William Faulkner ‘s “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.”
Thus goes one of the most famous lines from one of the most famous plays written by one of America’s most famous writers: William Faulkner.
Another Hollywood icon, Woody Allen, himself no stranger to controversy, wrote and directed a film for Sony Pictures called “Midnight in Paris”, in which the main character states during the film:
“The past is not dead. Actually, it’s not even past. You know who said that? Faulkner. And he was right. And I met him, too. I ran into him at a dinner party.”read more
Kelly Slater’s Four Year Patent Process …
While we are waiting for the horn and green flag, let’s talk about preparing to compete.
I don’t know what was going through Kelly Slater’s mind as he was waiting for his application to get examined, but many inventors get extremely anxious to see what the first response from the USPTO will be. Inventors often are not aware that filing a patent application and getting an issued patent are two entire different things, and that each inventor stands a significant chance of getting rejected by the USPTO.read more
Entrepreneurs and Inventors,
Just a reminder to mark your calendars for this months Inventing Profit meeting. Our theme is “How to Attract Investors”. One of the major problems facing solo inventors is how to fund turning their idea into a profitable product.read more