Come Join us Thursday, September 19 @ 4 p.m at the Hennessy Mansion, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Madison Campus to recognize those founders of inventive enterprises that are transforming the world. For information and to register: https://bartsbooks.com/prometheus-awards/
Since its founding in 1750 Princeton University’s library has labored to aid curious individuals in their search for wisdom.
by Bart Jackson
Super Attorney Randy Friedberg reveals those legalities you don’t know about ideas, inventions, and artistic creations – and need to.
Can you as entrepreneur defend your invention against mega-competitor encroachment? Can you accidentally infringe your own trademark? When you purchase a masterwork of art, what rights do you own? Host Bart Jackson brings on board intellectual property super attorney Randy Friedberg to make plain Gordian snarl of IP, copyrights, trademarks, and all those legalities in place protecting those precious expressions of your fertile mind. Randy, whose wise counsel and litigation abilities are highly prized by both music and book major publishers, brings to light those little known legal truths concerning ghostwriters, book authorship, neglected music royalties, and more. Tune in and learn just what money does – and does not buy.
Lightning is as whimsical as Fate, and can be as destructive as Congress. Last Wednesday eve, amidst the hurl of the storm, the wincing crack of thunder and explosive glare of lightning came simultaneously, targeting the transformer on the pole not too many feet from my front door. All those blinking reminders of electricity’s luxurious necessities fled into the night. And the landline phones with them.
Bart publishes in US1 his tale of loss of electricity – https://princetoninfo.com/when-the-lights-go-out-a-morality-tale-from-the-dark-side/
Amid all our brief electrus-interruptus, we received a cell phone call from our utility provider.
“Oh dear,” the customer service agent inquired, “are you still with out power?”
“No Ma’am,” I replied. “We are never without power. We just don’t have any electricity.”