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Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2006 09:59:15 -0500
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Just to add a little bit more info to the discussion, the following is from
Tim on his blog at O'reilly Radar...posted May 30.  Medialive is a division
of CMP.  It seems that it takes awhile for trademarks to get through red
tape, as I'm sure Jared has experience with....

"MediaLive filed for the trademark on the Web 2.0 Conference back in
November 2003, when they first entered into the partnership agreement with
O'Reilly on this conference. This was before Web 2.0 became such a popular
term -- the filing actually preceded the first conference. However, I wasn't
personally aware of this trademark filing till this past February, as a
result of discussions with CMP after the MediaLive purchase."


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