“It’s ALL About IoT and…”

The biggest topic of discussion this year at IDF (Intel Developer Forum) in San Francisco, California, is IoT (Internet of Things) and wearables. Why? There is so much independent innovation from developers for the next big thing that Intel is backing up, which is to make computer devices more accessible to use. With the average person always on the go, it’s no wonder has to finally catch up to peoples lifestyles. When computers first were invented, they started out as desktops, then laptops, and now they’ve minimized their size to smartphones and tablets. The latest is to make computer technology … Continue reading “It’s ALL About IoT and…”

“Clones, Copies, and Cease and Desists”

Casual Connect 2015 Intellectual property laws in gaming is about trademarks and copyrights.  Product name is the most important and logo. R – registered trademark TM – trademark (unregistered) Copyright protects unique source of creativity  Mistake 1.  No “work for hire agreement” with independent contractors. An NDA does not protect your company. -they can sue you. Mistake 2.  Weak IP assignment agreements with employees “Inventions and trade secrets” Needs the word “hereby” in the contract agreements. Mistake 3. Not registering your copyright Mistake 4.  Not registering your trademark immediately. Continue reading “Clones, Copies, and Cease and Desists”


When it comes to millennials, their friends are also their fellow colleagues. With many young and mostly single people moving to more metropolis areas, they give up having a vehicle to drive around in, owning a home, and their place of employment is where they make their new friends. Is this the best way to becoming successful? Most young people drink more alcohol than the last two generations combined. The younger generation are obsessed with all computer products coming from Apple even if they don’t know how to operate the devices correctly.   Continue reading Friends/Co-Workers