Protecting Intellectual Property
The idea of property protection has been around since the early 500 BCE in Greece. Their chefs were granted year-long exclusive rights for creating specific cuisines.
Now, the goal of intellectual property protection has stayed the same, which is to prevent the unlawful copying of ideas and encourage creation of new products which will benefit the public and strive for more free-market competition.
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The Escalator, or ‘moving stairs’ is an infrastructural technological development which is actually a trademark, a brand that became so common that its name became a ‘trademark genericide’, just like Aspirin, or Cellophane.
Escalators came after elevators and of course, stairs, both of which were serving the purpose, but had many constraints like vertical expansion of space and a limit on how much a person can ascend or descend manually.
Getting things done during your workday shouldn’t mean fitting in doing as much as possible in the sanctioned eight hours.
Do you really need those 30 tasks on your to-do list?
Doing less-is-more of an approach to your to-do list by only focusing on accomplishing things that matter.
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