Other inventions by Archie Gillis
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“Larry Page and Sergey Brin originally wanted to be academics. They didn’t want to build a business. They patented their initial search engine and then tried to shop the IP around. They were actually willing to sell it for $1 million in 1997. They went all over Silicon Valley, including Yahoo and Excite, who turned them down. Later, in 2002, Yahoo tried to buy them for $3 billion but at that point Google turned them down. Now Google is worth $600 billion.”
“When Alexander Graham Bell (a man whom once lived down the road from my great-grand dad in Cape Breton), first invented the telephone, he and his cohorts offered to sell the patents to Western Union – then the world’s most important communications company, thanks to its domination of the telegraph – for $100,000. Within a couple of years Western Union boss William Orton had realized his mistake, but by that time Bell had already cottoned on to the fact that he might be on to a good thing: Bell Telephone was raking in the cash.”
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