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Inspiration can come from anywhere, including spilled beer and rubber bands. Find out where some of today's hottest inventions got their start and get inspired by the vision of the inventors behind them.
We're celebrating National Inventors Month with a hat-tip to 10 August patents that left their mark on the world. We depend on these inventions for everything from keeping our pants up to keeping us entertained!
In honor of National Inventors Month, LegalZoom spoke with inventor Billy Smith. 25-year-old Billy and his brother Nick created the Sporting Sail and are featured with their invention in recent LegalZoom TV commercials. Check out Billy's story and see how he and his brother have turned an idea into a successful business.
Two and a half years ago my wife was diagnosed with OSA (obstructive sleep apnea). The doctor gave her a mask to wear at night so she could sleep. But the mask didn't work. That's when I came up with RemZzzs, now sold in 13 countries.
Each year on the fourth Thursday in November, families gather round the dinner table to celebrate Thanksgiving. Declared a national holiday by Abraham Lincoln in 1863, Thanksgiving is uniquely American, as are most of the foods associated with it, including the star of the show, turkey. According to the National Turkey Federation, 88 percent of Americans eat the beloved bird every Thanksgiving. With that in mind, we've taken this opportunity to honor some of the wackiest and wisest patents and inventions associated with the Thanksgiving feast.
Regardless of what you sell, if you're an online entrepreneur with a unique method of doing business, you may be sitting on a valuable, patentable product. But will your method be found patentable, or a mere abstract idea?
The subject of plant patents may sound like a boring one, but it affects every single one of us and the food we eat. The resurgence of interest in plant patents stems from the fact that "new and improved," genetically modified crops are eligible for patents, and these plants' patents have a significant impact on farming practices and the future of traditional, independent farmers across the country. But what does it take to receive a plant patent.
A patent is an important document which grants ownership to an invention. However, simply owning a patent won't generate a dime for the inventor. To profit from your idea, you must sell the patent, license usage rights, or market the product yourself.
What might a surfboard, bracelet, clay pot, and musical instrument have in common? They just might look so good, they've been patented. Have you ever come up with a perfect product design and wondered how to protect it from being copied? If so, consider a design patent.