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USPTO museum hosts special Steve Jobs exhibit

updated 02:50 pm EST, Wed November 23, 2011

Jobs listed on over 300 patents and trademarks

The US Patent and Trademark Office last week launched a special Steve Jobs exhibit at its museum, located in Alexandria, Virginia. The display involves 30 iPhone-shaped panels, which -- with the exception for a description of the exhibit and some photos -- predominantly feature the front pages of patents and trademarks bearing Jobs' name. Throughout his life, Jobs was credited as an inventor or co-inventor on over 300 such documents. As Apple CEO he was famous for micromanaging the details of many products, explaining his USPTO footprint.

The exhibit is located in the atrium of the Madison Building, and like the rest of the museum is free. It's currently scheduled to run through January 15th.





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