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Site Announcement - February 17, 2008

InventorSpot.com is pleased to announce the addition of another new blogger to our writing team. 

Jace Shoemaker-Galloway is a busy freelance writer and mother of two.  For seven years, Jace taught technology to 600 young children each week.   As a child safety advocate, Jace also served as Internet Safety Coordinator for two school regions, teaching parents, educators and over 1000 children all about online safety.  She has an award-winning educational resource blog on online safety.   Although the majority of her time is spent focused on serious issues, she thoroughly enjoys finding all sorts of  innovative items for children and babies.You can read about her interesting finds at Jace's blog.

High and Dry: China Attacks The Heavens In Hopes of Rain

China is currently in the midst the most devastating drought it has seen in the last fifty years, and projections for the rest of the year show no signs of relief. The matter is of such critical importance that China cannot afford to wait for nature to take its course.

Bubble Wrap® Competition Winner Invents "Swing Thing" For Sister

The Grand Prize went to eleven-year-old Tucker Haas from Charlotte, NC. His winning entry, entitled "My Personal Swing Thing," was inspired by his younger sister Lexi, who has Kernicterus, a physical disorder similar to cerebral palsy.

Is A Part-Time Online Business Right For You?

Do you know someone who is raking in the big bucks by engaging in a part-time online business? There are just too many of them claiming to have done just that all over the Internet. In fact, I just received an email about a really successful Internet Entrepreneur has supposedly made $1,000,000 dollars in just one tele-seminar.

Good Enzyme, Bad Enzyme: Getting Closer To Alzheimer's Prevention?

In what could be a very significant discovery regarding the biochemistry of alpha-secretase in protecting our brains from Alzheimer's disease, biochemical researchers at Germany's Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz were able to determine more about what function the enzyme plays. Implications could lead to more effective treatments (and possibly prevention).

Site Announcement - February 16, 2008

InventorSpot.com is pleased to announce the addition of a new blogger to our writing team.

Austin Keenan is an aspiring professional writer.  He is currently in college as a Journalism Major with a background in online writing, although he started off his career in media production.  When he's not working to produce online videos for his own company, SomeGuys.tv, he's scouring the internet looking for cool websites to try out, and watching lots of online videos. He will be writing about innovative forms of online media, including interesting websites.

You can read more about his cool website finds and more at Austin's blog.

Clothes Hanger Promises To Sort Out Your Clothes

Each set of hangers comprises of 5 gentle satin and faux suede clothes hangers, plus a set of "planning" sheets.Get a set and get set to sort out your dresses...literally.

Scientists Discover Pill That Could Erase Bad Memories

These days doctors seem to have a pill for everything. Now, researchers have discovered a pill that could erase bad memories.

I Never Would Have Guessed! The Tufty

You know the expression, "Boys just want to have fun?" Today's interior designers, boys and girls, are having enormous amounts of fun. Just look at Tufty by Lithuanian designer Jonas Jurgaitis...

New Generation of Russian Goats Linked to Protection of Newborns

A sort of miracle will soon be occurring on a farm near Moscow where the birth of a very special new generation of goats with human genes is expected. These genes will make them produce protein lactoferrin, which is an element in human milk that protects a newborn baby until his or her own immune system starts to work. Read on for some amazing details.

Hockey Stick to Combat Yard Waste: Great Idea?

Patent# US 6926629 known as the Attachment for Blade of Hockey Stick was meant to aid the human race in dealing with an endless problem; namely, yard waste. So when you are done pucking about, you don’t have to retire that stick that lives peacefully in your upstairs closet. Make it a ninja warrior and just open your back door. Armed with this new key, you will at least be able to locate your lost kingdom. Read on, and persevere.

Natural Disaster Support Of A New Kind: Mobile Laundry Service Gets Dirty

Mo-bile Suds Laundry Service isn't afraid to get its hands dirty. This on-location laundry company takes its Laundromat on wheels to the sites of natural disasters all over the country to help clean up; starting with the laundry.

The Best Beers Of 2009: RateBeers Great Beers By Country

RateBeer members have spoken! And after 2 million beer reviews from all over the world were tabulated, the results are in. Here are just some of the winners for 2009 by country.

Improve Your Looks With Bodypainting Art

The World Bodypainting Festival is a show held every year that features artists showcasing their work on the human body.

Reverse Nose Plugs Keep the Water In!

"Pit Stopper" has less to do with racing than running - running noses, that is. Those troubled by runny noses due to allergies or colds can simply plug their nostrils... with these ingenious nostril plugs.

Iran Automaker Claims Title of World Most Powerful Compressed Natural Gas Engine

While most of the alternative energy attention is focused on electrics, there are some automakers who are looking more into Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). Iran Khodro, one such company based out of the Middle East, has recently released information claiming they will be producing the most powerful CNG engine available on the market. Their plan is to bring such powerplants into the spotlight and offer another viable alternative to petroleum fuels.

Man Converts Honda S2000 to All Electric Power

Over the years, the Honda S2000 has become a popular car for collectors and tuners alike. A powerful 4-cylinder engine also offers the added bonus of being somewhat eco friendly. For one man however, that wasn't enough, so he decided to convert his new S200 into an all electric roadster.

Einstein Lives and Smiles: Is Animated Life Relative?

Reincarnation, freeze-dried embryos and robots that walk, talk, smile and even kill, were at one time limited to the world of the bizarre and the cinema. Today, all of that is old hat, and it takes more and more to amaze a new-age audience. Meet Albert Einstein, the smiling robot, an empathetic genius who although he has been dead for more than 50 years, is sure to win your heart. Read on for more about the very latest in a very old concept; namely, the robot.

Find A Surrogate Mother With Rent-A-Womb Business That Outsources Indian Uteruses

Infertility is no laughing manner, and while finding a surrogate to carry your child is serious business; one just can't help but smirk at Surrogacy Abroad, a company that outsources surrogacy to India. Renting a womb, or outsourcing a uterus; no matter which way you look at it, this is one business concept that is out of this world.

Another 10 Hilarious International Pet Ads

It's been a few months since my last funny pet ads column, so I thought I would bring you some special ones for Valentine's Day... just say they're from the pets that love you so very much. This set of 10+ international ads is just as clever as the prior sets; there's something about our furry and feathered friends that brings out exceptional creativity in ad designers. See what you think...