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The 'Coolest' Cooler Is Now The Most Successful Project In Kickstarter History

If you listen hard enough, you can hear millions of people across the world grumbling, “I could have thought of that” any time that there’s a news story about people who made a ton of money for their projects on Kickstarter. 200 more words

Web Culture

[Review and Author Chat]: Monica Kulling on Spic-and-Span!: Lillian Gilbreth's Wonder Kitchen

Toronto-based author Monica Kulling is here today to talk about Spic-and-Span!: Lillian Gilbreth’s Wonder Kitchen (Tundra Books, 2014), the sixth title in her award winning… 1,913 more words

Book Reviews (all Genres)

Battle of the Trolls

No, we are not talking about Middle-earth (sorry nerds). We are talking about an industry nuisance – the patent troll. Now, the image that may come to mind for you upon hearing the term “patent troll,” is one of a gnarly, greenish creature under a bridge sketching indecipherable images. 366 more words

Intellectual Property

Ukraine: Energy hackers share energy-saving ideas at TeslaCamp #Solar #GreenTechnologies #RenewableEnergy

 Anastasia VlasovaIryna Matviyishyn.Volunteers of Greencubator register guests at the outdoor TeslaCamp near Kyiv on Aug. 30, 2014. © Anastasia Vlasova.

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Crazy People and the Things They Say and Do

I love the way crazy people get away with saying or doing what they want, when they want, and sometimes to whom they want.  Crazy can be bad, sure.  532 more words

The Main Stage

How much does a patent cost?

One of the first questions a new inventor asks is usually “How Do I Patent My Invention?” and shortly after “How Much Will it Cost?”. In this article I will take a look at and attempt to answer the second question. 1,127 more words


Prior Art: Are You Your Own Worst Enemy?

When you consider whether you have an idea worthy of patenting, you’re likely to think about what others have done — has another person come up with the same idea already? 324 more words

Digital Law Group