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February 14, 2019


This is a software issue, right?

How in the world was this not solved by waking into a local college coffee shop and offering a few pizzas for someone to “just apply” the olution over a weekend?

(where is that sarcasm sign of mine...)

Don, last week the USPTO's "my.uspto.gov" login interfaced crashed. This announcement was a tacit admission by the office that its new system isn't ready for prime time, and therefore retiring the old system is premature. Clearly the office wanted to avoid a repeat of last August's fiasco in which its patent computer systems, both internal and public, were out of commission for over a week.

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