In this post, you will find great Lonnie Johnson Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Especially when you have a lot of technology you’re developing as a small company, trying to protect that technology is a real problem.
I have a collection of SuperSoakers. I have managed to keep most of them.
I consider myself a general practitioner. I do electronic things. I do toys and water things, mechanical stuff. I’m very, very flexible.
There was a time in my life when I was independently wealthy.
In 1968 when I was in high school I built a four-foot-tall remote control robot with pneumatic cylinders that operated his hands. My robot won first place at a science competition at the University of Alabama where my high school was the only African-American school represented. That was a huge moral victory.
That’s one of the advantages of being an inventor and tinkerer – I have everything I need to make what I need.
There are maybe three inventions I have that I rank as my top inventions that I’m most proud of. The robot I built in high school, the memory-protected circuitry for the Galileo and the Super Soaker.
You sometimes have a very innovative company, and if they come up with one idea, they can come up with many more – if they’re successful. If they can’t feed themselves, you lose that creativity.
Lady Luck is indifferent. She smiles sometimes, and she frowns sometimes.
I think America’s strength is in innovation.