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Don’t Steal My Avatar! Challenges of Social Networking Patents

Posted: Sunday, Jan 23, 2011 @ 3:39 pm | Written by Mark Nowotarski | 12 comments
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Posted in: Computers, Guest Contributors, IP News, IPWatchdog.com Articles, Mark Nowotarski, Patents, Social Media, Social Networking, Software

What do you think of my jumping buddy over there?  Pretty cool, huh?  Let’s call him “George”.

George is just one example of the enormous number of inventions being made to serve our newly emerging social networking economy.  George was created using a patent pending process called Evolver.  He’s an avatar that can be transported to any number of different full immersion virtual world networking sites.  Many new companies are forming to commercialize these new social networking innovations.  They are also filing patent applications.  They have many challenges ahead of them to get those patents.