evaluate fair use of free idea before considering something to be duplicate by intention. Competition in the value of two similar ideas or brands would be the concluding argument. If a person or company states that they lost money because of another persons or companies use of their idea. When the same concept is used in an idea it may be best to show differences of product by creative function or appearance in alteration or demonstrate a particularly unique method in the idea or concept of the product in question. This would justfy the competition of fair use because of the aesthetics and the difference between two similar ideas. It would also decide if the expression of idea was duplicated when challenged with regards to plagarism or patent infringement.

Dated: August 15, 2010            Attest:A. Sadiq                    
                                                       On Behalf of Pieces



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The right for free Idea

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 15, 2010

IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM

Intro

Expressions can be copyrighted. Ideas if copyrighted would take the idea out of the public domain and would prevent others from using the idea to create their own independent work of invention and therefore cannot be copyrighted. A description of a machine could be be copyrighted, it would not however prevent others from writing their own description of a machine. In order to do this one would require a patent.

Argument

Ideas are usually thought of and created during a crisis or expanded upon once other suggestions on the market are not complete or do not offer a total solution.
Ideas are also complex in nature. In that it is the explanation of a creative thought or process that may need to be examined or understood. By this I mean the translation of a topic that will allow the consumer to use a product because it is now understood as far as direction or procedure.
We can all share a thought. This is based on experience with a problem that may need to be remedied. Because people may share similar thoughts and thinking, does that mean that we have taken ideas from one another?  One may have been inspired by a thought to expand on an idea, in which this only means that a particular expansion or approach to an idea was done by another person and thus the person did not take someone elses idea. The idea was enhanced or improved.

So what does it mean when you copy something?

When something is copied it means that you take the structure of the topic or concept and repeat it verbatim or word for word. The person then puts his or her name as the creator of the work. For example a term paper, thesis or book.
Just because two or more people have an idea for an invention does not mean that one will obtain an exclusive patent to that invention because the design, methods of operation, and features of the machine also have to be taken into consideration.

Conclusion

It becomes of imperative circumstance to evaluate fair use of free idea before considering something to be duplicate by intention. Competition in the value of two similar ideas or brands would be the concluding argument. If a person or company states that they lost money because of another persons or companies use of their idea. When the same concept is used in an idea it may be best to show differences of product by creative function or appearance in alteration or demonstrate a particularly unique method in the idea or concept of the product in question. This would justfy the competition of fair use because of the aesthetics and the difference between two similar ideas. It would also decide if the expression of idea was duplicated when challenged with regards to plagarism or patent infringement.

Dated: August 15, 2010            Attest:A. Sadiq                    
                                                       On Behalf of Pieces



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The right for free Idea

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 15, 2010

IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM

Intro

Expressions can be copyrighted. Ideas if copyrighted would take the idea out of the public domain and would prevent others from using the idea to create their own independent work of invention and therefore cannot be copyrighted. A description of a machine could be be copyrighted, it would not however prevent others from writing their own description of a machine. In order to do this one would require a patent.

Argument

Ideas are usually thought of and created during a crisis or expanded upon once other suggestions on the market are not complete or do not offer a total solution.
Ideas are also complex in nature. In that it is the explanation of a creative thought or process that may need to be examined or understood. By this I mean the translation of a topic that will allow the consumer to use a product because it is now understood as far as direction or procedure.
We can all share a thought. This is based on experience with a problem that may need to be remedied. Because people may share similar thoughts and thinking, does that mean that we have taken ideas from one another?  One may have been inspired by a thought to expand on an idea, in which this only means that a particular expansion or approach to an idea was done by another person and thus the person did not take someone elses idea. The idea was enhanced or improved.

So what does it mean when you copy something?

When something is copied it means that you take the structure of the topic or concept and repeat it verbatim or word for word. The person then puts his or her name as the creator of the work. For example a term paper, thesis or book.
Just because two or more people have an idea for an invention does not mean that one will obtain an exclusive patent to that invention because the design, methods of operation, and features of the machine also have to be taken into consideration.

Conclusion

It becomes of imperative circumstance to evaluate fair use of free idea before considering something to be duplicate by intention. Competition in the value of two similar ideas or brands would be the concluding argument. If a person or company states that they lost money because of another persons or companies use of their idea. When the same concept is used in an idea it may be best to show differences of product by creative function or appearance in alteration or demonstrate a particularly unique method in the idea or concept of the product in question. This would justfy the competition of fair use because of the aesthetics and the difference between two similar ideas. It would also decide if the expression of idea was duplicated when challenged with regards to plagarism or patent infringement.

Dated: August 15, 2010            Attest:A. Sadiq                    
                                                       On Behalf of Pieces



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The right for free Idea

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 15, 2010

IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM

Intro

Expressions can be copyrighted. Ideas if copyrighted would take the idea out of the public domain and would prevent others from using the idea to create their own independent work of invention and therefore cannot be copyrighted. A description of a machine could be be copyrighted, it would not however prevent others from writing their own description of a machine. In order to do this one would require a patent.

Argument

Ideas are usually thought of and created during a crisis or expanded upon once other suggestions on the market are not complete or do not offer a total solution.
Ideas are also complex in nature. In that it is the explanation of a creative thought or process that may need to be examined or understood. By this I mean the translation of a topic that will allow the consumer to use a product because it is now understood as far as direction or procedure.
We can all share a thought. This is based on experience with a problem that may need to be remedied. Because people may share similar thoughts and thinking, does that mean that we have taken ideas from one another?  One may have been inspired by a thought to expand on an idea, in which this only means that a particular expansion or approach to an idea was done by another person and thus the person did not take someone elses idea. The idea was enhanced or improved.

So what does it mean when you copy something?

When something is copied it means that you take the structure of the topic or concept and repeat it verbatim or word for word. The person then puts his or her name as the creator of the work. For example a term paper, thesis or book.
Just because two or more people have an idea for an invention does not mean that one will obtain an exclusive patent to that invention because the design, methods of operation, and features of the machine also have to be taken into consideration.

Conclusion

It becomes of imperative circumstance to evaluate fair use of free idea before considering something to be duplicate by intention. Competition in the value of two similar ideas or brands would be the concluding argument. If a person or company states that they lost money because of another persons or companies use of their idea. When the same concept is used in an idea it may be best to show differences of product by creative function or appearance in alteration or demonstrate a particularly unique method in the idea or concept of the product in question. This would justfy the competition of fair use because of the aesthetics and the difference between two similar ideas. It would also decide if the expression of idea was duplicated when challenged with regards to plagarism or patent infringement.

Dated: August 15, 2010            Attest:A. Sadiq                    
                                                       On Behalf of Pieces



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