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leannpf2
leannpf2
1/27/2017 11:23:05 AM
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batye
batye
1/14/2017 8:59:44 PM
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Re: Self-cannibalization
@mhhf1ve interesting point - thanks for the link - make think... not everything as it seems...

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batye
batye
1/8/2017 5:48:13 PM
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Re: Self-cannibalization
@Ariella interesting point :), from my school years in marketing...  I recall - teacher use to say it must be catchy like a song to stay in your head... :)  

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Ariella
Ariella
1/5/2017 4:50:24 PM
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Re: Self-cannibalization
@mhhf1ve Yes, you would have to link it directly to the product it is intended to promote. According to http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/can-slogan-be-trademark.html there are two types of slogans:
  • Slogans that are protectable as trademarks such as "Where's the Beef" or "Don't Leave Home Without It," that are tied to an advertising campaign or used to sell a product or service, and
  • Slogans or short phrases that placed on merchandise such as bumper stickers that are intended to amuse or provoke people such as "I'm with Stupid" or "My Other Car is an Accordion." These are usually not protectable under trademark law because they are considered ornamental or informational – that is, there sole purpose is to amuse, entertain, provoke or inform—not to sell a product. To acquire federal registration the trademark applicant must create a consumer association with a product or service (for example, Honk if You Sell Car Horns for an applicant that sells car horns). 

To qualify as protectible marks, slogans must be either:
  • inherently distinctive and creative, or
  • have developed enough secondary meaning to immediately call a product or service to mind.


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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
1/5/2017 4:17:23 PM
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Re: Self-cannibalization
I don't think you can copyright a slogan? I could register for a trademark... but then, to profit from it... I'd either have to create a company around it -- or hire lawyers to go after companies that might use it. 

And it'd probably be better to come up with more widely interpretable trademarks.. 

eg. "3-peat" or "three-peat"

http://www.espn.com/nba/truehoop/miamiheat/story/_/id/10965180/pat-riley-miami-heat-riley-files-3-peat-trademark-jewelry-rings-sports-memorabilia

 

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Ariella
Ariella
1/5/2017 11:48:27 AM
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Re: Self-cannibalization
@mhhf1ve perhaps, it may pay for you to copyright it.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
1/4/2017 8:34:30 PM
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Re: Self-cannibalization
Maybe it can be a slogan for a VR goggle company.. :P

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Ariella
Ariella
1/4/2017 7:57:09 PM
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Re: Self-cannibalization
<We can visit reality when it's convenient.>

@mhhf1ve I really like that. I think you should have it printed on T-shirts and posters.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
1/4/2017 6:35:44 PM
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Re: Self-cannibalization
@ariella - ha! well, technology has been a crutch for a number of human frailties. We wear eyeglasses to compensate for our nearsightedness/etc. We'll wear AR goggles to compensate for our insanity? Living in a virtual world might be preferrable to mind-altering drugs... :P

We can visit reality when it's convenient.

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Ariella
Ariella
1/4/2017 6:14:36 PM
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Re: Self-cannibalization
@mhhf1ve I can see that becoming a discussion in a university class. In fact, it's possible that some student will get it approved as the topic for a master's thesis.

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