IP Factor Reaches a Quarter of a Million Hits

ImageWhilst the eyes of the world have been glued on sporting achievements, it is with great pleasure that I note that the “IP Factor” had just clocked up a total of more than a quarter of a million hits.

Not exactly a world record for blogs, or even for IP blogs. I know that that Feral Feline, the IPKAT clocks this up every few months, and am sure that the IP Watchdog and Patently-O do as well, but I am focussed on Israel related IP developments, which is a slightly more specialized niche. this is an achievement and I am proud of and I take this opportunity to thank you readers for making this possible.

Please continue to send me your feedback on my updates regarding Israel Intellectual property developments.

With acknowledgement to the late, great tap-dancer, Roy Castle and to the McWerter twins, I note that dedication is what you need.

So for those of you disappointed with Israel’s Olympic showings, take pride in our achievements. we came close to winning the World Chess championship, regularly do well in bridge (the card game, not construction at sporting events), and have an IP blog to be proud of. Now why does Bar Rafaeli generate more likes than my blog?

One Response to IP Factor Reaches a Quarter of a Million Hits

  1. Laltaika, E.I. says:

    Congratulations on this great achievement Dr. Factor and greetings from Tanzania “the land of Kilimanjaro, Serengeti and Zanzibar” we remain your devout readers, keep em comin!
    “To halt the decline of an ecosystem, it is necessary to think like an ecosystem.” Douglas P. Wheeler

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