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If an idea is truly an invention, then it can be patented. This is more important than ever before with impending Ã¢Åfirst to fileÃ¢ patent law, says Mark McKitrick and Kim Sena, authors of a new invention workbook, Ã¢ÅThe Complete Guide to Inexpensive IdeaingÃ¢. Grand Rapids, Michigan (PRWEB) November 02, 2011 WebsterÃ¢s Dictionary defines Ã¢ÅinventionÃ¢ as...
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- This year marks two significant milestones in the history of Graybar, a leading distributor of electrical and communications products and related supply chain management and logistics services. First, Graybar celebrates the 140th anniversary of the company's original founding as Gray & Barton in 1869 by inventor Elisha Gray and entrepreneur Enos Barton. Also, this year is the 80th anniversary of the date when Graybar's employees purchased their company...
The telautograph transmists electrical impulses recorded by potentiometers at the sending station to servomechanismas attached to a pen at the receiving station. This machine is the precursor to the modern fax machine. It is the first device to transmit drawings to a stationary sheet of paper. Elisha Gray invented and patented the telautograph in 1888. It was publicly exhibited in 1893. The telautograph became popular for sending signatures over long distances and was often used by banks...
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