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A Japanese team has created an amazing system to move objects in three-dimensional space using only sound waves. See it in action on Bizopy.
Mystery shopping is actually a real thing. Who'd have thought it?
Did you know that every day I send out more than 20,000 emails? If you’ve never tried to do that by hand you have no idea the kinds of headaches it can cause. First, you can’t just paste all of the email addresses in the Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) field. GMail, and probably every other […]
My favorite accidental startup story involves a Lockheed project manager in the 1960s who was going to night school to get his MBA. He sent out snail mail questionnaire that was so poorly written that he accidentally created the Great Atlantic Lobster Company. Briefly, for an MBA homework assignment, the student wrote 100 restaurants in […]
Chen Guangbiao is a Chinese billionaire, famous most recently for attempting to buy the New York Times, has an excellent business card. I wonder how it compares to this guy’s?
Although it has a genetic component, most believe that perfect pitch — or absolute pitch — is a primarily a function of early life exposure and training in music, says Takao Hensch, professor of molecular and cellular biology at Harvard. Hensch is studying a drug which might allow adults to learn perfect pitch by re-creating […]
It seems that con artists, for all their vices, represent many of the virtues that Americans aspire to. Con artists are independent and typically self-made. They don’t have to kowtow to a boss—no small thing in a country in which people have always longed to strike out on their own. They succeed or fail based […]
photo credit: jeffmcneill Although Google might not like it, this is an interesting business card idea.
St. Augustine Record: For Craig Van Horn, the conundrum of trying to stomach something with proven health benefits but not the most appealing taste has turned into a business opportunity. Van Horn and his partners launched a company called Unbeetable that sells a drink made predominantly of beetroot juice — a substance that excites the […]
John Rowe’s company Island Abbey Foods sells an entire lineup of freeze-dried honey products. Like many honey lovers, he found himself wishing one of?
Seeking Alpha: I believe it is because Herbalife’s true customers are those in need of hope, primarily for a “business opportunity”, and less so?
This profile of the 75-year old chocolate chip cookie is delectable: Unlike the anonymous inventors of such American staples as the hot dog, the?
There’s definitely a stigma against failure — so much so that many people are held back by fear of it — but even Bill?
According to David Burd, president of The Naming Company in East Stroudsburg, Pa., it’s common for new entrepreneurs to try to convey too much?
Jennifer Tribe: Quite simply, an information product is any chunk of knowledge that has been recorded in some fashion – whether that be in?
Work at Home Business Opportunities: How To Start A Home Based Business Related To Wedding Planning.
InventorSpot.com: Attention Helicopter Parents, your child could be at risk in the “safety” of their own home! The perpetrators: every single door of every?
A reader wrote: My partner and I have a great Facebook page and a (relatively) popular (in our niche) Twitter account. But we don’t?
I have always been a conscientious and wise consumer. Personally, I don’t believe in the slogan that says, “Customer is always right.” And I?