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Where Rich Dogs Are Crate-Trained

Tired of those big rectangular wire boxes for crating your puppy or dog? They may be functional, but boy are they ugly! DesignGo! has created something truly unique, but a sure heck-of-a-long-time coming... an elegant spherical-shaped dog crate for a rich dog who resides in a chic, modern home. It's called the eiCrate.

Stop His Wee Wee With a Teepee

Those who have baby boys have undoubtedly been blessed with at least one surprise squirt during changing time. Now there is a product designed to avoid such an unfortunate event.


Great Invention Idea? 5 Mother's Day Gifts for Every Kind of Mom

Mother's Day is around the corner. What better time is there to honor the women who give us life and who make up the cornerstones of psychoanalysis? That's why I'm recommending the following five patents as perfect, non-traditional gift ideas for your mom - whether you like her or not. C'mon dude, she had you!

10 Works of Art to Make When You're Bored Out of Your Mind

I don't know about you, but when I get bored I feel like sleeping. This is what makes me the lazy person that I am. However, there is a solution! Creating art and making statements makes for a fun-filled day for everyone. Next time you're painfully bored, try making some of this art at home.

A Slightly Fatter Honda Fit

Since its introduction a few years ago, the Honda Fit has made a huge impression on perspective car buyers. With a 5 person seating capacity and very impressive fuel economy, what's not to like? Which is why Honda decided to make a big brother for the Fit.

Recycled Weapons Calls For Peace After Long War

After more than 30 years of civil war, ending in 1998, the Cambodian government has collected and destroyed more than 160,000 weapons across the country. In the name of peace some of those weapons were donated to the PAPC. The PAPC (Peace Art Project Cambodia) is a project that was created in November of 2003 by British artist Sasha Constable, small weapons specialist with the European Union.

Crisper Foods With Frisper Vacuum Sealer

Number one way to save the earth: Don't Waste! Number one way to save food: Vacuum Seal. Number one Vacuum Sealer: The Frisper?

It certainly is economical. And the Frisper has high ratings. Let's take a look!


Keyboard Pants: The Ultimate in Typing Readiness!

The ultimate in geek-wear, keyboard pants, allow their wearer to plop down in front of any computer, plug in, and utilize a keyboard, mouse, and speakers, all stitched into the fabric of the pants themselves! What will they think of next?

MoneyMaker Pump Inventor Wins Lemelson-MIT Sustainability Award

Dr. Martin Fisher, inventor of the MoneyMaker irrigation pump has won the $100,000 Lemelson-MIT Award for sustainability for his invention. The pump, available now in three versions, has helped more than 300,000 African farmers become entrepreneurs and rise out of poverty.


Taxidermy Camel + Oversized Suitcase = Controversial Art

Pakistani artist, Huma Mulji, has created a work of art that caused some concerns at a recent art fair in Dubai - a taxidermy camel stuffed into an oversized suitcase.

Leaving The U.S. Behind: Cutting-Edge MySpace found in Korea

MySpace moves east, opening versions in South Korea and India. They're more advanced than the U.S. version, to attract computer experts and tech fans.

California Baby Promises Happy Bottoms

Thanks to inventor Jessica Iclisoy, parents can rest a little bit easier, at least when it comes to their baby’s skincare.

Preserved Coelacanth Highlights Tokyo Evolution Exhibition

Japan's National Museum of Nature and Science has acquired a preserved Coelacanth to highlight its "Darwin" evolution-themed exhibition being held in Tokyo. The Coelacanth, a fish often referred to as a "living fossil", has changed very little since the species originated approximately 380 million years ago.

Swedish Company Develops New Airbags for Motorcycle Riders

Ask any motorcyclist what the most dangerous part of riding is and most of them will tell you, "People in cars that aren't paying attention." Not too long ago, an airbag suit was developed to help reduce the number of deaths and injuries to riders. Autoliv Inc., out of Sweden has developed a new system that should cut the numbers even further.

Looolo Textiles, Sustainable yet Chic

The textile industry is one of the largest known environmental polluters. In an effort to make their contribution and affect global change, all Looolo products are lined with organic cotton and filled with kapok from the rainforest in Malaysia.

Relax and Rejuvenate with the Spa Capsule

A gizmo with an LCD panel showing preset programs, adjustable steam therapy, infrared therapy, 14 Vichy shower heads, a cooling face breeze, aromatherapy reservoir, music facility and capsule remote control. What am I talking about?

The Spa Capsule.

Robots to Cut Through Crowds Faster, Nimbler

Whoa, can that robot move, or what?! Robots with the capacity to more efficiently conduct critical surveillance operations are now a reality courtesy GeckoSystems, an Atlanta, Georgia-based firm in the growing Mobile Service Robot space.

Site Announcements - April 22, 2008

We have some happy news to share. Another writer is joining our blogging team.

Ian Palmer is a full-time freelance writer who focuses primarily on the technology and business realms. He also has a keen interest on developments in the spy and surveillance space, and would like to share these developments -- as they unfold -- with others who are interested in this topic. To all those who want to be kept abrest of all that is new and exciting in the world of spy and surveillance technology, he recommends bookmarking his blog. InventorSpot.com Team

Elounda Beach- A Piece of Paradise

In life's most stressful moments, if you've ever tried to close your eyes and imagine a peaceful, luxurious place where the only thing more blue than the sky is the sea, this might help. Elounda Beach is the kind of destination you expect Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes to jet off to. It's on the Greek island of Crete, home to some of the world's leading hotels. And now it can be your home, too.

Low Carbon Diet Helps You Save The Earth!

This Earth Day, Bon Appetit proposed a challenge to every one of us to reduce our carbon "foodprints" by 25 percent, because just our foodprints -- all the energy it takes to grow, process, transport and prepare food -- are responsible for ONE-THIRD of all global greenhouse gas emissions. Bon Appetit is serious about its challenge and it has started its campaign by giving us some help: a Low Carbon Diet calculator!