On Wed, 28 Nov 2007 23:02:14 +0100, Peter Kränkwonov<pkoff@xxxxxxxxxx>
>Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> I can assure you Intellectual Property does exist. I must assume you
>>> never had a real job. Would I be right? Because one of the first things
>>> to be lost by the individual when he gets a real job is his ownership of
>>> his intellect. Anything thought of/made/discovered is the IP of the
>>> employer (when suitably linked of course to his job).
>> People whose job revolves around services (building, designing, cleaning,
>> fixing, tailoring) require no intellectual monopolies. People whose jobs is to
>> exploit do.
>designing and building requires no intellect? Are you sure? Do you know
>what designers do? What experiences of this do you have? Did you ever
>design a SW product? I have and there are many initiatives in it and,
>dare I be allowed to say, some very intellectual.
Actually Roy has designed a search engine.
It's a real doozy....
Go to his home page for details....
Make certain to wear your sunglasses though :)