You may not think of Breaking Bad as the first place to go to learn about starting your company, but Rhondalynn Korolak has written a great article about the lessons you can glean from the popular series.
This video from the USPTO goes through all the basics of what a trademark is, how it differs from other intellectual property, and how you file for one.
Strategic Tools for Innovative Business Strategies
If you were going to find an epic, stylish way to quit your job, I think this would have to be it. I wish I had done this…. LOL Bravo Steve Harvey! That’s the way to make a statement with class.
Transparency in programming and design is a big part of Bret VIctor’s philosophy. If we design with a basic principle in mind and strive for simplicity then the tools become much more user-friendly.
As businesses grow more complex and others put more pressure on performance in a time of radically changing business economics, the need for the board to rise to the occasion has never been greater.
Leading edge or bleeding edge? Business innovators learn how to change key elements of a business idea without bleeding out in the process.
This is a demostration of the difference between the returns on Google Versus Google Scholar
These tools are used to search patents both in the US and globally. They were demonstrated in a workshop at UCI Applied Innovation by Cynthia Kirkeby of Startupmanship.
Search manuals and social media to see how current inventions may affect your business.
These synonym tools and sound search tools are great for specific types of searches and for building trademarkable sounds.
These additional search tools will help when you’re working on a patent search, whether in the US or globally.
This fun little cartoon video is a great primer on what we should be focusing on as a disruptive startup.
These excellent Google search tools will help make your searching much simpler. Use standard search tools, or go advanced…
This is an interesting look at the concept of disruption and how startups should approach unseating one of the big guys in their industry.