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Every time I write one of the Have Money to Burn articles, I am amazed at what I find. I scour around to find something to shock the lay person. And, every week, I manage to find something. This time it is a set of diamond and ruby studded wheel rims.
The Spindra Photo Box has a built in album on the lid which can hold five 2inch x2inch pictures.
So you have a quaint and stylish box as well as a display area for your favorite moments.
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Here's an inventive ad program to increase breast cancer awareness with Boob Rings:
What do you think?
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So all your neighbors are buying High Definition TVs, or maybe you just bought one yourself. But are you actually watching it in hi-def? A recent survey reveals that half of the houses with HDTVs aren't actually watching HD signals, and half of those people don't even know it! With any emerging technology comes opportunities for enterprising minds, and our latest new idea is filling the growing gap in the world of HD entertainment. read more »
Yes, I know, "There's no such thing as the perfect trademark search." That's the favorite caveat of every searcher and trademark attorney (just in case they flub-up). But you and/or your professional search team have done the most thorough trademark search you could do... The time has come. File that trademark application!
I hope that the actual filing will not be anticlimactic for you, because the Trademark Office has made applying so easy with the new TEAS Plus application.
Still, I have a few tips to make it even smoother.... read more »
The shelf is so designed that once you fold a towel and place on it, the shelf becomes invisible.
Keep stacking the towels.
People will wonder what is holding them up.
Apart from the enigma of the design, what I like most is the simple sleek lines and the functionality read more »
The auditions for American Inventor are scheduled to take place starting March 2007, in the following cities listed below:
LOS ANGELES – MARCH 18TH -
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA – 90015
PARKING: Los Angeles Convention Center (See above address) - Cost: $12 per day.
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Designed by Lupus Sabene, the Fabric Clock will redefine fashion.
You can keep customizing it to suit your mood.
The face of the clock has a piece of fabric that you can keep changing...blues for Monday, stripes for Tuesday... read more »
AMERICAN INVENTORS OPEN CALL AUDITION DATE FOR LOS ANGELES HAS CHANGED FROM MARCH 19 TH TO MARCH 18 TH . THE LOS ANGELES VENUE LOCATION IS:
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015 read more »
"Next Best Thing," from Peter Engel Prods. and New Wave Entertainment, will settle into its normal one-hour slot at 8 p.m. the following week, June 6.
That leads into the return of the reality contest "American Inventor," from FremantleMedia North America and Simon Cowell at 9.
The Canny Collar was voted the Best New Product for 2006 by the Pet Product Retail Association.
This revolutionary, yes, it is revolutionary innovation is made up of a simple collar with a slip line that fits over the dog's nose and a lead that fastens behind the dog's head. read more »
Reading from the About My Planet online green news, I came across a strange and funny picture of a person dressed in a Selk Bag. A Selk Bag is a wearable sleeping bag. read more »
A must-do on every child's list is to play with food. Spinach can transform into ‘yucky mush', peas into footballs, fries and ketchup into bloodied swords...WOWIE!
Who said food is meant to be eaten?
Definitely not a kid. read more »
How many times have you said mournfully, "I remember when I could open any jar." Or "When I was young I could lift 50 pounds with one hand" Or "Up until recently, I could eat anything I wanted and not gain weight?"
Wish you could turn your clock back?
You can. And not only that...
You can get highly personalized information about how to do it for free!
The Solar Keyhole Light is solar powered as the name suggests.
Small and compact it can be used to light up key holes, door handles or entrances.
No more fumbling in the dark, no dropping all the shopping, no putting down the baby while trying to open the door. read more »
Afraid of leaving your computer?
Kavita Mathur, our Guest Blogger, is a public relations professional in the field of Education with a passion for communicating. Taking a much deserved break from her career to bring up her two children, she has gone back to her first love-writing - in her free time. She wanted to share her love for cool gadgets with the readers of AmericanInventorSpot.com.
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Haven’t you always been irritated with nosy parkers whose main interest in the office is to poke and pry into your affairs? Leaving your cubicle becomes a major hassle as computer security can be a major concern. read more »