The Bugaboo Donkey is a convertible stroller for kids and goods that can accommodate a growing family. In a matter of seconds, the Bugaboo Donkey converts from a full-sized mono to a full-sized duo stroller.
With its movable, modular parts and expanding frame, the Bugaboo Donkey can shape-shift into a variety of modes. It has settings [...]
Designer Emanuele Pizzolorusso has created a series of maps for Italian brand Palomar. The maps are customized to be crammed into backpacks and pockets without suffering any damage in the process, regardless of how bad the user’s folding skills might be. The designer’s goal was to create an innovative map that didn’t require origami precision [...]
The Connected Vehicle Technology Challenge is calling on problem solvers to share their ideas about innovative uses of dedicated short range communications (DSRC), an advanced wireless technology that enables vehicles to communicate.
This technology could be used to:
Tell you where to find available parking spaces
Help you make your bus or train connection on time
We interviewed author John Warrillow a while back. His book “Built To Sell” is an excellent how to guide on building a business that is ….. well “Built To Sell”.
John just dropped us a note on this amazing book promo and we’d thought we’d share it with our readers.
Order 1 copy of Built To Sell: [...]
I’m constantly reminded that the benefits of licensing can be experienced and practiced in many different ways — that there isn’t just one way to be a successful inventor or to profit from the skills you develop and amass during the process of learning how to bring a product to market. I was reminded of this reality after talking to a student of mine who has licensed his product ideas for the past six years, turning his creativity and ingenuity into a legitimate business. But before he began submitting ideas to companies in his industry, he worked for them as an employee
Today I had an experience I will not soon forget…….This experience deals with NOT loving your product idea sooooo much that you do not listen to reason and jump the gun and order 300,000 units before you have customers. When I told the developer that the product was good, but maybe [...]
Inventors and entrepreneurs who produce and market hot inventions soon find the need for money—lots of it. Tooling, inventory, marketing literature, etc., are all essential to get the typical startup off the ground, and all are expensive. Enter the angel.
Angel investors and inventors are the perfect couple. But angels aren’t charities. They look to the [...]
The Fire Wire Stainless Steel Flexible Grilling Skewer is a clever invention that is changing the conventional way of grilling. Fire Wire makes it possible to use every inch of grilling surface. These flexible skewers can wrap themselves around the grill and be shaped to fit around other foods, such as burgers, steaks and large [...]
Our old friend Steve Greenberg the Gadget Guy is Looking for Beach Gadgets to show off at NBC’s Today Show but you have to jump on this one. He needs it by tomorrow Wednesday, April 27th. Email your entries to stevetv(at)comcast.net
He is looking for:
FUN Beach Gadgets—that are fun to demonstrate.
The product [...]
There are two types of lists, determined by their origin: compiled lists and response lists.
Compiled lists are a common source of names and records that have been gathered, collected, and entered into a database. The names may have been acquired through public records such as vehicle owner registrations or high school teachers. Directories, such as [...]