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Look at the very last comment
I fear it's bad news for northern light.
Saw the divine story yesterday -- couldn't remember why I knew the name of the company ;)
all your shopping cart belong to us [theregister.co.uk] - things must be desperate with a claim like this... from January.
Your right on.
I had just read that very post and was going to paste the same comment here.
I wonder if Northern Light will finally go away, or will it mean new life?
That's right, I had forgotten that it was Divine that was trying to make everyone pay for using Shopping Carts.
I also found this little statement about DIVINE, Inc. :
"Filipowski raised about $1 billion starting in 1999 to create a company with a market value of $3 million as of Tuesday's close--a greater than 99 percent loss."
OUCH! That's gotta hurt.
joined:June 18, 2002
I knew they were in trouble when they started black mailing firms with patent claims that would never stand up in court.
I feel sorry for the firms that were stupid enough to give them money, rather than consulting legal advice.
Last time I looked, months ago, all they had was that search / then you could pay for the 'article' after reading an abstract...I guess it just never appealed to a lot of us, eh?
Northern Light's advantages are the boolean searching and topic clustering.