Re: "Judge delays BlackBerry US shutdown"
- From: Jeff Liebermann <jeffl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2006 23:10:30 GMT
On Wed, 01 Mar 2006 22:14:44 GMT, John Navas
I stand by what I wrote, which is based on experience as an expert witness.
No real expert would have had a real problem with MS-DOS or faked evidence
because of it. No ethical attorney would knowingly submit faked evidence. No
"explanation" is possible. Read up on the rules of evidence.
I'm not sure the president of a company could be considered a
technically expert witness. He certainly was able to testify that
TeckNow was doing text messaging long before Telefind (NTP). Whether
he had a clue about he software might be questionable (my guess).
Incidentally, my memory must be failing (from too much RF). In 1978,
I was working for Intech and taking on consulting contracts on the
side. One was conveniently located across the road for a company
called Meta Systems. They were doing text messaging pagers using an
RCA COSMAC processor and a receiver partially designed by me. Text
messaging was totally new at the time. However, the RFI generated by
the LED display serious interfered with reception. Battery life was
also miserable. It was too big. There was a patent applied for at
the time... yep:
Prior to that, in about 1968, I was working for Pacific Mobile
Communications and Alpha Electronics where I designed a message
printer attachment for a Motorola Pageboy II pager. The printer had a
wind-up mechanism and 1/4" thermal paper strip printer. The message
was printed on a long strip of paper. I should have patented it.
Both systems used remote terminals connected by teletype machines or
computers which largely duplicates the various text messaging systems.
Both these patents have expired by now. However, they are certainly
prior art for text messaging. Whom do I sue???
 At one company I worked for, the president of the company was
generally unable to operate the companies products or even explain how
they worked. Company presidents are normally not techy types.
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