Saturday, December 29, 2007

Internet used to help inventors raise cash

The following was received from Andrew Knight:

Just wanted to let you know about the world's first online invention
market where members of the public can purchase shares in individual
inventions. It's called USIPE (the U.S. Intellectual Property Exchange) and
our information website is up and running.

We are targeting the inventors of the world, and if you have a chance,
please take a look at

Basically, you post your invention, and members of the public (called
Believers) can invest in shares of your invention, to help you raise
enough cash to get a patent. It's the first of its kind.

Since LOTS of inventors read your blog, do you think they'd be
interested in knowing about this invention market?

Kind regards,
Andrew Knight, J.D., Registered Patent Agent

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