I`m looking at this as an avenue to prove the conception date, and by whom certain ideas were conceived. I don`t see why this can`t serve the purpose I`m going after, all I need is something to legitimately prove who came up with certain ideas, and who has the proof that shows they came up with the ideas first. Now, I know there is some service the trademark agency provides, but I dont see why this can`t be just as effective.
So anyway, here`s my real question. Could there be any inherent flaws in putting a lot of the information pertaining to the proof on floppy disks inside an envelope? The thing is, it`s like 70 pages, and I don`t see the need to print that out when an enclosed floppy disk could serve that same purpose. Unless, of course, there`s some legal loophole to the whole process I`m not aware of. If anyone has any knowledge on this, it would be much appreciated. Because you see, I`m at a stage where I`m willing to submit some trade secrets and highly confidential material to a VC or two [for some reason I`m really not concerned with them stealing anything, after all their reputation is on the line], but I just want to have something that proves I came up with this stuff first. Thanks a lot
I want to know, if I can live with what I know. And only that.