Monday, December 15, 2008

Complexity is patentable, otherwise - rely on execution

Seth Godin's post on Selling Ideas to a Big Company

... the more complicated your idea is, the better off you are patenting it. Dean Kamen made his fortune patenting wheelchairs and other devices that you and I could never hope to build. On the other hand, if your idea is simple enough to dream up in a week, the only way you're going to protect it is to build it, fast and well.

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