Category Archives: Strange lives of inventors

The Lonely Inventor: They’ll Never Understand

As I mentioned in a previous post, inventing is chaotic and confusing compared to other careers. Inventing is a lonely endeavor and one your friends and colleagues will never understand no matter how you try to explain it. Lonely Days and … Continue reading

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The Strange Lives of Inventors – Personal Journal

In the previous blog – The Strange Lives of Inventors – I described the challenge of explaining the twists and turns of the invention process to colleagues at work. An easy conclusion is the more an inventor tells colleagues about their endeavors, … Continue reading

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The Strange Lives of Inventors

To quote Monte Python, “now for something completely different.” Today’s topic: The Strange Lives of Inventors Just about every inventor has a “water cooler” conversation with a colleague at work that goes something like this: Colleague: I heard you were … Continue reading

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