Get Your Google Patents On CD has a nice
of long-time search watcher Stephen Arnold having compiled more than
120 patents he believes belong to Google on a CD. Want to get them in one go?
Visit his site,
pay your $50, and there you go. Gary, of course, regularly posts here about
patents and links to where you can download them for free (use that Legal:
Patents link below this post if you are an SEW
member for a
fast way to see his past posts). But if you want to save yourself some time and
love reading patents, this looks like an easy way to go.

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