- William Palaia
- Minneapolis, MN
- United States
This conversation is closed.
How do we maintain transparency in discovery?
When ideas are loose and abstract we have little issue with sharing. It's when they begin to solidify into tangible "assets", that we pull back and hoard for ourselves. I have experienced this a few times in the past 15 years. Unfortunately, I've been on the losing-end of this more than once.
Does the need to be the first named person at the mountaintop, reaping the rewards associated, prevent us from ultimately openly sharing said discovery? Or do we wait until a patent is filed to open the books?
Closing Statement from William Palaia
The lack of response has been helpful. I must have stated the obvious...