nyt Wednesday, 11/08/17 01:18:51 PM Re: gvandalay post# 42601 0 Post # of 53608 As it has been turning out for some time (years), even getting the patents (which is the only thing they've been able to get done), hasn't turned out to be a good thing since for a long time no one at all has shown any interest in them or even mentions the name of Voip-Pal. I'm therefore not expecting much change to occur except maybe a little more price erosion. I noticed that even winning an IPR from Unified (who represented numerous big dogs) had little or no effect on anything to vplm's benefit. There is something called momentum & inertia & the lack of inertia in vplm's case means it's unlikely to gain any. Apparently, EVERYONE WHO HAS ANY SORT OF INTEREST in vplm (aside from s/h's) wants it to stay just the way it is. They almost seem TO KNOW that it's not gonna get bought up, nor sell licenses, but don't want it to die either. Look at the daily price manipulation been going on for yrs. Seems that vplm has "got what it takes"......to take what you got... I believe if vplm and the patent suite was for real that it would've continued to develop it's "industry leading" voip services provider business and (like Chang promised) incorporate the IP into itself, thereby automatically & instantly transforming themselves into the TRUE worldwide leader & king of the hill in voip. Instead, they found it better to keep you all thinking they are your pal in voip. Why would they do that? Why would they do that? Why would they do that?????? Reminds me of father McKenzie writing the words (code) to a sermon (patent application) that no one will hear (use). No one comes near (none have. They don't buy it). Was it a BIG miscalculation.....or a BIG ruse? I think there were elements of both. Gotta luv that anti dilution thingy. Genius... Vancouver finest, eh?