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Joost How You Like It


Joost (pronounced “juiced”) is breaking the rules – it’s pushing the boundaries of how we watch TV, so we’ll get outside our dens and bedrooms and into the wider world. How so? According to Joost’s founders they’ve created the next big thing in home entertainment: Internet TV. Since these same men also created Kazaa, one of the pioneering popular music sharing web sites, and the free Internet telephone system, Skype, people are taking this latest announcement seriously.
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Rockabye and Recycle


Our Guest Blogger, Mia Levine, was a web content writer and creative talent with over ten years experience within the high tech industry. Two children later, her focus has changed. She now spends her time finding new and innovative products that are fascinating and fun to both parents and kids. She likes products that are natural, environmentally friendly, and toxic-free.

Here's her article for the readers of AmericanInventorSpot.com:

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With all the press lately about the dangers of plastics, I've wondered a lot about what harm my kids have incurred as the result of having plastic around the house.
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Green Gift Guide for Lovers


Just because the holidays are over doesn't mean the gift giving is over. Between birthdays, Valentine's Day, anniversaries, weddings, baby showers, bridal showers, and everything else in between, there are a bunch of green gifts you can still share with your friends and families. Don't worry, it isn't all pricey. These gifts come in all shapes and prices. I've placed the items under generalized categories, but that doesn't mean they can't belong anywhere else.

Because we are only a few days away from Valentine's Day I've decided to begin with a list of seven eco-friendly gifts couples can use to celebrate this day of love. Why Seven? Seven is a lucky number and with these gifts, you may get lucky read more »

Playboy Beach Towel: Inventive Marketing


I decided to try from time to time to post what I think are ingenious ways to market products.

My first pick is this terrific Beach Towel from Playboy.


Here are the stats from Ads of the World:

Agency: Grey, Argentina, Buenos Aires
Creative Director: Pablo Gil, Sebastian Garin, Alejandro Iglesias
Copywriter: Dauquen Chabeldin, Martin Dofou
Art Director: Diego Rubio, Cristian Feichtenslager

What do you think?
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Best Video Games To Play in 2007


New Year's Ball in New YorkNew Year's Ball in New YorkThe year 2006 was an interesting year for many people in the United States. To celebrate this, I sat down and thought of all the different kinds of entertainment mediums that people use to have some fun in their lives. Since my specialty comes from video games, I put together a list of the best video games of 2006.
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Cute Animals are in the Bag


Our Guest Blogger, Mia Levine, was a web content writer and creative talent with over ten years experience within the high tech industry. Two children later, her focus has changed. She now spends her time finding new and innovative products that are fascinating and fun to both parents and kids. She likes products that are natural, environmentally friendly, and toxic-free.

Here's her article for the readers of AmericanInventorSpot.com:

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Who Says Refrigerators Can't Be Cool?


Tis the season for holiday leftovers! Chances are, your refrigerator has been getting some extra use over the last 5-6 weeks, as the leftover Thanksgiving turkey and mashed potatoes gave way to Christmas ham and yule log (what is yule log, anyway?). You probably didn’t notice your refrigerator working extra hard because, frankly, your refrigerator probably doesn’t get noticed much at all. That's all about to change with the latest from the refrigeration industry, where cool isn't an attitude, it's a dial setting.
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The Wackiest Products To Keep You Cooking

In the past few weeks, I have created a whole series of articles on different types of Wacky Products, but I have to say that this one is my favorites.

Here is what I think are 13 of the Wackiest Products for Your Kitchen to Help Keep You Cooking, with choice quotes from vendors selling these products:

Get Paid to Be Green


As much as many of us hate to admit, money is important to us and it helps motivate us to do things that we would otherwise not normally do. A garbage-man, for example, very likely didn't pick his career out of the desire to keep the streets clean. He needed a job to make money. What does money do? Money helps us pay our bills. It helps keep roofs over our heads and food on our tables. It gives us luxuries we would not normally have without it and, in a materialistic way, money really does make us happier people. So why not pay money to motivate us to recycle more?
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PLAYSTATION 3: All Hype or the Real Deal


Since I missed out on getting the PLAYSTATION 3 at launch, I figured I wouldn’t be able to get my hands on one until at least March of next year. Entering my local GameStop, however, led me to the surprising purchase of a PLAYSTATION 3.

Here are my first impressions of Sony’s brand new console (with EXCLUSIVE photos), the PLAYSTATION 3! read more »