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How to Register a Trademark – Using a Lawyer to Look After Your Business in California

November 10th, 2012 Comments off

In contemporary business practice, every person seeks to be solely independent. There are of course fantastic advantages of operating a business as a sole proprietor. The ultimate benefit about this type of company is that you are not only the single owner, but you work in a manner as you want without receiving control from any person, and when profits are produced, you singly get pleasure from these proceeds. In short, there is no use trying to develop up the fortunes of yet another person when you can in truth do the identical for your self.


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The ?Intermittent Wiper? Lesson For Creating Convergent Inventions

November 9th, 2012 Comments off

by: Geoff Ficke 

This weekend my wife and I took in a movie. The film was preceded by a movie trailer touting a soon to be released production based on the invention of the “intermittent windshield wiper”. Such a topic for a large budget Hollywood movie would seem to be awfully mundane. However, the trailer was a really intriguing glimpse of a topic that has deep meaning for each and every entrepreneur, inventor or dreamer. 

Robert Kearns was a university professor and an engineer with a passion for tinkering. He had lost the sight in one eye when a champagne cork had popped squarely into his eye. In 1963, although driving in a heavy rainstorm he noticed that the steady, constant pace of the wiper blades sweeping water from the windshield caused his sight to lose focus. 

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The Evolution of Invention & Discovery Speaks Volumes of Modern Prosperity

November 8th, 2012 Comments off

by: Geoff Ficke

Lately I was ambling around the net, researching lecture and post topics. I stumbled onto a Wikipedia internet site that at 1st seemed quite banal: Timeline of Historic Inventions. This link offered a chronological listing of historic inventions from the Paleolithic period, via the time of Christ, the Dark Ages, Middle- Ages and on to modern times. Perusal of the listing of inventors and their inventions was intriguing on many levels.

Very first was the attribution that could be applied by geography for the specific inventions. Cement in Egypt, rice in India, the Trebuchet in China and hundreds a lot more hugely critical inventions could be assigned as having originated in particular ancient lands. Several of these geographic locales are recognizable today, although a lot of others, though identified, have been lost with the passage time and the disappearance of their historical significance.

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