In my January 2 blog I wrote about the language used in patents, and more specifically, the unusual words that pop up in the titles of patents.
One of the companies being granted a patent with the start of the New Year is WiTricity Corp., about which I wrote in three of my blogs in 2014.
As 2014 came to a close and the New Year was ringing in, I found myself thinking about patent grants that could help me discover technologies that might come to market in the next few years.
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In late September of this year, NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) launched on a commercial Dragon capsule from SpaceX, Elon Musk’s space venture, a 3D printer to be installed on the Int’l Space Station. The printer was produced by Made In Space under contract to NASA.
The start of the Christmas holiday shopping frenzy is about a month away.
Once upon a time, a man drew an animated mouse, and the world was changed forever.
Whatever your belief may be about global warming induced by human activity as the cause for the changing weather patterns we are experiencing across the planet, the changes will have ecological, economic and geopolitical impact.
If you have ever been in politics or sales, then you have heard of FUD: Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt. Used proactively, it can help disrupt things like a competitor’s sales pitch or a political opponent’s trustworthiness.
At the end of July, and to be specific, on July 28, the world commemorated the start of World War 1, a war that became a cataclysm setting off so much of the global unrest we experience today.
Earlier in my career, I worked in mid-town Manhattan (the heart of New York City). Every working day, I would commute an hour to and an hour from the city on Metro-North, one of the larger metropolitan train systems in the U.S.