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Someday is Not a Day of the Week

In inventing, few ideas are more comforting – and more dangerous – than "someday." To the inventor with a product in mind, the concept of "someday" becomes a security blanket, allowing him to endlessly theorize about his idea and safeguarding...

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The Importance of Technical Drawings

One seldom-discussed but important aspect of inventing success is having good technical drawings. A technical drawing varies from a simple sketch or layman's drawing in a notebook. While these are helpful in the early stages of conceptualizing, a technical drawing...

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Now What? Phase Four

Do you feel like you have worked so hard to move your invention along, and now you are just stuck? Do you just need some guidance as to where to go from here? Hopefully this newsletter series has helped you...

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Now What? – Phase Three

Do you feel like you have worked so hard to move your invention along, and now you are just stuck? Do you just need some guidance as to where to go from here? This newsletter series will help you to...

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Now What?- Phase Two

Do you feel like you have worked so hard to move your invention along, and now you are just stuck? Do you just need some guidance as to where to go from here? This newsletter series will help you to...

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How to Invent

How to Invent [caption id="attachment_534" align="alignleft" width="89" caption="How to Invent"][/caption] "Do you feel like you have worked so hard to move your invention along, and now you are just stuck? Do you just need some guidance as to where to...

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Stem Cell Contact Lenses Cure Blindness

The following video features a new process for creating stem cell contact lenses that have cured 3 cases of blindness so far in less than a month. This is an inspirational innovation in the medical field that focuses on solving...

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How to Talk to Anyone

In the quest to bring your invention to market, your ability to talk to decision makers will have a huge impact on your success or failure. Many inventors have trouble knowing how to identify decision makers and have an even...

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Inventions of 2008

IdeaBuyer Favorite Inventions of 2008 Of the several patents filed in 2008, the following 10 are our favorites! Some because they have been recognized as having the most potential for changing the world and others because they are cool. 1....

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Invention History

On a day to day basis we take thousands of inventions for granted. This article discusses some of history’s everyday inventions. Superglue or Krazy Glue was originally rejected by its discoverer, Dr. Harry Coover, in 1942 for being "too sticky"....

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