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I'm not an inventor. I just want to make things better.
I consider myself an inventor first and an entrepreneur second. In real life, my hero is Thomas Edison. He was a great inventor, but also an outstanding entrepreneur who was able to sell his inventions to the masses. He didn't just develop the light bulb; he invented the entire electric grid and power distribution system.
An inventor is simply a fellow who doesn't take his education too seriously.
I'm an inventor.
I used to be an amateur inventor when I was a kid; I'm always inventing something.
The right of an inventor to his invention is no monopoly - in any other sense than a man's house is a monopoly.
Don't let the secret recipe die with the inventor.
People talk of me as being the inventor of the legal thriller.
It's as great a part of the human adventure to invent things as to understand them. John Randall wasn't a great scientist, but he was a great inventor. There's been lots more like him, and it's a shame they don't get Nobel Prizes.
I consider myself an inventor, entrepreneur, and author.
That has always seemed to me one of the stranger aspects of literary fame: you prove your competence as a writer and an inventor of stories, and then people clamour for you to make speeches and tell them what you think about the world.
J. M. Coetzee
I was a fixer, a builder - an inventor - ever since I can remember.
I wanted to be an inventor, whatever I thought that meant then. I guess I was thinking of Edison or maybe James Watt. Or maybe even Newton.
I would consider myself an inventor at heart, or reinventor.
You can be anything. You could be the President of the United States or the inventor of the next Internet or a ninja cardio-thoracic surgeon poet, which would be awesome because you would be the first one.
My dad was an inventor, and I think I've always had a rosy view of technology, or at least its potential.
I've been really lucky as an inventor. I'm the happiest guy you're ever going to meet. And my dad died before he realized anybody in the family would maybe, hopefully, make something out of themselves.
I'm wary of the word 'inventing,' because in the British psyche the word 'inventor' is immediately linked with 'mad'. For me, inventing is problem-solving.
You can't name the inventor of the camera. The 19th-century invention was chemical: the fixative.
We all dream things into being; you imagine yourself having a child, and then you have a child. An inventor will think of something in his mind and then make it actual. So things are often passing from the imagined realm into the real world.
I was terrible at maths, but I could grasp science, and I used to love to read about the lives of the scientists. I wanted to be a scientist or an inventor.
Francis Ford Coppola
I was asked by an editor to consider writing something about an American inventor. I asked him if he knew who invented the computer. He said he didn't. In that case, I told him, I should write a book about John Vincent Atanasoff.
I decided to be an inventor when I was five. My parents had given me a few various enrichment toys like erector sets, and for some reason I had the idea that if I put things together just the right way, I could create the intended effect.
I've been an amature inventor for a long time.
As the inventor of the Immortality Device, I basically just tell people what I honestly think.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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