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The History of Father's Day

Many of us have grown up celebrating Father's Day: giving Dad a card, making him breakfast or creating something handmade in school. But when did all this start? Let's look at the invention story of Father's Day.

G.R.I.P. Introduces New Hybrid Golf Clubs

The competition between golf equipment brands can be compared to high school cliques; not a single soul says anything, but hatred is floating in the air. Golf brands are constantly trying to outdo each other by creating the "ultimate piece of golf equipment". Some have failed, some have had success, and some, like Golf Research In Play (G.R.I.P.), are setting standards.

Bring Home Harmony With a Weekend Zen Garden

Got a yen for Zen? We're talking about the garden-variety type here; a little piece of heaven just steps from your back door. Though the art of Japanese gardening is many centuries old, in just one weekend you can create a reasonable facsimile of a classic temple garden in a secluded corner of your yard. It requires a minimum of materials, not much money and best of all, needs very little maintenance.

iPhone 3G - Is it Worth the Upgrade?

Apple's CEO Steve Jobs announced the arrival of the iPhone 3G at yesterday's keynote address of WWDC '08. Do the new features translate into an automatic upgrade for current iPhone users? Read on for more details and you decide!

Bored With Your Old Hobby? Create Your Own Deer Butt Art

We’ve all seen the movie Bambi, right? Well here is some art that will make you think twice about that cute little deer you saw prancing around on your television. Get ready for some deer butt art.

Weird Rice Bag Babies Go Against the Grain

One famous tradition when celebrating the birth of a new baby calls for the handing out of cigars. Things are different in Japan... a specialty gifts company called Yoshimaya suggests you share your joy by giving family & friends personalized bags of rice which feature your new baby's face - and exactly match his or her weight.

Engineers Build First Self-Replicating 3D Machine

As biologists are busy working on cloning living organisms, engineers are working on a mechanical counterpart - creating non-living things that can replicate themselves.

Fashionably Scientific Butterfly Dress

Wouldn't it be great if clothes could function as an ice-breaker and literally invite a conversation - or better yet - instigate one?

The Butterfly Dress does just that.

Scary Street Art for the Unsuspecting Public

Mark Jenkins is an American artist specializing in street installations. He has created many projects and is mostly known for his work created with clear packing tape.

Green Up Your Home with a Solar Plant

A new type of solar cell technology using organic thin-film solar cells with a clear plastic protective coating is allowing environmental engineers to design imitation houseplants that are green - in more ways than one!

DIY: Make Your Own Shoes

If you belong to the multitude that is sick of overpriced shoes and or wants some that are more personalized Mary Wales Loomis ' book might be for you.The 87-page book contains 81 professional, detailed illustrations,  for making the perfect shoes.

Obama - A Town in Japan That Banks on Barack

As the 2008 Barack Obama vs. John McCain presidential race swings into high gear, a sleepy town in Japan is playing the Obama card for all it's worth - and why not, since the town's name just happens to be "Obama".

Sky Trash Or Ads That Really Soar? Flogos!

Picture it - thousands of Mickey Mouse heads floating over Orlando, Florida. That is the plan for later this month when Walt Disney Co. uses a new invention to promote Disney World. Now picture the Nike logo or the Apple Logo or even your logo taking to the air soon. How? Flogos!

Be A Princess Bride With Disney Gowns

Each gown is different, keeping in focus the princesses they are modeled on. Though the designs based on the theme of fairy princesses, yet they are fashionably modern.

A fashion innovation where dreams meet reality.


Pet Hair Handbags

The Catty Shack, LTD, offers hope for once hopeless pet hair. The innovative, ingenious and creative minds at this place have turned the unwanted into the coveted. Something that was destined to get trashed is again given a lease of life to become an object of beauty.


Intel® 2008 Awards: Teen Winners Make Amazing Contributions To Their Fields!

The three young women who won top awards for their "science projects" for the 2008 Intel® Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) each won $50,000 scholarships from the Intel Foundation as part of their awards. They are already at the level of Eve Curie! Take a look at their "science projects!"

3-D Human Wallpaper Body Art

Artist Emma Hack creates beautiful designs that blend her models into their surroundings.

Seven Innovations in Coffee History

The invention of coffee isn't credited to a single person or time. However, since the realization that consuming coffee beans makes people energized and happy, there have been a series of historical innovations that we couldn't imagine living without today.

Armpit Shirt - Innovative Fashion or ?

Now what this innovative man did was make a polo shirt entirely of patches of armpit stains collected by the Manhattan Salvation Army.

Let's Bible! - The Good Book Goes Wild, Manga Style

Jesus Christ, the Devil and Judas... you'll find them all in a VERY weird manga called "Let's Bible" though Jesus sports an unexpected, VERY extreme makeover seemingly inspired by Pamela Anderson.