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Gadget Trouble

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Pitfalls of Product Invention A  meat probe allows a home chef to moniter cooking temperature to avoid serving undercooked or dried, tough, overcooked food. However, when the PBS program America’s Test Kitchen reviewed different brands of thermometers on the market, … Continue reading

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Turkey Soda & Spanx

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Strange New Product Ideas When Peter van Stolk decided that he wanted to develop a line of sodas that tasted like holiday meals, the idea didn’t meet with a lot of enthusiasm from friends who thought the idea was nuts. … Continue reading

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TechShop San Francisco

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Invention Workshop for Do-It-Yourselfers TechShop states that their program is for everyone, regardless of their skill level. I’m not so sure about that. If you’ve ever watched Tim Allen’s Home Improvement, or Bill Cosby’s character, Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable, happily strap … Continue reading

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Hail Caesar

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Cocktails Anyone? Whether you drink or not, there are useful take-away lessons illustrated by a Canadian product manufactured in Manitoba. It’s Caesar’s cocktail drink packets. Transplanted Canadians know that ordering their favorite cocktail outside of their mother country is a … Continue reading

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