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James D Logan, Daniel F Goessling, Richard S Goldhor: Methods and apparatus for selectively reproducing segments of broadcast programming. July 11, 2000: US06088455 (484 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for editing broadcast programming signals which allow a user to compile a proprietary signal tailored to the user's individual preferences are provided. Systems of the present invention include a receiver for receiving a broadcast programming signal in any broadcast format, a dat ...


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James D Logan, Richard Goldhor, Daniel Goessling: Systems and methods for computer enhanced broadcast monitoring. Personal Audio, Testa Hurwitz Thibeault, April 6, 1999: US05892536 (453 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for editing the content of a broadcast programming signal to provide a proprietary program signal that has been tailored to the preferences of an individual monitoring the broadcast programming signal. Accordingly, the systems and methods of the invention off ...


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James D Logan, Richard Goldhor, Daniel Goessling: Systems and methods for computer enhanced broadcast monitoring. November 16, 1999: US05986692 (303 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for editing the content of a broadcast programming signal to provide a proprietary program signal that has been tailored to the preferences of an individual monitoring the broadcast programming signal. Accordingly, the systems and methods of the invention off ...


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James D Logan, Richard Goldhor, Daniel Goessling: Apparatus and methods for broadcast monitoring. Gotuit Media, Kent A Lembke, Hogan & Hartson L, May 30, 2006: US07055166 (243 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for editing the content of a broadcast programming signal to provide a proprietary program signal that has been tailored to the preferences of an individual monitoring the broadcast programming signal. Accordingly, the systems and methods of the invention off ...


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James D Logan, Blair Evans: System and method for emulating a mouse input device with a touchpad input device. Microtouch Systems, Joseph S Iandiorio, July 5, 1994: US05327161 (240 worldwide citation)

A system and method for emulating a mouse input device with a touchpad input device having a drag switch and touch device in which the direction of movement of the touch device across the touchpad surface is determined, a display cursor is caused to move in the same relative direction as the directi ...


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James D Logan, Daniel F Goessling, Richard S Goldhor: Systems and methods for modifying broadcast programming. Gotuit Media, Charles G Call, August 16, 2005: US06931451 (224 worldwide citation)

A system for selecting, erasing or reproducing program recordings using marking and descriptive data which is transmitted to a client location from a remote processing location. A database of identification signals specifying the characteristics of a known programming is maintained at a remote proce ...


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James D Logan: System for using a touchpad input device for cursor control and keyboard emulation. MicroTouch Systems, Iandiorio & Teska, September 9, 1997: US05666113 (211 worldwide citation)

A system for using a touch-sensitive computer input touchpad for computer cursor control and keypad emulation in which the system senses a touch on the touchpad surface, resolves lateral touch movement after the touch, and establishes cursor control on resolution of sufficient lateral movement.


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James D Logan: Rules based methods and apparatus. Charles G Call, October 7, 2003: US06631271 (150 worldwide citation)

A rules-based system for monitoring the movement and relative location of a plurality of electronic devices and performing specified actions, such as issuing notification messages and actuating alarms, when the conditions specified in tone or more rules are satisfied. The rules are accepted from a u ...


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Robert A Stein, James D Logan, Charles A Woringer: Position sensing computer input device. MicroTouch Systems, Kirk Teska, Joseph S Iandiorio, November 15, 1994: US05365461 (131 worldwide citation)

A position sensing computer input device including a sensor with a sensing surface including a conductive sheet on which a human touch and the touch of an inanimate object may both be sensed. The device is able to discriminate between the two types of touch for allowing input with at least one of an ...


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James D Logan, Daniel M Morton: Radio receiving, recording and playback system. Charles G Call, June 6, 2006: US07058376 (121 worldwide citation)

A radio receiver and storage unit which concurrently and continuously receives and records a plurality of separate, simultaneously broadcast programs, and then selectively reproduces desired programs at desired times. User interface buttons selectively perform the following five functions not availa ...



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