|Re: Retrofit Cohousing / terminology||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: David G Adams (dadamsworld.std.com)|
|Date: Fri, 12 Aug 94 17:00 CDT|
Stuart says > In the first edition, it says: > > Cohousing is a trademark of McCamant & Durrett. All rights reserved. Cont > McCamant & Durrett through the publisher for permission to use the term. > > I'm not sure exactly what restrictions on use the trademark status imposes > It may just be that other commercial concerns cannot use it. I wouldn't > have thought it affects us using the word as a piece of the normal > language (like kleenex). But I don't know. Firstly, I like cohousing, rather than CoHousing or co-housing. Makes it seem like a real word. Secondly, the folks at The Cohousing Center apparently had no problem using the name (before the trademark was released, they called themselves The Center for Collaberative Communities). I definitely give Kate and Chuck primary credit, but cohousing has grown bigger than them now. Dave Adams Cornerstone : A (potential) Cohousing Community ______________________________________________ |\/\/\/| David G. Adams |____ | U4 Consulting OO ) | dadams [at] world.std.com ( | CompuServe: 72630,1374 | | ______________________________________________
- Retrofit Cohousing / terminology Fred H Olson WB0YQM, August 12 1994
- Re: Retrofit Cohousing / terminology Jeffrey O. Hobson, August 18 1994
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