Pete’s Technology, Search & Patent Blog

These articles are intended to reflect the knowledge, experience and wisdom I have gained as an independent inventor who has searched the internet for technology and legal information for the last 25 years. I am the sole inventor of seven US patents, many filed before the web browser was invented. I write from the perspective of an inventor and businessman who was a plaintiff in seven US Patent litigations from 2004 to 2014, As a result, I have licensed my technology to 18 US Telecommunications manufacturers.

I am not a lawyer and these blogs do not give legal advice. These articles do offer my personal perspective on various technology, patent and legal search issues.




  • Excellent Microsoft webpage for YouthSpark targeted at Girls and Young women taking STEM courses – Stay in STEM!

    There is no good reason women cannot do very well in a STEM field. I know several women who are chip designers and Managers of Chip Design at INTEL and TI. Women with technology degrees have become Texas lawyers and three have worked with me on my patent cases.A former top NASA administrator and geochemist []

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  • Can’t Afford a “Discovery Service”? Try our Inexpensive Parallel Search Tool

    Our Unique, Simple, and Cost-Effective search solution provides your users with “search by example” keyword identification to search your online resources. Smaller and medium-size public and research libraries have not implemented discovery services to parallel search their online resources because of the costs and complexities involved with those services.  Search Real Fast (SRF) offers a []

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  • Find Useful Databases – Parallel Search Top-Level US Government Websites

    Learn why useful  DATABASES RETURN RELEVANT INFORMATION ON THEIR VERY FIRST PAGE OF RESULTS! Do you know Google and other search engines cannot index much of the information in the databases hidden behind the search boxes found on most US Government websites?  Much of the information and data our US Government publishes each week is not indexed by []

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  • Texas Libraries – Find Federal and Texas Disaster Relief for your Patrons

    IF A PERSON COMES TO YOUR LIBRARY TO SEARCH FOR DISASTER RELIEF – What do you do? Help them search for Official disaster relief aid without getting numerous commercial and even scam “disaster relief” and bogus “rumor” websites: Use Google searches targeted at just official US Federal and Texas or Louisianan Government website domains by using []

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  • Help Your Healthcare Patients Find Federal and State Disaster Relief

    Healthcare Professionals, use these Google search examples to target the official US and State Government disaster aid sites for hurricane relief. Copy-and-Paste this next example text into our No Cost, AD FREE Express Parallel – US Government Top-Level search box. Example text string:   hurricane emergency disaster relief aid Alternatively,  paste in your own example text []

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  • Help Your Patrons Find Federal and State Disaster Relief

    If you are a Texas or Louisiana Library or Business, these Google searches find the official US and State Government emergency disaster aid for Harvey. Copy-and-Paste this next example text into this No Cost, AD FREE Texas Libraries Express search box. Example text string:   Hurricane Harvey emergency disaster relief aid Alternatively,  paste in your own []

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  • 10 Steps to Identify Keywords That Produce Better Search Results!

    You miss the power of our “search by example” keyword identification and ranking algorithm when you just enter your own keywords! Wise keyword identification is the key to accelerating your research success. If you are like many researchers, you usually begin your research by typing in your “best guess” of what the keywords are for your []

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  • Cost-Effective Parallel Search of Your Library’s Online Resources

    A Unique, Simple, and Cost-Effective solution providing your users with “search by example” keyword identification and parallel search of your library’s online resources Many smaller and medium size public and research libraries have not implemented any discovery services to parallel search their online resources because of the costs and complexities involved with those services.  Search []

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  • 8 Questions that Lead to Better Search Results

    Kick Start Your Description to Discover Effective Search Terms – Then Simultaneously Query Multiple Databases. How many of you start your search project by entering a single keyword? If you answered yes to this question, then you are wasting significant time in identifying keywords to locate the most relevant documents for your research success. Even []

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  • FREE Express Parallel Search Applications for Searching beyond Google!

    Search Real Fast provides these 16 FREE Express Parallel Search Applications for you to easily Accelerate Your Search Beyond Google Express Parallel Search Application Features: No initial registration or user login required Fixed number of search site databases per Express Application Individual Field of Study focus Domain name landing page for each Express Application Subscribers may log in from Express []

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