Innovation Expert Ignores Inventors & Patents
Last Updated on Monday, 11 January 2010 10:37
Written by dbhalling
Monday, 11 January 2010 10:37
There is a great post in IPBiz, “Mentioning Innovation with Mentioning Patents“, how CBS Sunday Morning had a whole show about the lack of innovation but never discussed patents or inventors.
One of my colleagues is always pointing out the people who use the word innovation discuss it in a disembodied way. They never discuss inventors or patents. Specifically, he states:
Say yes to inventors. Say no to “ignore-&-evasion”.
The full-truth word is “invention”, not inno-evasion.
He makes excellent points – at least on how the word innovation has been perverted.
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