Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Nothing Is Warranted



Nothing Is Warranted
Only Opinions

No warranties are made.  

Nothing is warranted about the material you received. That is material linking you to this page may contain errors. What you are reading is just an opinion. It is the reader's responsibility to verify the information is correct. It should be clear that what you read or hear may not be correct. 

The following goes into detail on what an opinion is.  It explains that discussions on something do not make it factual. Statements about others are opinions. Statements on the following are also just opinions: news, ethics, inventions, etc.



Details On This Disclaimer:

No Implied Warranties. Information Probably Contains Errors. These Are Opinions. Kindly Use Common Sense. Carefully Read The Below.

Were you directed to this page from another authorized site?  If so, the service, information or invention you read about is not warranted in any way. 
Note: The site directing you here might even be untested, possibly dangerous in some way, or cause serious harm. This applies to sites affiliated with Innovations Institute LLC, and AIM™ plus others permitted to link to this site (this site normally doesn’t have legal rights to stop others linking to this site).

Warning Applies To Authorized Sites:
• Nothing on sites given permission to link to this site is warranted.
• All agreements must be in writing:  Do not rely on verbal information. Important agreements must be notarized.
• Don’t rely on info from a website that links to this page without first consulting your attorney, business consultant with experience in the field. Web search the subject you are interested in. Get a wider perspective on the situation.
• Sites linking here may be very creative and innovative. Expect beta sites to have errors.

Do Your Research:
• Get alternative views on interesting subjects at hand. Use authorized sites as a creative tool to start searching. 
• Discussing negative things is brainstorming versus slander. Any statements that might be construed as negative about others are unverified or need further verification.  Said negative things also are one or more of the following: brainstorming; sarcasm; an attempt to collect a debt; discussing a subject matter as a way to get deeper into the truth. Let's work towards discovering the truth from different angles and not have the discovery process construed as possibly slanderous.

Listen & Read Carefully:
Did you miss words like "maybe" in what you read or heard?  Let's imagine things turned out different from how you imagined. It is silly to look back at the facts you want to remember ignoring the rest of the picture. For example this page states there may be errors. One can't look at jus the facts they want such as hearing "make a million dollars or euros", without also remembering that the phrase included the word "maybe". Were you to say sue company XX for failure to deliver, the company can win the case then sue you for their legal costs and time waisted on silly law suits.

Defining “Nothing Warranted”:
Ask your attorney about the broad warnings given. As used in authorized sites, the term “Nothing Warranted” also means:
• Google the legal ramifications of no or limited warranties. Research: "no warranty", "nothing warranted", "not assuming liability", "avoid liability" and/or "avoiding liability" for starters.
• Nothing in any manner or form is 100% certain. 
• Just Opinion: Statements are opinions unless expressly stated that they are facts.  Yet there probably are missing facts. As in life, every story or perspective has at least two sides. Don't take the opinions or allegations as fact.
• No implied warranty.
• The blog, concept, service or invention could be in beta phase. Expect mistakes.
• No agreements are made except via notarized contracts. There are no spoken promises and no spoken warranties.
• Brainstorming: This creative site page and innovative links are for brainstorming, and exploring beta ideas. See BrainstormRights.Com for simplified explanations.
• Expect errors.

Authorized Sites:
This page may be accidentally linked form a party this blog poster does not know. This page is not liable for anything happening on this page, or sites linking to or from this blog.

Draft Content:
• Beta content provides ideas to stimulate imagination. Beta content on authorized sites does not offer the conclusive say on any matter.
• Beta content is part of the Intercultural Engineering™ and Innovation Institute™ patented or patent pending systems, methods, software and electronics designed to improve creative thinking.
• Material might be translated and/or have errors from speech to text conversion. This is especially apparent when incorrect words are used, even if they are rightly spelled.

Speech to Text Conversion Software Makes Mistakes:
More people are using software converting speech to text. There can be gross errors, many of which are funny. Some errors would not be funny and can be completely incorrect.  Check that the digital content you received is correct before assuming the worst.  This applies to: text messages, emails, word documents, blogs, etc.

Avoid Problems Before Hand
To minimize problems consider the following:

Read the contractual warranty (if any) before you buy. Research through the links and search suggestions on this page what an ironclad warranty gives you.

Consider the reputation of the company backing their ironclad warranty. Check with the Better Business Bureau and if you have a business account, ask Dunn & Bradstreet or other credit reporting services have on the company you may do business with. Any ironclad warranty is only as good as the company that stands behind it.

For electronic invention warranties, use the electronic invention according to the manufacturer's instructions. Abuse or misuse may void your written warranty coverage.

Verify website and site link value: Expect errors. You should analyze the following about the site: validity, creative value, timeliness, completeness, innovative economic viability, safety considering innovation is by nature beta, and legality. Without exception the site content provider and host are not liable for possible damages were you to rely on the website’s content.  Again the site is strictly a brainstorm tool as explained on sites like BrainstormRights.Com. Collect the site’s innovative ideas only to stimulate creative brainstorming. Next verify the validity of the fruits from your brainstorming with your attorneys, business consultants and others.

Brainstorming Rights & Encouraging Creative Thinking
• Brainstorming is encouraged. Read the important BrainstormRights.Com site to increase your creative thinking skills and explore indemnifying brainstorming.
• Brainstorming creative thinkers and inventors need to be protected from liability.  This encourages innovation.  A final electronic invention sold in stores as something other than a prototype does come with implied warranties, because the electronics manufacturer should take due diligence in making sure electronic products are safe and not going to cause them liability.

Goal Is To Encourage Creative Thinking:
• Worrying about liability while brainstorming is proven to often reduce people’s degrees of original thinking. Studies show this applies more to brainstorming about non-safety topics and when there’s less of a deadline.
• This site and sites linking to this page are designed to encourage creative thinking. Let whatever ideas come up flourish. It is the reader’s responsibility to then filter good from bad information, business ideas, safety precautions, innovations, inventions, etc.
• Important details at BrainstormRights.Com

Resolving Disputes:
• Remember “Nothing Is Warranted”. But if there is another matter that needs resolving consider these steps. A verbal complaint may not be enough. Write your complaint along with suggested solutions.  If you’re writing is not replied to write again and call. 
• The website that linked you here prescribes to first having mediation by teleconference, then if possible in person in Solano County, California. Should mediation sessions fail, plan to work with the American Arbitration Association in Solano County, California. The loser should pay all the winner’s legal costs (as permitted by law and AAA) www.adr.org.

Step 1: Write to the organization clearly explaining your problem, along with your full contact information.

Step 2: Carefully weigh all sides.

Step 3: Set up a mediation meeting in Solano County.  The most cost effective Solano County conference room rentals www.SolanoConferenceRooms.com are Fairfield, California. Solano County research dispute resolution programs can handle disagreements in Fairfield. Solano County consumer protection offices can suggest Solano mediators in or near Fairfield, California.

Step 4: Contact AAA (American Arbitration Association) in Solano County. Be prepared to pay the high fees they charge.

Additional Warnings
More things to think about are on these sites: BlogDisclaimers.Net and BrainstormRights.Net and BetaContent.Net. Remember the disclaimers on the site leading you here. Hire licensed consultants for backup help even if you think you know everything there’s to know. The public is requested not to link to this site, but if you do, don't use these or other disclaimers as a shield from slander or libel when you are deliberately acting in bad faith.

Intellectual Property: Inventions, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, Copyrights
No absolute claims are made to originality of any intellectual property. Statements such as "Mary invented XX" are opinions. More disclaimers on intellectual property include: Trademarks are at TrademarkDisclaimers.Com. Stealing other's intellectual property is at PossibleInfringer.Com and ProvisionalPatentRights.Com plus InfringementDisclaimers.Com. If your material is copied, then make sure to contact the party appearing to have stolen your intellectual property, and provide ample evidence for your claim.

Humor
People sometimes might need to lighten up. Don't confuse humor or brainstorming with facts or a concrete suggestion for doing something. Statements made in humor are opinions. Humor hopefully has  a useful side helping other's learn and grow to become better, more ethical people.

Use Common Sense
Laws vary by city, county, state (province) and country.  Find out which country's or regional laws a person may be making reference to should discussions be of a legal nature. If any aspect of this page does not apply, then the remaining portions shall apply. You agree to indemnify sites linking here from errors.  

EXPECT ERRORS IN WHAT YOU READ OR HEARD.
NOTHING IS WARRANTED TO BE CORRECT!

9 comments:

  1. Interesting way to help explain what readers need to be careful about. Is the world that dangerous? Who can pay some lawyer for every question a guy has?

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  2. The lack of freedom innovators suffer due to fear of making a mistake is one of the biggest reasons why innovators have such a hard time. Step one is to make it possible to safely say anything without being punished for negative consequences that may not have been seen earlier.

    A great site on how to help get your innovations adopted in a less than open minded work or government environment www.PoliticsOfInnovation.com.

    Lots of hot innovative ideas for business and government are at InnovationInstituteBlog.Com

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  3. Consider putting "fear" aside while brainstorming. Our studies prove fear will reduce the quality of most people's creating thinking in most situations.

    Save your "fear factor" when going sifting through your list of innovative ideas, and scoring them for viability. Then get as skeptical as you want and get opinions from those who have been there and done related things.

    Don't Give Up...!

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  4. If more people had higher levels of ethics and open-mindedness, we would not have half the world's problems we experience today.

    We have seen first hand how excellent medical research projects were squashed because investors in medical intellectual property would lose money from their patents if a better patent came through.

    International AIDS Research, a division of Innovation Institute, LLC is one of many examples.

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  5. This valuable posting helps show people the needed cautions about provisional patent rights. You still need to research for a good patent attorney. The postings are not giving legal advice or the full list of disclaimers.

    Key in business is to be ethical.

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  6. Never rely on any comments as legal advice. More free details on provisional patent rights at ProvisionalPatentRights.Com. Get better free PPR information by contacting your country's patent office. Laws vary by country and other circumstances. Good luck!

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    A general release does not extend to ______ business claims which the creditor does not know. This includes what the Fairfield company does not suspect to exist in his favor at the time of executing the release. If known by him it must have materially affected his settlement with the debtor."

    International Provisions Of Non Liability: Fairfield, California laws shall apply. Losing party pays legal costs. Disputes to be handled first by mediation, then binding decision from American Arbitration Association in Solano County, California.

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