“Anchor Plate” is traditionally defined as “a metal plate fastened to the exterior of a brick building with a washer or tie rod to reinforce structural support, usually decorative.” The blog The Anchor Plate defines itself as “a virtual gathering place for dialogue about the nature of practicing intellectual property law, to increase knowledge and to amuse.” It’s published by The BrickHouse Law Group, a St. Louis-based intellectual property firm. They’re talking about the typical IP law topics – but unfortunately, they haven’t posted in over a month. C’mon, Anchor Plate – you’ve got a great site and a great idea – where’s the dialogue?