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    Quote Originally Posted by danasurvey View Post
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    I hope I'll be able to invent something revolutionary and helpful someday. Something that could be patented and I'll be known for that. This is such a dream, but who knows maybe I'll have have my great break soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julkor View Post
    I hope I'll be able to invent something revolutionary and helpful someday. Something that could be patented and I'll be known for that. This is such a dream, but who knows maybe I'll have have my great break soon.

    Just keep in mind that a patent only gives you the right to sue and if you haven't got the financial resources for a lengthy court battle the infringer wins by default.

    There are probably more patents that never even recovered costs of patenting compared to those that made money.


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