another group that brings together inventors and innovators is "Innovation Initiative Co-Operative Inc.. It provides a forum for inventors to benefit from each others experiences. See http://www.innovationinitiative.org.
Innovation Initiative also offers monthly meetings for networking and for the education of its members.
Andreas wrote:mbrand2222 wrote:
Yes, the original intention was to reserve .org for non-profit organizations, associations, philantropic and cultural groups, etc.
There is no government "stamp of approval" needed. And unfortunately, expired .org url's can be purchased for purely money making purposes, often for purposes completely opposite to those of the original registrants.
More info at http://www.pir.org.
P.S. Innovation Initiative Co-operative Inc. meets the original criteria, as it is a not-for-profit cooperative by and for its inventor and innovator members.
I just learned something new today. Never realized before that .org had been reserved for official organizations always thought it was just a matter of what was available and personal choice. This is very interesting.
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