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IKEA Finally Brought To Nashville With ModerNash’s Convenient Delivery

ModerNash creates a smart business idea, by using someone else's to make their own. IKEA, inarguably, is one of the most popular, affordable furniture distributors around the globe. But, because locations are lacking in some regions of the United States, ModerNash offers a delivery service of their products, with no actual partnership with the company.

Making a Cyborg Brain

Researchers are making new advances in Nano brains.

Motor-Driven Ice Cream Scooper: Great Idea?

Patent# US 6840754, also known as the Motor-Driven Ice Cream Scooper, entered the world in 2005. Designed for the lazy of both heart and mind, this invention facilitates the handling of frozen ice-cream as if it were a third hand emanating from the user’s chest. Read on, no matter how you may feel about extra body parts.

China's Solar Cell Industry: A Sunny Forecast?

While experiencing a period of stable and rapid growth over the last few years, China’s solar cell industry like so many others affected by this year’s global financial crisis, is now going through a difficult time. What’s in the forecast for 2009? Read on and reach for the sun as well as the sky.

DK Travel Gets It Right With Personalized, Custom Travel Guides

I recently wrote about Offbeat Guides, which fell a bit flat on our expectations of customization. But now Dorling Kindersley Travel gets in right by bringing personalization to their custom travel guides.

Single And Lovin' It! Another Coffee Company Establishes A Lifestyle

Coffee lovers are feeling the need to be single... at least at their coffee machines. And there's one company in particular that's driving the the single-cup lifestyle. This company makes an automatic single-cup coffee maker (the "razor") and a patented package for the coffee it brews (the "razor blades").

Toothbrush With Enclosed Electronic Game: Great Idea?

Patent# US 6850167 also known as the Brushing Behavior Reinforcement Toothbrush and Enclosed Electronic Game Switch with Grid may or may not be just what the dentist ordered. It’s a reward system for brushing effectively but all in all, that doesn’t change the fact that this is one silly invention.

Methodizaz: Stalkerazzi Services Turn Artistic

Sometimes the best photos of people are the ones where they're acting naturally instead of posing. Methodizaz is a photography company that bases its concept on this motto, and takes your photo when you're least expecting it.

Equality For The Butt: The Balance Chair

I think most of us have some inequalities in our sidedness. For example, my left leg is stronger than my right leg, and my right arm is stronger than my left arm. I can see close better with my right eye... and so on. But honestly, untill now, I never thought about the strength of my right butt cheek versus my left butt cheek.

'Element Girls' Pretty Up the Periodic Table

Chemistry can be a tough subject for students more interested in games and girls, which makes "The Periodic Table: Learning Basic Chemistry through Moe" a bright idea indeed. Which element do you love the moe-st?

Marxist Manga Puts the Commie Back in Comics

With capitalism taking it on the chin of late, will communism prove to be fertile fodder for the downtrodden masses? Maybe so - a new, fictionalized manga version of Marx's "Das Kapital" is a hit in Japan today... tomorrow the world!

Sun’s Secrets Explored: New Russian Satellite

A new Russian satellite specifically constructed to observe the sun’s x-ray and gamma radiation will soon be joining two other satellites already in space. Scientists believe this latest technology will reveal a side to the sun they’ve never seen before. Read all about this innovation and this time, you can leave your sun block at home.

Trapping Cow Belches: Great Idea?

Patent# US 6982161 is an odd little baby indeed. Entitled: A Process for the Utilization of Ruminant Animal Methane Emissions, one can only speculate as to exactly where the creative process is headed if this is an example of someone’s brain child. Read on and be amazed at what some people will pay money to produce.

Chinese Innovations in Foreign Countries Thwarted by Red Tape

A draft amendment to China’s patent law is hindering the creativity of Chinese inventors living abroad by making it difficult to legalize the idea without much red tape. Read on and… keep your ideas to yourself.

Pomme Bebe Opens An Organic Baby Food Bar in Newport Beach

Pomme Bebe takes the baby food industry to a whole new level by offering a sample tasting bar of their organic, green baby food and providing home delivery from their online store.

Bath Bombs Turn Your Hot Bath Into a Deep Fryer

Shouldn't every bath time be a Happy Bath Time? Wizland thinks so, and to ensure there are more bubbles than troubles, offers up bath bombs which reveal Fried Foods and Sweet Donuts. Mmm, donuts...

Try to Jaywalk Across This Street Art

Roadsworth is a street artist that stencils drawings on pavement and has also gotten arrested for his works of art.

Caffeine Produces Better Results in Men

A new study has shown that caffeine gets to work in as little as ten minutes and also has a greater effect on men.

Status and Sex Brought To The Greens With Eye Candy Caddies

For some people, golf is a status symbol. They join the most prestigious clubs, play the top courses and buy only the best gear. Now, a UK based business called Eye Candy Caddies takes this to the next level by providing young, attractive, female caddies to assist with or distract you from your golf game.


World's Smallest RC Hovercraft Really Blows!

Hovercraft are cool; personal ones are even cooler. Now Japan's Takara Tomy has introduced the Hover-Q: a miniaturized, radio controlled personal hovercraft that blows away the competition!