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re: "You are equating what is normally called 'intangible assets' with the 'bezel'."

That's OK and should not be the least controversial.

An intangible thing ("object") is foremost an idea. It is a mental or intellectual representation of some fact ("event") that is imperceptible to human senses which is merely the interface of the environment in which one acts. It is the thing that has yet to occur to objective measure. The unuttered idea is a fact and an intangible object.

The attribute common to yet that differentiates tangible and intangible things is time; that which is present and that which is not present.

Any demand for or claim to a future state of something, intangible or tangible object referent, is an intangible object.

The ideology of GAAP attempts to describe the essential subjectivity of business practices by enforcing applications of recognition to transaction events and objects.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Sun Jul 18th, 2010 at 03:11:30 PM EST
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