Between visits by cousins, a day trip to the In Person Meet and Confer Inn & Suites at DFW, and a two day trip with the twins to Waco to provide a seminar on texting for my 80-year-old mother and to read (for the first time, actually) my mother's detailed notes on yours truly in my baby book, I completely forgot to check on the outcome of Judge Dyk's Stragent v. Intel case in Tyler until this morning.
The Tyler jury in visiting CAFC Judge Timothy Dyk's court found that the plaintiff had not proved that either the chips or the wafers infringed either of the asserted claims. It did, however, find that Intel had proven by clear and convincing evidence that both claims were invalid. So no on infringement and yes on invalidity - which actually was statistically the most likely outcome for patent trials locally last year as well. Also means plaintiffs were 1-1 last week in patent/commercial litigation in Tyler.
Oh, and I know you wanted to know. According to the book (and look at the text in the photo - that woman could write), I was the best baby ever and everyone stopped to tell my mother so. I did have one cross day in January of 1965, she records (seriously - that was it), but other than that was perfect. Ancient record (is it ever) so admissible all day long under 803(16).