Top Definition
The idea that someone can build or create something in their parents garage (or your own) and introduce a global change.
Apple computers oracles Steve Jobs and Paul Allen are a prime example of the "garage factor" and built the first PC in their garage and started a whole new era of computing.

eBay was built (not in the garage but in some dude's bedroom), and created the era of auction sites.
by Giulio Campobassi April 09, 2006
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