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Gary L Burge, William A Luddy: System for customizing computer displays in accordance with user preferences. America Online, Standley & Gilcrest, January 11, 2000: US06014638 (672 worldwide citation)

A system for customizing content and presentation of content for computer users is disclosed. The system monitors and records a user's navigational choices to determine the user's needs and preferences for subsequent computer displays. Displays are customized in accordance with the user's needs and ...


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Bruce A MacNaughton, Leigh R Turner: System for intergrating an on-line service community with a foreign service. CompuServe Incorporated, Standley & Gilcrest, August 18, 1998: US05796393 (611 worldwide citation)

A system and method are disclosed for integrating an on-line service community with a foreign service such as the Internet World Wide Web. To take advantage of the present invention, on-line service subscribers access a membership module to complete a membership process in which they join communitie ...


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Gordon Cotter Cunningham: Real-time financial card application system. Block Financial Corporation, Standley & Gilcrest, January 11, 2000: US06014645 (504 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for presenting financial card (e.g., credit card, debit card) offers to potential customers. Financial card applicant selection criteria and financial card term data are provided by participating financial institutions. An applicant interested in applying for a new financial ca ...


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David L Bezaire, Stephen J H Owens, Daniel J Hronek: System for transmitting messages, between an installed network and wireless device. CompuServe Incorporated, Standley & Gilcrest, May 26, 1998: US05758088 (318 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed in which electronic communications such as e-mail messages may be sent to a wireless device. The electronic communications originate or are transmitted through an information service that sends the communications to a wireless service provider capable of communicating with diff ...


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William P Anderson, Jacob B Geller: System for on-line financial services using distributed objects. Block Financial Corporation, Standley & Gilcrest, January 6, 1998: US05706442 (304 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for accessing recent financial information from various financial services providers. The system is based on a client/server architecture so that services are accessible from a variety of presentation tools. Communications between clients and servers are accomplished using "int ...


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Stephen J H Owens, Michael S Finney, Michael L Snider, Randall S Wright, James W Paynter, Robin R Bard: Electronic mail distribution system for integrated electronic communication. Cranberry Properties, Standley & Gilcrest, February 8, 2000: US06023700 (281 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for integrated electronic mail, voice mail, and fax mail messaging. A common message format is defined for use by an electronic mail service and a telecommunications service so electronic mail messages that may include voice and fax mail attachments may be exchanged between the ...


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Robert B Vance Jr, John C Pampuch, Bruce A MacNaughton: System for integrating access to proprietary and internet resources. America Online, Standley & Gilcrest, March 2, 1999: US05878219 (269 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed that integrates through a single client application access to information resources from a proprietary online service and the Internet. Using a single Web-based client, subscribers enter selections regarding the type of information they would like to retrieve. Relevant informat ...


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David R Jones, Gregory S Gerard, Julie H Hanley: Seamless integration of internet resources. America Online, Standley & Gilcrest, February 15, 2000: US06026429 (256 worldwide citation)

A mechanism for seanilessly searching and accessing information available through the Internet and other resources is disclosed. The present invention maintains a database of file objects available from numerous sources. The present invention updates the database periodically to ensure the accuracy ...


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Gordon F Scherer: Call processing system with call screening. Standley & Gilcrest, February 2, 1999: US05867562 (251 worldwide citation)

A system is described in which call processing considers unique information about the call to better serve the caller and/or to enable the called party to more efficiently handle the call. In one embodiment, the unique information considered by the call processor is information indicator digits, whi ...


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John Andrew Curtis, Gordon Frank Scherer: Search engine using indexing method for storing and retrieving data. Standley & Gilcrest, August 21, 2001: US06278992 (240 worldwide citation)

A Search Engine utilizing a method and system for efficient storage and retrieval of data. The system comprises a record file, an index file, a duplicate segment file and access to a network of computers. The index files contains locations of data items, pointers to other index files, or an empty de ...