Category Archives for "Inventors"

May 08

Inventor Series: YouTube

By Melinda Martin | Inventors

As part of AON’s Inventor Series, this week we are showcasing the inventors or YouTube   I use YouTube on a daily basis, and I bet you do, too.  I have been able to increase my knowledge base extensively in a variety of subject matters:  sewing, music theory, science experiments, crafts, and definitely human stupidity. […]

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Apr 29

You don’t have to start from scratch!

By Melinda Martin | Inventors

Inventor Peter Carl GoldmarkDesigning and patenting improvements to existing products can be a huge opportunity, as long as the improvement is substantially better than the original product.You don’t have to start from scratch! According to Smithsonian.com, the “potters wheel” was invented around 3500 B.C. but it wasn’t until 3oo years later that it was adapted to […]

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Apr 15

Advice for Inventors

By Melinda Martin | Inventors

Advice for Inventors This is an excerpt from an email from a consumer-product designer, who is also a repeat customer of AON Invent. His testimonial offers some great advice for other inventors… “As an inventor myself, I have the advantage of being able to design and engineer my own innovations. That is a big help […]

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Apr 11

Invention Rules For Your Consideration

By Melinda Martin | Inventors

Two Invention Rules Rules were made to be broken, right?  Read on and see if you feel like breaking or keeping these two invention rules. How does one make the inventing process easier? Why does one invent? Wherein does the benefit of the invention lie? Invention is not some magical gift imparted to a few […]

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