Karen, Bradley and Aaron talk about SFLC's motion for default judgment against Westinghouse Digital Electronics, a defendant in the ongoing lawsuit concerning GPL violations of BusyBox.Running time: 38:15.
Segment 0 (00:33)
- Bradley quoted from Act I Scene II of Hamlet, in which he once played Bernardo in a college production. Karen never played Bernardo (01:02)
- Aaron mentioned Shakespeare's son Hamnet. (01:53)
- The play Karen quotes from is indeed Julius Caesar. She forgot that she also had the lines: “My lord?” and “I will, my lord. ”(02:25)
- The Bilski decision once again did not come out this week. The Supreme Court publishes all decisions on its website. The SCOTUS blog provides up to date information about the court schedule, including a live blog on the mornings when decisions are announced.(03:03)
- Karen thinks that Aaron and Bradley do not know that the cake is a lie. (03:54)
- Karen mentions patent number 3,987,541: Cutting guide for layered cake. (04:39)
- SFLC filed a motion in the Southern District of New York against Westinghouse Digital Electronics, a defendant in the ongoing lawsuit concerning GPL violations of BusyBox. (05:10)
- The original complaint in the ongoing case can be found here. (08:05)
- The motion for default judgment or summary judgment can be found here. (09:00)
- Shira Scheindlin is not related to Judge Judy, at least to the best of our knowledge. (10:23)
- Karen mentioned Serving Sara, so we provide the obligatory IMDB link. Other sources for how service should be provided would probably be more reliable. (15:30)
- Sewer service, as described by Aaron, is invalid service. Or you can use google, but that will mostly teach you about sewers and their maintenance. (18:46)
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