Author: Reid Creager

Tops of the Flops

The anticipation of failure and having a healthy attitude about it are essential traits for anyone trying to bring a new idea or product to the masses. However, it’s true that some inventing failures get added notoriety—whether due to their unconventional nature, excess hype, or number of dollars invested.

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Slow Path

It took 31 years of planning and constructing before Sicard finalized his concept and became the generally acknowledged inventor of the first commercial snowblower in 1925.

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Celebrating 35 Years of Inventors Digest

It’s hard to overstate the importance of the world’s longest-running magazine on inventing—a publication that has doggedly educated and protected independent inventors through a major stock market crash, an unprecedented terror attack on U.S. soil, a historic recession, and six U.S. presidents.

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