So Best Buy is suing NewEgg.com because they (Best Buy) feel that they own the word "Geek". So my first reaction was: WTF, Best Buy? You didn't INVENT that word.
But then I thought about it a little more. If I could corner the market on the name "Heather" I would. I'd wipe out every other Heather from the face of this earth... well maybe "wipe out" would be a bit harsh, but I'd at least make them all change their names to something else. I'm sure they'd be OK living the rest of their lives as Margarets or Candices, right?
(It actually did incense me that the screen name "H3ather" was already taken on several sites, including Twitter (hence the "z" on the end of my Twitter handle), but I just have to take solace in the fact that I'm the best and most important H3ather. All the others are poseurs and losers - if you don't believe me go look them up - the current "h3ather" on Twitter is dull as shit.)
Anyway, PCWorld posted this infographic a few months ago that was published in Oct 2010 that showed who is suing whom in the tech industry. As you can see, pretty much everyone is suing everyone.
Well then this got me to thinking (dangerous, right?). I have beefs with these companies. I could sue them all too! So below is an infographic of the reasons why I should be able to sue these companies.
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