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We'd like to welcome Mike Daisy as a new Featured Blogger to the writing team at AmericanInventorSpot.com. Mike Daisy is a publicist at a public utility and a freelance writer. He is also a history buff. Mike will be writing about historically significant inventors and inventions that have affected or lives for better or worse.
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Boob products?! Yes, this is an article about fun boob gadgets and products. If you are too young or too prudish to handle this, go and read something else.
Love boobs? I certainly do. Love them. Love them. Love them. If I could, I would spend all of my days lounging around under a palm tree, eating fried chicken breasts and playing with boobs.
Sadly, life is not like that. It's hard for a man to spend his whole day surrounded by boobs... since by boobs, I don't mean the idiots I work and live with. So, to make life more enjoyable for my fellow men, I came up with the brilliant idea of finding the way that a man could play with breasts all day long and still get stuff done.
So here are my picks for the 10 Fun Ways to Play with Boobs...
Playing with the smooth aspect of eggshells, eggboxes in Brussels were taken in hand by the Wilkinson Quattro Titanium. The masculine faces on the eggs were printed on transparent stickers and then stuck to the eggs. An advertising flyer with a promotion on the back was put in every box.
What do you think? read more »
Tired of buying the same old gifts?
Racking your brains on what to get your friends or children this Easter? I'm here to share a few ideas that make for innovative Easter gifts and live up to the occasion in the real sense of the word.
Happy Easter! read more »
For all the couch geeks out there- if you still don't know how to juggle eight remote controls at a time I have a very simple solution for you. A sleek and sophisticated Kameleon 8-in-1 Remote Control!
This amazingly sleek and sophisticated gadget is a universal unit that can operate up to EIGHT entertainment appliances at once. read more »
Are your curious about what the auditions for American Inventor reality television show are really like?
An Average Inventor posted the following in the forums discussing the Chicago auditions for American Inventor. The discussion thread for our forums on the auditions are at
I thought is was a particularly good post and wanted to share it witth those interested in reading about the inner workings of a reality television show in general and the American Inventor television show in particular.
Here's An Average Inventor's posting from this forum discussion:
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Ever hit your fingers while trying to nail something? Did it hurt?
Did you ever wish there was a device that could hold you nail for you so that you could get your tender precious fingers out of harm's way? read more »I always thought that someone should invent something cheap and handy to save my poor fingers while nailing stuff around the house.
American Inventor Auditions for Orland have changed!
The Orlando event will not be taking place on April 10th and will no longer be
held at the Contemporary Resort. read more »
Donna Rendell is the mother of a child with life-threatening food allergies. She lives in fear that her daughter, Stella, will come in contact foods given to her by well-meaning parents, relatives, or friends who may forget that her allergies are so severe, the wrong foods can kill her.
She set out to create products to help communicate the allergy message. read more »
Curious about what's happened to your favorite inventors and inventions from Season One of American Inventor?
Well, we have lots of information but we didn't know for sure what we could share with you and what we couldn't since much of it was unconfirmed or confidential.
So we thought it would be a good idea to create a post where folks from Season One can report on what has been going on for them. read more »
A malware creep into your computer simply because it is connected to the home network? It can happen. After all, you never know from where your son might be downloading stuff onto his PC which shares the same network as the malware.
The Yoggie Gatekeeper offers a centralized solution to this problem.Simply place the Yoggie Gatekeeper between the modem and the router and Wow! your home network is absolutely secure. read more »
For some people, me for example, having nice skin can prove difficult. I can't count the number of times I've been to the doctor for skin related problems. Water and vitamin E help, but they don't solve the problem. It would be nice if something came along that would make taking care of my skin much easier. A few days ago a friend sent me a link to an article about a drink that could help us all have nicer skin.
It turns out that the Coca Cola Company and L'Oreal are pairing up to develop their very own health beverage for health conscious women. It is a health and beauty tea-based ready-to-drink drink that will help us have nicer skin. read more »
Staples has announced the 15 finalists in its Invention Quest. Five finalists in each of three categories are now up for a grand prize of $25,000 each and a chance to have Staples manufacture and sell their product. You have a chance to affect the outcome (or so they say) as the online voting has begun. Read on to learn about the products that will rock your office world... read more »
I gave up on expensive face creams a long time ago. I knew that nothing but Botox® and a plastic surgeon were going to make my wrinkles go away. But while I saved for the eventual nip and tuck, a new generation of miracle creams came about.... read more »
Want to know what your protection strategy for your idea or invention should be?
Our Guest Blogger, Melvin J. DeGeeter, Ph.D., is the publisher and author of a book titled "Technology Commercialization Manual. Strategy, Tactics and Economics for Business Success." Dr. DeGeeter spent over 16 years in R&D with The Upjohn Company and Monsanto followed by another 16 years at Texas A&M, Indiana University and the University of IL where he was responsible for technology commercialization. He was the founder and owner of Med-Launch Inc., a company focused on asset development and deployment until he retired in 2006. More information about him and about protecting your intellectual property is available at www.tclearningcenter.com . Dr. DeGeeter wanted to share his asset protection tips with the readers of AmericanInventorSpot.com.
Here's his article:
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The energy drink Perkative, is currently the most powerfully caffeinated beverage available in the market. Its creators are sure that no other beverage in the market has levels of caffeine as high as those in Perkative. read more »
A digital camera for dogs to make them feel a part of the "family. When you can have your own camera and the kids can have theirs, why not the dog?
A very pertinent question from dogs and savvy dog lovers alike.The Japanese company, Takara Tomy got thinking on these same lines and has developed the Wonderful Shot, a great dog gift and accessory. read more »
No holiday is quite the paradox as Easter. Where else can you find the mix of religion and rabbits? Of conviction and confection? Of pastels and pennance? For most of us growing up in America, Easter meant one thing...Easter candy! Today we're looking at the top 5 Easter innovations and not surprisingly, candy dominates the list. We'll be exploring the history and ingenuity behind the quintessential Easter products and learning a little about the holiday itself. So call off that dentist appointment and strap yourself in for a hop, hop, hoppin' good time. read more »