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Monday, 23 April 2012

Det her er barnebarnet til bestemor Ågot sin lillebror, (mener jeg). Men jeg har bare prata med henne på Facebook

barnebarn av bestemor ågot sin lillebror

http://www.rbk.no/incoming/article174118.ece

PS.

Stine synes at Return er harry:

stine synes at return er harry

http://interaktiv.vg.no/tett_paa_nett/html/98return.html

PS 2.

Jeg lurer på om Stine er litt morbid, hennes e-post adresse heter noe med 'meat science' og dette her er vel litt morbid også:

stine er litt morbid

http://www.vg.no/bildespesial/spesial.php?id=8749

Noen i Sande søkte på 'oddis pulte familien sand'', på Google. Det var spesielt. Hm

oddis familien sand

Jeg sendte en klage til Lidl





Gmail - Complaint











Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










Complaint












Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 8:45 PM




To:
pressoffice@lidl.co.uk






Hi,

I like to send to proper e-mail addresses so could you please send this e-mail to your custommer-support?

Today I was at Lidl Kensington.

Boxes everywhere on the floor, where the butter etc. is, (I think it must have been).


Two Lidl-staff stands there some meters away, doing some fine-tuning of the shelves, I think.

The other custommers stood in my way due to that there were a lot of boxes on the floor.


This shop is also often sold of of 2 liters of Freeway-Cola and 2 liters of Freeway Iron Brew.

This shop also places goods in front of the check-out area so that there is no place to place the baskets.


(Althought this has been better lately).

Staff was inpolite today, told me to just take the carriers through and not put them on the check-out.

Without me asking anything.


Last time I was there, on Friday, someone forgot a 2 liter bottle of orange soda.

The cashier asked me if it was mine.

I explained that it wasn't, (I looked for the 12 packs of Pepsi-cans, which you had for Easter, but they were sold out, staff said, even you had plenty earlier that week I'd noticed).


The Cashier then just put the bottle aside, instead of running after the custommers who had forgotten their bottle.

A Lidl-manager and a sequrity-guard was also standing there, (watching this incident), since this was at closing time.


None of them bothered running after the custommer explaining that he had forgotten his goods.

I've worked in Coop in Norway for two years and Rimi/ICA in Norway for thirteen years, and have gone to business-school and one private and several public academies.


I thought this was poor custommer-support.

I've also worked as a Shop Manager, for four years, in Norway, so now I thought it was time to write a complaint.

Your carriers aren't that good quality eighter.


I opened one in the queue once, to make the packing go faster, and it split.

Just some feed-backs/complaints from a regular customer.

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog







Sånn her ser det ut i Strømm, hvor jeg er fra. Jeg er oppvokst et par mil lenger sør, langs Drammensfjorden. Hurumlandet på den andre siden av fjorden

sånn ser ut i strømm

http://dt.rubrikken.no/properties/107324

Jeg sendte en ny e-post angående patent





Gmail - Update/Fwd: Patent











Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










Update/Fwd: Patent












Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 4:02 PM




To:
Information <Information@ipo.gov.uk>






Hi,

well, I think that when it's an invention in the industry e-commerce, which is on the internet and therefore not physical, then it should be obvious that the invention isn't physical eighter.


I think it sounds a bit strange if one can't patent inventions because they are digital and not physical.


And also, like I explained in one of my earlier e-mails I think I can explain why I don't apply at once, because I've been very busy and haven't known about patents in detail earlier.


It isn't right that only professors, (who has learned about patents at University can apply for patents, I think).

I've gone to the University of Sunderland, Faculty of Applied Sciences, and have learned about research there, but we didn't learn about patents, (but I had some problems with the study-loan bank in Norway etc., so that took some of my attention away from the studies).


Further, I wasn't joking when I wrote that I have invented a new industry.

Automated crossword-production.


This invention does for crosswords what book-printing does for books.

Cross-word-writers doesn't have to sit all day any longer like if they were monks in the dark ages.


Now they can just use my invention and the crosswords are made automaticaly.

(After some fine-tuning/re-development to make my invention more commercial, but the invention works at todays date, it's with NITH, and academy in Oslo, I made it in 1991/92, on a Final Year Project, (Module-name: O39/O40), Name on Project : Kryssordkompilator.


I've later not had much time for dealing with things like this.

I had to go to my conscription-service, in the Norwegian Army, in the infantery there, just weeks after finishing the invention.


And there they didn't understand.

When I told my platoon-leading-officer, Sverre Frøshaug, that I had to call my acadamy, (then called NHI), then he started talking about if this was important enough, when we were at an infantery-exersice, in a mountain-area near Kongsberg.


So I didn't get to call NHI, and after that nothing has happened, because then I didn't get to go on a scheduled meeting, regarding the invention, with Ole Øren, head-master, NHI.


Of course it was important, that I called NHI, or else I wouldn't have asked.

So I didn't know what to ansver Sverre Frøshaug then, when he asked me this, on the bus, back to the army-base, in Elverum, where also British Royal Marines, (I think they are), go to practice skiing, in the winters, and compete with us conscription-soldiers from Norway.


So I wondered about how I go forward to apply for a patent for the industry/invention, which I've invented.

Yours sincerely,


Erik Ribsskog


On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 9:43 AM, Information <Information@ipo.gov.uk> wrote:

Dear Sir,



Thank you for your email dated 20.04.2012



If you apply for a patent in the UK you would need to have in mind an invention that has a physical feature, or features, that you can list and describe (and therefore which we could search) that you believe are new and inventive. 'New' means not having been made publicly available anywhere prior to the day of filing. 'Inventive' means the invention should include an inventive step and not be something could be merely regarded as obvious by someone with a background in that type of industry.



I think it may be possible to patent software in the USA, but I would advise that you go to www.uspto.org for more information.



The email address is:



IP.Policy@uspto.org



If you are in the UK, the best person to speak to regarding patentability would be a Patent Agent. These are Solicitors who specialise in intellectual property. The Governing body - the Chartered Institute of Patent Agents - hold free advice clinics around the country: please go to www.cipa.org.uk



Yours sincerely,



John Hurley

Information Centre

Intellectual Property Office.



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-----Original Message-----

From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 20 April 2012 16:50

To: Information

Subject: Update/Fwd: Patent



Hi,



I read up a bit more about Software Patents now:



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_patents_under_United_Kingdom_patent_law



To use the same termonology, used in the Wikipedia-article, linked to above, I think I would call the method I want to patent an invention in the field/industry of E-Commerce.



Hope this is easier to understand now!



Best regards,



Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 4:40 PM

Subject: Fwd: Patent

To: Information@ipo.gov.uk







Hi,



Wikipedia mentions Software patents:





In modern usage, the term patent usually refers to the right granted to anyone who invents any new, useful, and non-obvious process, machine, article of manufacture, or composition of matter. Some other types of intellectual property rights are also referred to as patents in some jurisdictions: industrial design rights <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_design_rights> are called design patents <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Design_patents> in the US, plant breeders' rights <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plant_breeders%27_rights> are sometimes called plant patents, andutility models <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utility_model> and Gebrauchsmuster <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gebrauchsmuster> are sometimes called petty patents or innovation patents. The additional qualification utility patent is sometimes used (primarily in the US) to distinguish the primary meaning from these other types of patents.



Examples of particular species of patents for inventions include biological patents <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biological_patent> , business method patents <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_method_patent> , chemical patents <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_patent> and software patents <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_patent> .









http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patent















Is this only in the US?









Thanks in advance for any reply!



Best regards,



Erik Ribsskog



PS.



This patent is really not web design only, it's more a method, I think one should call it.





---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 4:18 PM

Subject: Re: Patent

To: Information <Information@ipo.gov.uk>







Ok,



thank you very much for the reply.



Then I understand that this is about copyright.



Thanks again for the help!



Best regards,



Erik Ribsskog





On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 3:49 PM, Information <Information@ipo.gov.uk> wrote:





Dear Erik







Thank you for your enquiry.







Unfortunately websites and processes related to them are not protectable by a patent <http://www.ipo.gov.uk/types/patent/p-about/p-whatis.htm> in the United Kingdom.







A patent protects new physical inventions and covers how things work, what they do, how they do it, what they are made of and how they are made. It gives the owner the right to prevent others from making, using, importing or selling the invention without permission.







The actual software you have used on your website may be protected under copyright <http://www.ipo.gov.uk/types/copy/c-about.htm> if it was created by you however the idea of how to view and purchase items online is not protectable by UK intellectual property laws.







I hope this helps with your enquiry. If you have any more queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.







Yours Sincerely







Andrew Reith



Information Centre



IP Advisor







Unsure how Intellectual Property can benefit you? Want to see how IP relates to your business and how to safeguard your assets? Get a FREE IP Health check online using a new interactive tool at - www.ipo.gov.uk/iphealthcheck















-----Original Message-----

From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 20 April 2012 13:15

To: Information

Subject: Patent







Hi,







I have developed a web-shop myself, where one have to point on the pictures, of the goods, with the mouse-arrow, and then you get to read the product-information.







Then you just click to put the item in the shopping-basket:







http://www.goodyshop.co.uk/







I also have a Norwegian shop: http://www.godtebutikken.net/, and I've sold about 100 packets to Norway now.







So the shop works fine.







I wonder if I should register a patent on the way one buy the products, since I think that's a unique solution, which I haven't seen anywhere else, and which works fine.







I'm going to go to the bank again to try to get a business-loan, and then I'm going to try to register this patent.







I just wanted to send this initial e-mail, to document that I've started working with this a bit.







Hope this is alright!







Yours sincerley,







Erik Ribsskog

















Jeg sendte en ny e-post til Twitter





Gmail - #5138782 Twitter Support: update on "Impersonation - johncons_"











Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










#5138782 Twitter Support: update on "Impersonation - johncons_"












Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 5:11 AM




To:
Twitter Support <support+id5138782@twitter.zendesk.com>






Hi,

thank you for your e-mail.

I'm the only person named Erik Ribsskog in the World, so it seems evident to me that @johncons_ is impersonating me when using the name Erik Ribsskog.


So this is a case where someone copy both my Twitter-nick @johncons and real name, Erik Ribsskog.


I've also explained to you, in my first report that this person use a picture, which I own the copyright to:


The person also links to my blog: http://johncons-mirror.blogspot.co.uk/


The person have this tweet: 'Nå var det 4 politifolk her og henta dildoen min. Men men.'.



It means 'now four police-people where here and picked up my dildo. But But'.


This refers to an incident where four police-men came to my flat last year to pick up an axe I'd bought in self-defence after receiving threats.


The term 'men men', is one I often use when I write on my blog.


This is not a case of two people having similar user-names, this is a case of someone impersonating me.


It really frustrates me a bit that you have to ask me more about this, (since this is very anoying for me), but I guess it's because this harassment againts me is in Norwegian and not easy to understand for people who speaks other languagues.


Please just contact me if there is anything more you want me to exlain about regarding this!


Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog




On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 3:58 AM, cbellarun <notifications-support@twitter.zendesk.com> wrote:



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Twitter










cbellarun, Apr 22 07:58 pm (PDT):

Hello,

Twitter's policies prohibit accounts that impersonate individuals in order to actively deceive and mislead others. Accounts with similar appearances (such as similar background or avatar images), or accounts with similar usernames, are not automatically in violation


If there is information on the account that shows a clear intent to assume your real identity, please reply to this email with a detailed description of the information. This could include @replies, links to reproduced content, or other Tweets. This help page explains how to find a Tweet's status link:


https://support.twitter.com/articles/80586

Users are allowed to select any content they would like for their account, provided it does not violate the Twitter Rules (https://twitter.com/rules).


Thanks,

@cbellarun
Twitter Trust and Safety




johncons, Apr 20 03:34 pm (PDT):

Full name: Erik Ribsskog
Username of reported account: @johncons_

Description: Uses my nick, (johncons), with underscore after.

Also uses my name, (Mr. Erik Ribsskog), but harasses by writing it like 'Miss Erik Ribsskog'.


Email address: eribsskog@gmail.com
Twitter username (optional): @johncons

Anything else? (optional): The picture that the impersonator links to, (http://ow.ly/i/zOwA), is a picture I have the copyright to, and the impersonator writes that the Police are there to find a dildo, which is a lie.




Message-Id:VE1P4EQ3_4f94c55ee1b5c_16271c2427c357157e_sprut









Policy for kommentarer


Anonyme kommentarer, blir slettet, (etter en del problemer, med nettmobbing osv.).

Hvis du har et vanlig navn, så skriv gjerne noe, som skiller deg, fra andre, med samme navn, (sånn at det er klart, hvem som skriver).

Kommentarer som inneholder trakassering, (og som ikke holder seg, til temaet, i blogg-posten), blir bare slettet, (og ikke publisert).

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

For å eventuelt legge inn kommentar, så trykk på linken, til blogg-posten, (så kommer det opp et felt, hvor man kan kommentere).

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