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Upon reading this article, I found out that protecting an invention is a complicated process and costs so much. I think the easier way is to sell the invention in order to benefit from it. Bringing the inventions to the market is not an inventor's business anymore so just let the marketers do their job. For small inventors, there are webstores that are willing to help just like this one: https://www.gadgetsgo.com/New-Invention-Product-Distributor.html
10 months, 3 weeks ago on How To Protect Your Invention
I think selling the invention is the easier way to benefit from it. Just let the marketers bring the inventions to the market since they know the process better. Also, I have another inventor friend who uses this webstore for small inventors: <a href="https://www.gadgetsgo.com/New-Invention-Product-Distributor/">https://www.gadgetsgo.com/New-Invention-Product-Distributor/</a>.
1 year ago on Preparing to Pitch Your New Invention
You have a good point in setting limits on the children's video game time. I also found on a blog, devices that will enable to limit TV and game time. To find out more on these devices, here is the link: <a href="http://blog.gadgetsgo.com/new-gadgets-to-limit-tv-game-time/">http://blog.gadgetsgo.com/new-gadgets-to-limit-tv-game-time/</a>
1 year, 1 month ago on Conversation @ http://www.empoweringparents.com/how-to-set-limits-around-video-game-use.php
Using a timer is the best way I found to limit my child video-game playing time. We never argue in the agreed time limit because it is fairly timed by the device and I don't need to monitor the time myself. I am using a PlayLimit Video Game Timer and I find it very effective because it is coin operated so my child could not reset the time when I don't notice.
1 year, 2 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.empoweringparents.com/blog/technology-and-kids/do-you-limit-your-childs-video-game-time/