Author: Reid Creager

Flop Stop

The curator of the Museum of Failure is an expert on the subject as a licensed psychologist and PhD in Organizational Psychology who has given many international speeches on the subject.

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A Tale of Twists

In 1932, Thompson applied for the patent rights on a “Screw” (U.S. Patent No. 1,908,080) with a “cruciform groove” and a matching “Screw driver” (U.S. Patent No. 1,908,081). He is still listed as the inventor on both applications, both of which were granted the following year. But Thompson’s attempts to sell his design to screw manufacturers yielded frustrating results. 

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Making Practice More Perfect

Although there have been other sports training devices that provide user feedback, the E-Sports Trainer’s prominent and distinguishing feature is the Chip On-Board technology that allows the product to speak different many different phrases and talk to the user in seven different languages—English, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, German, French, Italian and Russian—while correcting him or her in real time.

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Campy Pioneer

The Clapper was an early home automation innovation almost a half-century ago. Just plug it into any standard wall outlet and clap twice to turn a lamp on or off. Clap three times to turn off the TV.

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