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Here's a job that's still safe from the robot uprising in the workforce

Here's a job that's still safe from the robot uprising in the workforce

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Terminator (1984) | Action ~ Sci-Fi | The thing that won't die, in the nightmare that won't end |  Artwork by Brian Roll [©2006]

Terminator (1984) | Action ~ Sci-Fi | The thing that won't die, in the nightmare that won't end | Artwork by Brian Roll [©2006]

"Jeremy Lin is going on offense to protect Linsanity. The Knicks sensation this week applied for trademark rights to Linsanity, The Huffington Post learned late Friday after obtaining his application. One of Lin's attorneys confirmed it. "We're prepared to protect his intellectual property rights," said Pam Deese at the Washington, D.C., law firm of Arent Fox." - From HuffPo http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/17/jeremy-lin-linsanity-trademark_n_1285608.html?ref=tw

"Jeremy Lin is going on offense to protect Linsanity. The Knicks sensation this week applied for trademark rights to Linsanity, The Huffington Post learned late Friday after obtaining his application. One of Lin's attorneys confirmed it. "We're prepared to protect his intellectual property rights," said Pam Deese at the Washington, D.C., law firm of Arent Fox." - From HuffPo http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/17/jeremy-lin-linsanity-trademark_n_1285608.html?ref=tw

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