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“50 Hottest Companies”, Protecting our Technology

From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, September 27, 2012

Good morning!

“50 Hottest Companies” Opens

Biofuels Digest recently launched its newest “50 Hottest Companies in Bioenergy” poll. We’ve made the list four years in a row.

Let’s place again! So be sure to vote by clicking the link in your Biofuels Digest newsletter (subscribe here)…

Yikes! Daily Twitter voting!?

…but get this: on Twitter, you can vote every single day for the next three weeks… Without even being a subscriber.

Just follow these Twitter rules. Yes, it’s completely legal to do this every single day until 18 October… So as they say, vote early, and vote often!

If you don’t “do Twitter”, then just vote for us when the link comes to you in your next daily issue.

If you haven’t done so, subscribe to Biofuels Digest and vote when you get the link.

And thank you!

What any tech company has to do — eventually

The day comes in the life of every technology company when it has to take legal action to make sure its inventions are protected. It’s one indication its inventions are valuable.

That’s what we did today, for the first time (view filing).

Patents are a new asset class

The recent “clash of titans” between Samsung and Apple over the iPhone is part of a new wave of intense patent litigation.

In fact, the New York Times reports that patents have become a new asset class. That’s why we are taking firm action on behalf of our shareholders who trust us to do the right thing.

Misunderstandings can happen. That’s why our door is always open to speedy resolutions.

After all, we’re really focused on wide adoption of our great technology. Anything else is a distraction to be gotten quickly out of the way.

Enjoy your weekend!

Riggs and team

Riggs Eckelberry
President & CEO
OriginOil, Inc. (OOIL)

OriginOil to License its Process for the Oil & Gas Market

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