The Difference Between Ideas and Inventions

By Melinda Martin | Intellectual Property

Jul 11

Today Andrew and Larry discuss the difference between ideas and inventions. The chasm between the two is pretty wide! But with the right team and tools, it’s easier to cross than you might think. Watch our 10 minute video blog to learn from a humorous example of a real-life submission. Hint: For centuries mankind dreamed of going to the moon. Then, after years of hard work by thousands of very smart people with good ideas at NASA, they did it.  And on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon in a compilation of inventions, known as Apollo 11. 

For more on this topic, check out Steve Caldwell’s myth busting post, “Innovation is Invention.”     


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Melinda is a blogger, graphic designer, and stay-at-home mom living in Palestine, Texas.