Author: Reid Creager

Frustration Unlatched

It’s frustrating enough when we struggle with a seat belt buckle during those occasional times on a plane. But opening a car seat buckle is something many parents do virtually every day.

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Fortunate Misstep

It was 1943. Richard James, a naval engineer, was trying to develop a meter for measuring horsepower on naval battleships. During his work with tension springs, one of them fell from a shelf to the floor. The spring didn’t stop moving when it landed, briefly “walking” along the floor. An idea for a children’s toy was soon put into motion.

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