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Wouldn't it be nicer if those lawyers with Sentor's titles will put all their energy to streamline th ful Standard Essential Patents's system?
Of course the laws on SEP where made by lawyers —money for them—, all the litigations also means money for lawyers…
And who pays for all that money? Customers!
Maybe some of the very… very… very old Macintosh users… —I bought my first Macintosh in October 1985— will remember that Clarus even had a ‘Technical Note’ —I do not remember if it was #10 oe #19— than then was removed from the list of Technical Notes —by that time, TN where the ‘holy grail’ to understand the system—.As for the disappearance… although it was around Steve Jobs coming back… I think that it was more related to the disappearance of the original Macintosh OS… when it began to be replaced by Mac OS X.(One thing that I never understood was the disappearance of ‘HyperCard’! Snif, snif…)
“Analysts… Analysts… Analysts…” —you must say that in the Steve Ballmer's epic monkey jumping “Developers… developers… developers…”—
When the RealityOS news appear… they say: “AR/VR in WWDC2022”… When the ‘that is a legal requirement’ news appeared… the say: “No AR/VR in WWDC2022.”
They only want page views… a.k.a. ad revenues!