3D Printed Rotary iPhone Case on Shapeways.com By J Sciarra, Colibri Solutions Chief Technologist [Cross-Posted on www.ColibriSolutions.com] As part of my role as head technologist at Colibri Solutions, I watch innovation as a kind of sport or pastime. I am always trying to see into the future. I love making predictions. My score on this [...]
Our client, Colibri Solutions, has released a new mobile solution to create catalogs directly on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. Create Custom Catalogs From Any iOS Device With Free Colibri Catalog Showcases the New Features of FileMaker Go 13 New York, NY. -Dec. 5, 2013 – With the release of the FileMaker 13 Platform, [...]
Sure, blogs take dedication and inspiration to maintain, but the fact is that the biggest element that fuels a blog is time. And sometimes we just run out of it. But it’s okay. Because your blog will be there waiting for you, like a sweet, doe-eyed puggle. We fell off this blog for good reason: [...]
I am pleased to sing the praises of The Woman Who Wasn’t There (Touchstone 2012), a new non-fiction book by Robin Gaby Fisher and Angelo Guglielmo, as well as a documentary film directed by Angelo (Meredith Vieira Productions).
I honored to be giving a Three Part Social Media Workshop Series with the Business Center for New Americans, a wonderful organization that aims to “fulfill the American Dream of inclusion by building wealth through business development & expansion, savings and home ownership.” BCNA provides training, mentoring and microfinancing for immigrants, refugees, women, artisans and others.
Lenny Sass is the owner and co-founder of our client, Rainbow Movers NY, providing stress-free moving services in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. We thought it would be interesting to ask him how moving has changed in the city since he first started the business in 1978. (Cross-Posted on www.RainbowMoversNY.com) When my wife and [...]
Written in coordination with Arza Gilad of arzadesign and Tudor Capusan of Tudor Law This is the third part of our series on protecting intellectual property in the fashion and design world. The case is arzadesign, who challenged Urban Outfitters with patent infringement and won a settlement. In this third and final installment, Intellectual Property [...]
Part 1 of this article discussed the case of arzadesign settling an intellectual property infringement case with Urban Outfitters. Independent designers often find themselves in similar situations, so I consulted with Intellectual Property Lawyer Tudor Capusan of Tudor Law LLC and asked for his analysis of this case.
I often work with fashion, accessories and product designers, many of whom have had their designs stolen and reproduced for sale by larger companies. The experience can be very challenging for the designers on both a personal and business level. One designer, however, took on a much larger company to protect her intellectual property – and won. Here is how she did it:
I have loads of early Mac memories. – I was one of the first kids in my high school in the early 1980′s to write a term paper on a computer, my dad’s Macintosh, In 1993 we saw it in the Smithsonian Museum, while he was still using his to write stories and letters to [...]