It's Patent Week at major media outlets.
Here are the highlights so far:
Today - August 17th - Wall Street Journal: Kodak Launches Sale of Patents
Then there's Verizon hoping that the acquisition of Motorola Mobility will calm the patent war with a form of patent detente.
Tuesday - August 16th - New York Times: A Bull Market in Tech Patents
Reuter's Breaking Views has an article called, "Reading Palm" about HP's purchase of Palm and its cache of patents.
Then there's Google's $12.5B Gamble - one of hundreds of articles about Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility
And, "Google's Deal Shakes Up Asia's Mobile Landscape," what happens when you go from being partners to competitors overnight.
On Monday there was the announcement of the Google deal (complete with a video) This was closely followed by an article in the WSJ on how the Google Deal Complicates Microsoft's Strategy.
And it's only Wednesday.
By the end of the week we'll find out that Nathan Mynhold actually owns a million patents instead of the current urban legend of 35,000.