Intellectual Property Office Questionnaire and a Sinking Heart

I’ll deal with the sinking heart first.

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words.

I only have three words, FFS.

What will all those who have lost loved ones, all those with long COVID, all those who have self-isolated for a year think of scenes like this one at Wembley last night?

We sacrificed and you lot did this!

I had an email prompt to do a customer satisfaction survey at the Intellectual Property Office today. There is an outside chance therefore that my patent application has been examined and a letter detailing the initial outcome of examination is on its way here. The last time I was asked to fill out the questionnaire something had happened in Newport.

There is a bit of an odd juxtaposition, hedge cutting and quantum optics.

The examination could say no, or yes.

The previous cycle that started in the late nineties had a patent application in it too. The patent was PCT filed on my birthday in 2001.

I guess something either will or will not arrive in the mail soon.