DailyDirt: Wacky Inventions and Inventors...

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Inventions aim to improve anything and everything. So there are a lot of pretty trivial inventions out there, but every so often there are some really cool things, too. Here are just a few quick links about inventions and inventors. By the way, StumbleUpon can recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.


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    Pixelation, Aug 5th, 2011 @ 6:28pm

    "It seems a bit presumptuous to call someone (other than Necessity?) a 'master' of invention."

    That depends upon your definition of master. I think people conflate being a master with someone who knows everything about a subject. I would say a 'master" of invention is someone who understands invention, understands the language of invention and is able to invent. I would also say there are many levels of mastery.

     

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    Pixelation, Aug 6th, 2011 @ 5:09am

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    ...and what a cool job!

     

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    shawnhcorey (profile), Aug 6th, 2011 @ 8:07am

    @goo picker upper: I remember reading about a proposed hospital gurney that was similar but used two sheets, one on top for the patient and another on the bottom so it wouldn't foul in the bed sheets. Since both sheets came out of the middle of the device at the same rate, they wouldn't foul with each other either.

     

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    smithhogg (profile), Aug 6th, 2011 @ 12:59pm

    i wish you success in your project. we can learn a lot from your experiment. i hope to encourage my students to follow a similar endeavor.It helps people during research. your post is one of the same for blog readers.

     

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