Curious about invention? We sure are. And while our most informative resources are the 4,000 inventors we work with every day, we also do our fair share of reading. In the spirit of sharing, below in no particular order, are just a few of IV’s must-reads among the inventor community.
Edison Nation: People from around the world use Edison Nation to get their innovations in front of retailers and manufacturers, to store and perfect their ingenious ideas, keep up with inventive friends, and learn what it takes to create and introduce a successful product into the market.
MIT Technology Review: As the title states, MITTR focuses on all things tech. Founded by MIT in 1899, the site has a rich history of reporting on the absolute latest, and coolest, inventions in the tech space. Case in point: a recent visit featured stories on a 3-D printed heart implant, affordable batteries that store renewable energy, and a not so affordable, ultra secure phone, to name just a few.
Innovation Generation: Moderated by the U.S. Department of State and hosted on Facebook, Innovation Generation is an excellent forum for those passionate about innovation and hungry for dialogue. Its 2.5+ million fans are highly engaged and comment regularly on everything from how to get your product to stick out in a crowd to how to prevent burn out when competing to be a success.Read the full story »