1. Play Time, Inc., Appellee, vs. Worldcom, Inc., Appellant
"It would seem a property right in numbers similar to a TV station
broadcast frequency license might be a reasonable claim."
FWIW, broadcasters do *not* have a property right in the normal sense
in their licenses; when a station is sold the seller has to apply to
the FCC to transfer the license to the buyer, and the Commission can
deny that transfer if it sees a problem with the buyer. The FCC, of
course, can also revoke a license at any time under its regulations,
which must comply with the Communications Act.
Among other things, the FCC usually doesn't allow a broadcast license
to be sold separately from the real and other property of the station
in question, so someone who has just obtained a license can't just
turn around and sell it; s/he has to actually put the station on the
air, somehow, and then sell the operating station. (One Louisville FM
station licensee got around that a few years ago by renting a spare
transmitter from Clear Channel Communications, which operated two
stations here and has more now. Clear Channel downlinked a
satellite-fed country music service, put it on the new licensee's
frequency with its spare transmitter, and signed the new call letters
as required. This went on for several months, during which the
licensee found a buyer and made a deal to sell the station; this
complied with the letter of the FCC rules since the station was in
operation, but no physical assets were sold -- the guy didn't own any
2. gif pcx bmp source code
3. MUI Drag&Drop
4. Commute/Central Point Software, Inc.
5. comtcp documentation?
6. Tedas, Inc. Phoneware-ISDN Software
7. Anybody tried Tymsync software from Datum, inc?
8. CSS11000 doesn't respond on port 80 all else seems perfect
9. EIGRP vs OSPF in a "perfect network"
10. Is Catalyst sw version 3.2 less than perfect ?