Top 5 Intellogist Posts of 2012

In 2011, top Intellogist Blog posts covered patent applications for Godly powers and the mysterious search secrets of US patent examiners.  Posts in 2012 seem to have been a bit less mystical and a bit more grounded in practical concerns, such as how major search systems will implement the oncoming Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC). Danny Rooney has been able to inject a bit of much-needed humor into this otherwise serious blog, with tips on finding the best musical patents, cleaning patents, grilling patents, and even patents to help you battle zombies during the upcoming Mayan Apocalypse.  The Intellogist Blog covered useful topics this year such as open access resources and the consequences of a poor patent translation, but a few posts were particularly popular among Intellogist readers.  Today we’ll take a quick look back at five of the most popular Intellogist Blog posts from 2012, ranging in topic from the CPC to intellectual property issues on Pinterest.

Continue reading for a recap of the top five Intellogist Blog posts from 2012, and celebrate the New Year, IP-style!
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Top 5 Intellogist Posts of 2011

 It’s certainly been a busy year for the Intellogist Blog…between the controversial changes to Google Patents, the release of a major new file history tool, the plethora of free patent and non-patent search tools, an eye-opening interview with Marla Grossman, and the tragic deaths of Andy Rooney and Google Labs,  I’ve hardly had time to catch my breath.  I’ve only been with the Intellogist Blog during 2011, but what a year 2011 has turned out to be.  Read on as I take a look at the top 5 most-viewed Intellogist blog posts of 2011, and ring in the New Year Intellogist-style!

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