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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay, Kenneth J Maxwell, R Brandon Cotter: Method and apparatus for scheduling presentation of digital content on a personal communication device. Melvin A Hunn, December 21, 2004: US06834195 (657 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus wherein a software scheduling agent resides on a communication network and/or client device, such as location-aware wireless communication appliances, television set top boxes, or other end user client devices is disclosed. The software scheduling agent is part of a probabilis ...


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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay, Kenneth J Maxwell, R Brandon Cotter: Method and apparatus for scheduling presentation of digital content on a personal communication device. Wireless Agents, James E Walton, Richard G Eldredge, June 7, 2011: US07958457 (128 worldwide citation)

A method of presenting digital content to a user on a display of a computing device displaying a continuous stream of digital content in a stream portion of the display, obtaining a current context of the user and the computing device, providing contextual sensitivities for the digital content items ...


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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay: Physical configuration of a hand-held electronic communication device. Wireless Agents, James E Walton, Melvin A Hunn, Hill & Hunn, December 16, 2003: US06665173 (76 worldwide citation)

A hand-held, electronic, bi-directional, wireless electronic communication device having a physical configuration which includes a relatively large, constantly visible display and an alphanumeric keyboard that can be concealed until needed.


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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay: Physical configuration of a hand-held electronic communication device. Wireless Agents, Hill Law Firm, March 21, 2006: US07016182 (66 worldwide citation)

A hand-held, electronic, bi-directional, wireless electronic communication device having a physical configuration which includes a relatively large, constantly visible display and an alphanumeric keyboard that can be concealed until needed.


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Carl Brock Brandenberg: Apparatus for supporting modular and cooperating components. Melvin A Hunn, May 5, 1998: US05746334 (40 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supporting modular and cooperating components which includes a base member, a vertical support pole extending upward from the base member, at least one bushing concentrically engaging the vertical support pole at a particular axial location, at least one support arm extending radial ...


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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay: Physical configuration of a hand-held electronic communication device. Wireless Agents, James E Wallon, February 1, 2011: US07881055 (12 worldwide citation)

A hand-held, electronic, bi-directional, wireless electronic communication device having a physical configuration which includes a relatively large, constantly visible display and an alphanumeric keyboard that can be concealed until needed.


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Carl Brock Brandenberg: Apparatus for supporting modular and cooperating components. Melvin A Hunn, January 11, 2000: US06012591 (9 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supporting modular and cooperating components which includes a base member, a vertical support pole extending upward from the base member, at least one bushing concentrically engaging the vertical support pole at a particular axial location, at least one support arm extending radial ...


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Carl Brock Brandenberg: Modular furniture system. Melvin A Hunn, August 3, 2004: US06769369 (8 worldwide citation)

A modular furniture system having planar vertical components having slots and tabs, and planar horizontal components having slots and tabs, wherein the vertical components and the horizontal components releasably and interlockingly mate with each other to form a plurality of different pieces of furn ...


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Robert L Kay, Carl Brock Brandenberg: Characterization of the nonlinearities of a display device by adaptive bisection with continuous user refinement. Hill Law Firm, December 4, 2007: US07304482 (4 worldwide citation)

A method for measuring and characterizing the nonlinearities of a display device by adaptive bisection using human perception for measurement. This method makes no assumptions about a display device's characteristics and can characterize any type of display device with any arbitrarily complex monoto ...


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Carl Brock Brandenberg: Modular furniture system. Legare, James E Walton, July 17, 2012: US08220398 (3 worldwide citation)

A modular furniture system having planar vertical components having slots and/or tabs, and planar horizontal components having slots and/or tabs, wherein the vertical components and the horizontal components releasably and interlockingly mate with each other to form a plurality of different pieces o ...