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Now this is something I've never thought about, but it's good, I guess, that someone has.... A way to tell your kids that you're going to the doctor and coming home with new boobs, a flat tummy, and (why not?) a new nose. These three cosmetic surgery procedures are so common in post-childbirth women, they have their own marketing package -- mommy makeovers.
Creating a mixtape has never been easier: search for songs, drag and drop your favorites into a playlist, customize your tape, publish and share with your friends. All online, free and environmentally friendly.
Researchers have taken another step toward turning animal waste into biogas on a large scale.
Farmers have long called the odor of farm waste "the smell of money" in hopes of converting it into a practical energy supply. Animal waste can produce methane, which can be used directly for energy or converted to either methanol or a mix of hydrogen and carbon monoxide. This synthetic mix can then be converted to clean fuels.
To lose identification anywhere can cause considerable damage but the repercussions of doing so in a foreign country are inestimable. FlatterMe saves you from such a scenario.
We are happy to announce that we have a new writer joining us at InventorSpot.com.
Donna Pacheco is a part-time freelance writer with a strong interest in entrepreneurship. New and innovative technologies excite her and she especially enjoys speculating how they can revolutionize the way things are in a particular field. She believes that everyone can be an entrepreneur or inventor as long as they are equipped with the right tools and mindset. Interested in making the leap from employee to full-time entrepreneur? Read her blog .
Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is responsible for more deaths every year than AIDS, breast cancer, lung cancer and stroke combined. If the heart is not defibrillated (therapeutically shocked) within a few minutes, the victim dies. Imagine how difficult it is to reach the victims of SCA in time to save their lives.
But, suppose we each carried our own personal defibrillator, say it was a feature of our cell phones?