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Hagen Schempf, Edward Mutschler, Brian Chemel, Scott Boehmke, William Crowley: Pipe inspection and repair system. Carnegie Mellon University, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart, November 23, 2004: US06820653 (70 worldwide citation)

A multi-module pipe inspection and repair device. The device includes a base module, a camera module, a sensor module, an MFL module, a brush module, a patch set/test module, and a marker module. Each of the modules may be interconnected to construct one of an inspection device, a preparation device ...


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David Berkowitz, Matthew William Crowley: Preserving a user experience with content across multiple computing devices using location information. Hewlett Packard Development Company, Fenwick & West, January 11, 2011: US07870272 (11 worldwide citation)

A content management system stores location information indicating a location within a content item where a user exited from or last-accessed the content item. This location information is synchronized or otherwise shared between or among a plurality of devices associated with the user. With this in ...


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Matthew William Crowley, Robert Yuji Haitani: Sharing access to content items using group information and item information. Hewlett Packard Development Company, November 8, 2011: US08055644 (11 worldwide citation)

A user can share media content with others by defining one or more groups, where each group includes members who may access a set of user's content item on the online service or on user's local device. Item information is generated for content items to be shared and indicates where the content item ...


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Matthew William Crowley, Robert Yuji Haitani: Sharing access to content items using group information and item information. Palm, Fenwick & West, November 10, 2009: US07617220 (8 worldwide citation)

A user can share media content with others by defining one or more groups, where each group includes members who may access a set of user's content item on the online service or on user's local device. Item information is generated for content items to be shared and indicates where the content item ...


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Richard Chang, Mario Bernardo Accumanno, Michael William Crowley: Tea maker. Bacon & Thomas PLLC, October 19, 2004: US06805040 (7 worldwide citation)

An tea maker is constructed to include an infusion cup, the infusion cup having a skirt for supporting on any of a variety of cups, a stopper mounted in the bottom through hole of the infusion cup, a resilient member secured between a base of the stopper and the bottom wall of the infusion cup to ho ...


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Richard Chang, Mario Bernardo Accumanno, Michael William Crowley: Timer tea maker. Bacon & Thomas PLLC, October 12, 2004: US06802246 (1 worldwide citation)

A timer tea maker is constructed to include an infusion cup carrying a timer, and a link mechanism provided at one side face of the infusion cup and controlled by the timer to raise a stopper from a bottom through hole of the infusion cup for enabling prepared tea to discharge out of the through hol ...


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Matthew William Crowley, Robert Yuji Haitani: Sharing Access to Content Items Using Group Information and Item Information. Palm, Fenwick & West, June 26, 2008: US20080154903-A1

A user can share media content with others by defining one or more groups, where each group includes members who may access a set of user's content item on the online service or on user's local device. Item information is generated for content items to be shared and indicates where the content item ...


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David Berkowitz, Matthew William Crowley: Preserving a User Experience with Content Across Multiple Computing Devices Using Location Information. Palm, Fenwick & West, June 5, 2008: US20080133529-A1

A content management system stores location information indicating a location within a content item where a user exited from or last-accessed the content item. This location information is synchronized or otherwise shared between or among a plurality of devices associated with the user. With this in ...


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Mario Bernardo Accumanno, Michael William Crowley, Richard Chang, Juan Fernandez: Tea maker with timer. Gearhart Law, August 21, 2008: US20080199580-A1

A tea maker, having a receptacle supported by a base, the receptacle being suitable for receiving water from a user and suitable for containing tea leaves, an actuatable valve having open and closed positions flowably connected to said receptacle; and a timer mechanism which sets the acuatable valve ...