Update: It’s back to Pajamas Media.
I was wondering about this with Pajamas Media changed their name to Open Source Media (granted, their model has very little to do with open source) when there was already an Open Source Media, Inc. company – that also owns that trademark.
Clincher from the Open Source radio company:
“Open source,” if used to describe software, cannot be trademarked. But “Open Source,” if applied to a current affairs blog and radio show can be trademarked; in our case, it is distinctive, not descriptive.
Looks like a lot of confusion between who owns a trademark, who owns a domain and who operates under what assumed name.
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