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2012 DECEMBER: The Turning Point

Posted: Jul 11 2014

Back from holiday I buy a couple of backpacks from my local market to build the P3 prototype, following my fresh Moleskine drawings. B*g**r me, but the P3 actually works! I’m brave enough to show my mother-in-law who says I should get it patented. What am I going to do now?  Whilst trying to figure out what this means, I go I see a brilliant patent attorney. He says it is much better than he was expecting from our phone call (I guess he hears from a lot of crackpots) and that I should get it patented. He would say that, wouldn't he?

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