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  • Writer's pictureLari Kangas

Hey there! How are you doing? That simple question forms the foundation of Feelette Oy. We've come to a realization: the existing digital communication tools fall short when it comes to answering this question. The internet lacks tools for emotional communication, leaving us adrift in a vast wilderness, lost in extremities.

It's no secret that we, as humanity, tend to misbehave in the internet, or as it's fashionably called nowadays, the metaverse. Hate speech, extreme political swings, narcissism—you name it, there are numerous reasons behind these phenomena. However, one key factor stands out: the absence of proper tools for communication and human interaction in this realm. That's where we come in. Our small contribution comes to life in the form of digital communication tools tailored specifically for human emotions.

In the future of the internet, control plays a pivotal role. Considerable efforts are made to monitor and regulate human behavior, collecting (meta)data that ultimately educates algorithms and fuels artificial intelligence, particularly for purposes like social media advertising. Yet, remarkably little attention is given to empowering individuals with control. The mind-boggling advancements in automated research using metadata have resulted in astonishing psychological models based on AI, accurately deciphering human behavior. However, amidst this progress, questions arise about personal agency. Does your opinion matter? Does it hold any weight when you strive to portray yourself in a certain way, to uplift yourself, even if sensors and AI algorithms claim otherwise?

Now, here's the punchline: what we offer is not some utopian dream or futuristic innovation. Feelette Oy has patented a communication method over the internet, bridging the gap between humans and machines, where the sharing of time and pressure takes center stage. This universal form of communication transcends language and cultural barriers, allowing the entire humanity to understand it. When you make yourself available, others comprehend your availability, no matter where they reside. Furthermore, the shared experience of pressure adds an intense dimension to that availability.

This is just one example of how communication over the internet can be enhanced, but it merely scratches the surface. We are compelled to do better—for humanity's sake. We must strive for advancements that empower individuals, foster genuine connections, and uplift the human experience in the digital realm. Together, let's embark on this journey to create a better future, where communication thrives and humanity flourishes.




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It is with great disappointment that we announce the unsuccessful attempt to sell Cape Town Tigers (Pty) Ltd and its Delaware, USA based holding company Severus, LLC. We understand that this news may be disappointing to our fans, partners, and the entire Basketball Africa League (BAL) community.

We want to assure our fans that our commitment to building a winning team and providing a first-class experience at Cape Town Tigers remains steadfast. We appreciate the efforts of the potential buyers who expressed interest in our company, and we are grateful to the NBA Africa and the BAL league office for their support throughout the process.

We remain focused on continuing to build a competitive and successful team on and off the court. Our goal is to bring a championship to our fans and the city we represent, and we are confident in our ability to achieve that goal with the continued support of our fans and partners.

We want to thank our fans for their loyalty and passion for Cape Town Tigers. We are committed to providing them with an exciting and enjoyable experience, both on and off the court, and we look forward to the upcoming games in Cairo, Egypt with great anticipation. Thank you for your continued support of Cape Town Tigers.

Sincerely, Lari Kangas, Cape Town Tigers, Owner




Cape Town Tigers (Pty) Ltd

32 Kloof Street, Cape Town

Reg. No. 2013/115125/07

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  • Writer's pictureWadzanayi Mutema

A patent is a way for protecting your creation or what we call Intellectual Property from being copied. It is quite different form a trademark but the end goal is the same protecting an idea or invention. In this way you can actually monetize your idea rather than having your idea copied or stolen. Though most countries have their own patent and trademark registries but, they might not be as effective because they do not have either jurisdiction or resources to uphold the patents on behalf of the filer.

However, it is great to note that not all creations qualify to be patented as such the best way to filing your patent is highlighted below:

There are 9 basic steps to consider so as to successfully registering a Patent with the USPTO.

1. Great way to start is researching key words on your patent on Google Patetents https://patents.google.com/advanced and then advancing onto artificial intelligence searches, when your patent document text is ready.

2. Find out what type of Intellectual property protection your creation/ idea needs. Trademark/ Patent?

3. Find out if your invention needs to be patented at all. Some do not qualify for example some software cannot be patented.

4. Search if your idea has not already been patented.

5. Determine the kind of patent you need- is it utility, plant or design?

6. Prepare to apply. A lot goes into filing for a patent have an appreciation of timelines, expedition options and need for international protection. Also, at this stage you determine whether you need an attorney/ agent. It is also important to see if you actually need to first apply for a provisional non-provisional application. If you are a foreign company, you will need to use a registered patent lawyer in The United States to file for submission on your behalf.

7. Prepare to submit online initial application so that an examiner can assess your application.

8. Cooperate with the examiner- when the application is accepted as complete you are to respond timeously with your assigned examiner so as to avoid risk of your application being pushed down due to non-response.

9. Maintain your Patent. Check when it needs to be extended or renewed and make sure you do so.

We are really happy that we managed to file and register for a patent which you can find here. Our patent pending is also available on this link as well. Which will be essentially wat will happen as you wait for approval.

To get access to the website to start your process, here are the links you can use. For the United States and for Europe.

Follow us for the next article focusing on how European Union patent filing is different form United States filing


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