Makers

Neil Patel, Forbes Top 10 Marketer and NY Times Best Selling Author Answered Feb 6 There are plenty and I’ve tested many. Not only will these put you on a better path for the rest of the year, but they’ll position you for success once the new year begins. Here are the top 10 tools […]

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Josh Malone, the inventor of Bunch O Balloons, won a $12.3 million judgement against Telebrands’ recently. Josh’s patents were challenged at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and were found to be invalid. However, the Eastern District of Texas found that the patents were valid and also found Telebrands’ and others had willfully infringed […]

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By Gene Quinn & Renee C. Quinn Dec 24, 2017 Christmas 2017 is upon us! Children worldwide will soon be comfortably tucked into their beds as they anxiously await the arrival of Santa Claus (a.k.a. Kris Kingle). This is a great time of the year to be young, or at least young at heart! Several […]

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Actress Cobie Smulders Teams Up with Frito-Lay Variety Packs to Inspire Families to “Dreamvent” Together for $250,000 Grand Prize Frito-Lay Partners with STEM-Focused Museums to Offer Free Admission and Help Spark Creativity PLANO, Texas, Dec. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Families that play together can invent together. Frito-Lay Variety Packs, one of the flagship brands from PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay […]

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Brothers gain success with childhood invention sold in Lehigh Valley Dylan and Logan Fech test out “QB54.” Michael Silva of South Brunswick, NJ and Frank Silva, of Cummings, Georgia, invented “QB54” or “Quarterback 54.” The game, similar to football, is sold at Bed, Bath and Beyond in Bethlehem and Whitehall townships.

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By Tony Pipitone One emotionally disabled 25-year-old New York farmer dreamed up Socially Accepted, a social networking site for people like him or others with Downs syndrome and autism to find friends. Another North Carolina man thought he invented a device, Teddy’s Ballie Bumpers, to prevent toys from rolling too far under sofas and other […]

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The article “5 Ways the Maker Movement can help catalyze a manufacturing renaissance” calls for leaders to “embrace the Maker Movement as a deeply American source of decentralized creativity for rebuilding America’s thinning manufacturing ecosystems.” Mark Muro of the Brookings Institution and Peter Hirshberg, co-author with me of the Maker City guide, are co-authors of […]

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