From: Anders Carlsson (anders.carlsson_at_sfks.se)
Date: 2007-03-08 08:22:38
On Thu 2007-03-08 07:02, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: >> ...., but also IANAL. > IANAL ??? Abbreviation for "I am not a lawyer". Commonly used disclaimer when you are a layman who speak about law matters. I don't know how Commodore would have use of a poster with old computers, but as long as you don't use the trademark and are willing to butt your head against whoever might later harass you, it probably is fine to ignore claims and demands from Yeahronimo. On another forum, the point was raised that the new Commodore needs to sell generic gaming PCs in order to raise enough money to invest in (develop?) more unique, interesting projects they come upon, e.g. the follow-up to C64DTV. I suppose they could just as well sell orange juice with the C= logotype, but that profit margins are higher on personal computers than orange juice. Old Jack T would probably suggest them to sell disposable razors. By the way, does anyone know if Commoronimo has tried to establish contact with Tramiel in any way, as some consultant or spokesperson? Under the right premises, it could buy them a chunk of credability if the original founder was onboard the ship in one way or another. From Wikipedia I see that he was involved in JTS Corp as late as 1998 when Atari was sold to Hasbro, who sold it to Infogrames in 2001. I suppose almost 79 year old Jack has no connections to Infogratari? -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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