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We've been scoping out dog swimsuits and their models all spring and, finally, on the official first weekend of Summer, we're ready to announce the 10 winners of Inventor Spot's Illustrated 2008 Dog Swimsuit Contest! The top dog swimsuits are winners in 10 categories, including Best Itsy-Bitsy-Teeny- Weeny-Pink-Polka-Dot Dog Bikini, Geekiest Dog Jammers, Best Butt Dog Jammers, and If You've Got It, Flaunt It Dog Bikini. Come on in and see them....
Even though mp3 players are the main portable music players today, they wouldn’t be here without their predecessors.
InventorSpot.com is pleased to annouce the arrival of M Dee Dubroff to the Inventor Spot team.
M Dee Dubroff is a freelance writer who currently resides in Doylestown, PA, but is originally and very secretly from Brooklyn, New York. She will be writing about what's new, wild and wacky in the world of food and drink innovations, trends and gadgets.
A not-so-recent graduate of New York University, she used to be a history teacher, but the pull of the pen and love for the written word lured her into the cosmos of freelance writing for fun and hopefully, at least sometimes, profit.
We hope you enjoy her blog .
Talented acoustic guitarists take note: there’s a new amp on the market that’s about to change design techniques and your sound quality.
To some, birdwatching can be as dull as sitting in a kid’s pool without any water. You’re not interested, the curiosity is just not there and you feel like you’re wasting time looking through binoculaurs. But what if you could get a closer look at the feathered wonders?
Gibson has always been known as an innovator when it comes to music, but their new Guitar of the Month is changing more things than just technology.
Researchers have taken a photograph of a light pulse that is just 2.5 femtoseconds (10-15 seconds) long - the shortest pulse ever to be imaged.
They didn't use a tiny camera, but rather another even shorter light pulse. The flash lasted just 80 attoseconds (10-18 seconds), making it the shortest light pulse ever generated.