An IP Inventor not a Webpreneur

When I started out on my independent working life three years ago, the best definition I could find for myself was an internet entrepreneur. The trendy term is webpreneur.

But it seems to me now that I'm not an entrepreneur: I don't have enough of the business nous, the drive, the multi-disciplinary skills. I'm an inventor. I want to come up with an idea that everyone wants, and I want that idea to be internet based, though I'd settle for a book that got popular. Most books are internet-entwined these days anyway, as is my first book, Introduction to Real ITSM.